Man Made Hurricane Seasons

There has been very little change in the number of hurricanes over the last 50 years, but the number of named storms has doubled.
 

Also the ratio of named storms to hurricanes has increased by nearly 50%. By naming more clouds, NOAA can declare a record hurricane season every year – even if there weren’t any hurricanes.

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5 Responses to Man Made Hurricane Seasons

  1. Eric Webb says:

    We almost got a name out of that little low pressure area that was NE of Bermuda a few days ago, and there’s no way we would have been able to detect that without the use of satellites.

  2. Andy DC says:

    The National Hurricane Center is bragging about their new hypersensitive detection equipment, so is there any wonder that there are more named storms? Any squall with winds of 30 mph is now under a microscope.

    • Eric Webb says:

      Last year’s tropical storm Jose was pitiful, and there is absolutely no way we would have named back then, or there’s no way it should have been named in the first place. Although we may have detected it because it passed right by Bermuda.

  3. ralphcramdo says:

    Was the tropical wave that came through Florida last week named?

  4. FundMe says:

    When it is pointed out to alarmists that the number of huricanes is decreasing their standard reply is that the number of storms will decrease but their intensity will increase. These figures should be used to hit them over the head time and time again. FNMOC long term forecast has no hurricanes developing for the remainder of July…I wonder if there has been a July sans a named storm in the Atlantic basin perhaps it is unprecedented. Whatever the fools forecast it is allways wrong, surely they should tire of making even bigger fools of themselves..
    Ps. I enjoy the site tnks

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