You can’t legislate the weather. You can’t prevent hurricanes. You can’t prevent tornadoes. You can’t prevent droughts. The forces behind bad weather are poorly understood, and unless you understand them, you certainly can’t even begin to consider controlling them.
Atmospheric models are largely useless more than 72 hours in the future. That gives a good feel for how limited human knowledge is.
In 1886, the US was hit by seven hurricanes, including two major hurricanes. CO2 was below 300 PPM at the time. Anyone who says that reducing CO2 will prevent hurricanes is an absolute raging moron (Bloomberg, Cuomo, Figueres, etc.)