U.S. Hurricane Strikes by Decade
The four busiest decades for major hurricane strikes in the US were the 1890s, 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
The US is currently experiencing the longest period without a major hurricane strike since the Civil War.
We would expect that a warming Arctic would lead to fewer and weaker hurricanes, because it weakens the Earth’s heat engine. Heat engines are driven by differences in temperature, and as the temperature difference between the pole and the equator decreases – so does the potential for storms.
Venus has a uniform hot temperature, and has no weather at all.
You are guilty of not using reverse logic like the “Real” climatologists use to get their Chicken Little results.
Whatever makes Logical sense you need to discard and promote the opposite result! 😉
In Florida, there were major hurricane strikes in 1944, 1945, 1947, 1949 and 1950. The last 7 years, zero!
Between 1953 and 1955, there were 7 hurricane strikes between NC and New England. That makes the 2 minimal hurricanes the last two years look pretty tame by comparison.