Major Hurricanes Hit The US Half As Often As They Used To

President Obama says that hurricanes are getting worse and hitting the US more frequently, based on research done at the Choom Climatologial Institute.

NOAA data shows that major (category 3-5) hurricanes hit the US about half as often as they did eighty years ago. They used to hit the US about once per year, but now hit about once every other year. The last one to hit the US was hurricane Wilma in 2005.

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HURDAT Re-analysis Chronological List of All Hurricanes

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4 Responses to Major Hurricanes Hit The US Half As Often As They Used To

  1. Glacierman says:

    More CO2 = less hurricane strikes.

    Cause and effect.

  2. hyperzombie says:

    If the planet is warming up, and we are in the warmest decade eveh. Why haven’t we broken any continental max temp records since 1977? see here:
    Also check out the max wave height, Holy crap, over 90 ft waves, would have needed a very large barf bag on that day.

  3. tom0mason says:

    Can any of the climate, grant trough feeding, ‘scientist’ explain why this is so? No they are to busy cashing their Big Government money for being another voice in the climate catastrophists echo-chamber.

  4. John B., M.D. says:

    Cool, an actual hockey stick graph.

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