1954 – Five Major Hurricanes Hit The US Within 14 Months

It has been eight years since the US was hit by a major hurricane, but back during the low CO2 years of 1954-1955 the US was hit by five major hurricanes within fourteen months.

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Gettysburg Times – Google News Archive Search

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The Deseret News – Google News Archive Search

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Spokane Daily Chronicle – Google News Archive Search

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Lakeland Ledger – Google News Archive Search

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The Telegraph – Google News Archive Search

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11 Responses to 1954 – Five Major Hurricanes Hit The US Within 14 Months

  1. Andy DC says:

    Could you only imagine the media hysteria and all out bed wetting there would be with alarmists if anything similar happened now? We have actually had a very tranquil spell of weather.

  2. Lance says:

    Stop the press!!! Thunderstorm out in the Atlantic….name it quickly!!

    • Andy DC says:

      Yes, if some drunken sailor reports a 30 kt. wind anywhere in the Atlantic and there is a cloud or two in the vicinity, that qualifies as a named storm.

  3. Don Allen says:

    If you go here: http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/tcfaq/E11.html

    A division of NOAA says we were hit by a major hurricane (must be Sandy) in 2012.

  4. BBReggie says:

    As an aside, during that time frame (1950s) industrial smokestacks were boiling out CO2, lots of homes were still heated with coal burning furnaces (both my grandparents houses to name two), and cars burned leaded gasoline. Long before there was a “green movement”, the CO2 levels were lower than today. Hmm ….

  5. Gamecock says:

    They stopped naming them all for girls. They got milder. Causation, or just correlation?

  6. NotAGolfer says:

    This collection of articles on past “climate change” are wonderful. You should organize them and publish them in a annotated book. On each double-page spread, take one example of today’s hype (i.e., the Boulder floods and all the media hyperbole) and juxtapose it against historical reality.

  7. gator69 says:

    If I have my choice, I would rather face a major hurricane, rather than a major hurrycon. The latter blows harder, lasts longer, and leaves no part of our once great country untouched.

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