3014 Days Since The US Was Hit By A Major Hurricane

The last major (category 3-5) hurricane to hit the US was Wilma, on October 24, 2005. It has been 3,014 days since then, the longest major hurricane free period in US history.

CO2 producers should get a tax rebate for making America safe.

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4 Responses to 3014 Days Since The US Was Hit By A Major Hurricane

  1. Scott Scarborough says:

    Don’t forget the low tornado count and low wild fire count. The oil companies need special compensation for these benefits they bestowed upon us. Especially since, if it was the other way around, there would be those who would call for reparations.

  2. Bob Koss says:

    I guess 380 ppm was the tipping point which has kept major hurricanes away from the US.

  3. John Greenfraud says:

    Recent science article in AP mocking people who believe they can legislate the weather, might as well be mocking the global warming cult. I hope the writer cleared this with Al Gore.

    “The idea that floods are caused by sin is happily still alive among us,” he added, pointing out a local councilor in England who made headlines recently for saying Britain’s recent storms were caused by the legalization of gay marriage.”

  4. Andy Oz says:

    But but what about Sandy? Hansen sung so well about her.

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