In the good old days, we always used to have exactly the right amount of major hurricanes, floods, storm surges, heat waves, cold snaps, F3-F5 tornadoes and forest fires every year.
Climate disruption has disrupted all of the previously undisrupted extreme weather we used to have before climate disruption disrupted the climate.
Today makes 3,281 days since the last major hurricane made landfall in the United States.
I keep asking the true believers at what CO2 concentration we could expect no hurricanes, tornadoes, floods or droughts but they tell me that lowering CO2 wouldn’t stop those things. I keep wondering how they know which ones are because of high CO2 levels and which ones aren’t.
I think we have been experiencing climate discombobulation
Remember, “the Earth has a fever“, which we have allegedly given it.
In other words, they are now openly referring to us as viruses.
No wonder they’ve been so pugilistic. Who wants to be friendly with a virus!?
Don’t you just miss those F-5 hurricanes? Oh for the good ole days.
No, and I don’t miss the tornadoes the Fujita scale measures either 😉