US Hurricane Strikes Are At An All-Time Low

In the 1880’s the US averaged more than two hurricane strikes per year, but now there are less than one per year.. Experts predicted the exact opposite.

ScreenHunter_6911 Feb. 07 20.03 HURDAT Re-analysis Chronological List of All Hurricanes

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8 Responses to US Hurricane Strikes Are At An All-Time Low

  1. Eliza says:

    I dont believe you goddard!!! Just a joke hahahah. When are we going to nail these lying bastards?

  2. rah says:

    Well NOAA’s Hurricane Center showed they can learn. They were embarrassed by way over estimating the storms in 2013 . In 2014 they lowered their “forecast” was down and did a lot better. Still, I think a blind folded Monkey throwing a dart at a dart board would be about as accurate as they are.

    Which brings me to a question. Does Weatherbell do a seasonal forecast for Hurricanes?

  3. SMS says:

    The only way NOAA has been able to scare people about hurricanes is to change how the count is accomplished. They start by using satellite data to count all hurricanes forming and not those that hit the coast of the US. Then NOAA names storms before they reach hurricane wind speeds. And finally, give every weather event a name no matter where it shows up in the Atlantic.

    NOAA continues to reform the way it counts hurricanes/storms to keep the number high and continues to be very fast and loose with the truth.

    • NielsZoo says:

      As usual with these clowns it’s not about the science it’s about scary labels. I’m guessing that by 2016 they’ll be naming and counting tropical invests as “named storms.”

  4. Dave N says:

    Alarmist: “CAGW means more hurricanes!! I mean fewer hurricanes!! Dammit, I forget; what is it again this week??”

  5. gator69 says:

    Yes, but clouds with names are on the increase.

  6. Andy DC says:

    Any time there is a squall in the Atlantic with 30 kt winds, they name is, even with no closed circulation.

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