Florida Hurricanes Becoming Much Less Common

Florida’s climate has greatly improved, with hurricanes occurring only half as often as they used to.  Hurricanes were much more common in Florida when CO2 was below 320 PPM. It is our moral imperative to never allow CO2 to drop below 400 PPM again.

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Florida was hit by three hurricanes in 1926, killing hundreds of people. One of the storms was a category 4 hurricane which destroyed Miami.

By contrast, it has now been almost 10 years since Florida was hit by a hurricane – the longest such period on record. It has also been almost 10 years since the US was hit by a major (category 3-5) hurricane.

23 Sep 1926 – THE FLORIDA DISASTER. TOLL OF THE HURRICANE. Mia…

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3 Responses to Florida Hurricanes Becoming Much Less Common

  1. Andy DC says:

    We only hear about bad weather news, never about good weather news, which has been plentiful lately.

    For the good old safe CO2 days, like 1900, when a hurricane killed 10,000 in Galveston or 1925, when a single tornado killed 700 without hitting a major city.

  2. rah says:

    Yea, it’s an old post I’m responding to but instead of going OT thought I would post this excellent article from the National Air & Space Museum website that gives a little history on tracking and studying Hurricanes and informs about the real science going on these days to try and understand how cyclogenesis works. Or IOW, trying to understand more exactly the conditions that must prevail at the water atmosphere interface for a hurricane to form .

    http://www.airspacemag.com/space/how-start-hurricane-180955982/

  3. rah says:

    I should have added it was good until the last few paragraphs which are warmist BS.

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