Hurricane Week Continued: The US Hurricane Drought

June 2, 2016

“Hurricanes are like bananas,” Former Hurricane hunter Jeff Masters told me not long ago, “..they come in bunches.”

For the last 10  years, following the remarkable season of 2005,  the mainland US has avoided impacts from a major, Category 3 or higher, hurricane.  Not likely that will last forever. I’m working on a new video that will discuss hurricanes in a warming world.
For now, see NASA above.
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2 Responses to “Hurricane Week Continued: The US Hurricane Drought”


  1. […] via Hurricane Week Continued: The US Hurricane Drought — Climate Denial Crock of the Week […]

  2. indy222 Says:

    hurricane drought…. I can live with that. But I wonder how well this fits with the Hansen prediction of Atlantic Superstorms, given the cold patch off Greenland is already established. I’d like to see the modellers take on that.


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