Here’s an AP story that ran in today’s WaPo entitled, “A Tamer Forecast for Storm Season.” It notes that there is likely to be a “slightly below average year” for hurricanes, with only five forecast, down from the original estimate of seven.
Of course, this flies in the face of all the global warming hysterics who have been screaming about the effect of their theory on hurricanes. It was a great story as long as there were lots of hurricanes, but when the hurricanes petered out, well, so did their theory.
Hurricane expert Max Mayfield has always said hurricanes were cyclical. Kinda like climate change.
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