Do you remember the hurricane that made landfall onto North Carolina beaches this past July? Uh, no? Maybe August then? September-October-November? Yeah, me either. Wanna know why the mainstream media didn’t report any of those storms hammering the Carolina coast? Cause we had the quietest Hurricane season in 10 years.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — The Atlantic hurricane season ended Monday with barely a whimper: Not a single hurricane came ashore in the United States.
Since June, when the season began, just nine named storms developed. Only three of them became hurricanes, and those stayed out at sea or weakened before passing over land.
Two tropical storms made landfall in the U.S., causing little more than rain and some beach erosion.
It would seem that with a vanishing hockey stick, record cold and dampening of the powerful tropical storm season that we should finally be able to make some progress in combating the Climate Alarmists.
Prolly not, see, CO2 changes climate of which can appear all kinds of different symptoms. Including cooling and lessening of storms.