By Paul Homewood
I have filed a complaint against the BBC for their fake claims about hurricanes the other day.
In researching, I came across one of my posts from 2015, which is worth republishing. It shows just how much observations of Atlantic hurricanes have changed over the years.
Comparing The Hurricane Seasons Of 1933 And 2005
Further to my post earlier today on hurricane trends, Chris Landsea’s paper Counting Atlantic Tropical Cyclones Back to 1900 includes this track map which rather says it all.
Now, I wonder why there were no mid Atlantic hurricanes in 1933?
And just to ram the message home, we can see that there were even more landfalling storms in 1933 than 2005.
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January 3, 2018 at 01:06PM