Extreme Weather Is Becoming Much Less Common In The US

Over the past century, the frequency of both very hot and very cold days has plummeted in the US. 

The frequency of US hurricane strikes peaked below 300 PPM CO2, and have been declining as CO2 has increased.

HURDAT Re-analysis

Droughts are becoming less common and severe in the US.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

All of the key data from NOAA shows that the US climate is becoming milder as CO2 increases. Why do government climate scientists ignore their own data, and instead parrot the official lies of the Democratic Party?

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31 Responses to Extreme Weather Is Becoming Much Less Common In The US

  1. Nicholas Schroeder says:

    Follow the money and power.
    Hasn’t that been the case for thousands of years?

  2. Rah says:

    After quite a few muted tornado seasons this one is above the average. And after 11 years with no major hurricanes striking the shores of the lower 48 conditions are looking ever more conducive for an active season. If I had to bet, I would bet on our streek ending this season. Obviously weather patterns have changed and we’re probably in for a mutiyear period of stormy weather just like this of us that didn’t fall off the turnip truck remember it has been in the past.

    • R Shearer says:

      50% chance that it’s worse than average.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Hey R Shearer! 50%? Only if the game stays honest. Today’s self proclaimed “climate scientists” can adjust the numbers until the average is wherever they want it.

        Personally, I think Rah is probably right. We have had a long streak of blessedly kind weather, but as more cooling kicks in I expect things to get nasty again.

        • R Shearer says:

          I agree with you. There are more cycles in nature than you can shake a stick at, but a lot of straight line fitting of the data is being used to describe it.

      • RAH says:

        Betting red or Black on a roulette wheel that has so many numbers that nobody can account for them all makes a lot more sense than betting on the green 00 or a particular set of numbers which is what many “climate scientists” have been doing for decades now.

  3. Nicholas Schroeder says:

    Look at this morning’s Denver Post story about CU football, domestic violence and Kizler’s comments on MacIntyre.
    People is people.

  4. Laura says:

    50% chance of worse than average if it’s a symmetric distribution

  5. Stewart Pid says:

    Tony – off topic but thought u would love this one. Project cancelled because of too much ice but spun into climate change ;-)

    These folks are professional grade turd polishers!

  6. garyh845 says:

    Reminds me of the footnotes that Roger Pielke, Jr., pulled from Obama’s “2014 National Climate Assessment” and tweeted out:

    “There has been no universal trend in the overall extent of drought across the continental U.S. since 1900″

    “Other trends in severe storms, including the intensity & frequency of tornadoes, hail, and damaging thunderstorm winds, are uncertain”

    “lack of any clear trend in [hurricane] landfall frequency along the U.S. eastern and Gulf coasts”

    “when averaging over the entire contiguous U.S., there is no overall trend in flood magnitudes”

    Or, as Obama put it:

    ” . we also know that in a world that’s getting warmer than it used to be, all weather events are affected by it – more extreme droughts, floods, wildfires, and
    hurricanes. . .

    And Americans across the country are already paying the price of inaction in higher food costs, insurance premiums, and the tab for rebuilding.”

  7. Steven Sullivan says:

    The US is not the world, you incurable boobs. And the 1920s is a rather early to expect to see effects above noise anyway. The signal post ~1970 is the one to watch.

    But meeting you on your own ground: *average* temperatures across the USA *have* risen since the beginning of the 20th C, and the top 10 warmest years on record have all occurred since 1998. (That’s true globally too. )

    • tonyheller says:

      Where do these morons come from?

    • AndyG55 says:

      The ONLY way temperatures now are more than they were in the 1930.1940s is through massive fraudulent adjustments

      he RAW temperatures from long term stations say very much the opposite.

      Do you REALLY think this sort of data manipulation is “OK” in any sort of science??

      You want recent.. there is absolutely ZERO signature of CO2 warming in the whole 39 years of the satellite data. The only warming has come from local effects due to oceans particularly the 1998 El Nino , which caused a step response.

      Ocean effects are absolutely NOTHING to do with CO2.

  8. Kris Johanson says:

    It is the Democrat party. We don’t say Republicanist party, so it isn’t the Democrat-ic party, either.

    The mainline press is just the “unelected branch” of the American Left. The “elected branch” is known as the Democrat Party. The party hasn’t done very well at the polls lately, so the press (including its CAGW mouthpieces) has stepped in to try to rescue the whole agenda.

    The Press doesn’t have to “win” anything, because they haven’t “run” for anything. They don’t need to worry about veracity, because they invent the very narratives which they feed into, e.g. the World is ending because Trump nixed the Paris Accord and the TPP, Mrs. Clinton will win in a landslide, Hillary isn’t sick, a 6-point loss in Montana is actually a “win” for Democrats, and so forth.

    The mainline press also doesn’t need to worry about quality control, and being profitable, and all those usual things because they are funded by virtue-signaling billionaires (Bezos), international drug dealers (Slim), and Nazis – real Quisling Nazis, not made-up ones (Soros) – who explained on 60 minutes that turning-in his fellow countrymen to the Nazi killing machine was “the happiest year of my life”.

    • gator69 says:

      It is the Democrat party

      Something I have tried to explain to my television for many years now.

      • Rah says:

        Besides, they’re the LEAST democratic party as their last presidential primary clearly demonstrated and as they have demonstrated time and again as they have fought mightily to get military votes thrown out when it was their own officials that failed to comply with the law to provide absentee ballots in a timely manner. And let us not forget they lead the way in allowing noncitizens to vote there by disenfranchising the votes of legal citizens.

        • gator69 says:

          The left is infamous for using very positive labels to disguise very bad things. The best example is when they call themselves “Liberals”, absolutely nothing could be further from the truth.

        • Robertv says:

          If they could, 6 years old would get the right to vote. The 6 until 24age group is the biggest one to fall for the ‘free’ toys promise.

  9. ELC says:

    The media are agog because Pres. Trump called the mayor of a small island in the Chesapeake Bay to tell him not to worry about sea-level rise. I pointed out to Jake Tapper on Twitter that the NOAA tidal gauge in the same county shows sea level now is lower than it was in 2010 and had peaked in 1998.

    • garyh845 says:

      Chesapeake Bay has a subsidence problem. That combined with the little bit of naturally occurring SLR will indeed create issues for them there. They’d best plan on it and deal with it. Those who are making people believe that if only we reduce CO2 emissions, it will go away and it’ll be OK, are the greatest risk.

  10. Gator69 says:

    It appears that the party of party of peace, love, and inclusion has sponsored another shooting.

    Oh the irony…

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