Plummeting October Temperatures In the US

Prior to 1964, October was a very warm month, but the frequency of warm and hot days has plummeted over the past century. The warmest October occurred in 1963, when Hurricane Flora dropped nearly 100 inches of rain on Cuba

Being a typical progressive, Fidel Castro raised taxes, and blamed the US for the bad weather and his own failed leadership.

22 Oct 1963, Page 1 – The Hays Daily News

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6 Responses to Plummeting October Temperatures In the US

  1. Rah says:

    Check out Joe Bastard’s daily update today. The MJO is nearly off the chart in zone 5. New record for October. Looks like we’re in for a very tough winter and this truck driver will be earning his pay the hard way the next few months the.

  2. Latitude says:

    When Castro took over Cuba…Cuba was more advanced than the US in many things….radar was one of those things

  3. Steven Fraser says:

    Santiago de Cuba got just over 100 inches of rainfall from that Hurricane. To put in perspective, TWICE what Harvey dumped on Houston.

  4. Brilliant inductive logic, and an indictment of parasitic fraud that is turning NASA and other organizations into State Science Institutes straight out of Atlas Shrugged.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Every time we get a garden variety summer storm, the alarmists tell us it is a one in a hundred year event. That storm in Cuba therefore must have been a one in a billion year event. Could you imagine the squealing of alarmists and the media if that happened today?

    Hurricanes do stall over land sometimes and when that happens, rainfall can be astronomical.

  6. Andy DC says:

    When Camille went through Virginia, after clobbering Mississippi in 1969, it caused catastrophic flooding. Some places received 30 inches is six hours. Imagine how much rain there would have been if it had stalled!

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