The Missing Tornadoes

Toto’s career pulling back the curtain started 80 years ago, after a tornado transported him from black and white Kansas to colorful Oz.

He would have a more difficult time now getting his career launched, because tornadoes are once again at a record low.

Storm Prediction Center WCM Page

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12 Responses to The Missing Tornadoes

  1. arn says:

    First the hurricanes-now the tornadoes.
    They seem to be really climatophobic(new BS TM) and in denial.

  2. Stewart Pid says:

    A̶l̶a̶r̶m̶i̶s̶t̶s̶ Griff thinks Sharknado was a documentary.

    • Gator says:

      That would be no great surprise, considering that all those Chicken Little proselytes thought that An Inconvenient Truth was a documentary on Climte Change.

  3. lance says:

    The reason why they are at record lows, is because of the volcanic activity on Hawaii…perfect correlation… (sarc…. just in case…)

  4. Andy says:

    This is a good post on why things like tornadoes and hurricanes should not be used by people who support AGW as a proof that AGW is happening.

    Andy

    • paul courtney says:

      Andy: “Should not be”, but have been used. They will continue to do so, as long as the progressive press gives them cover instead of coverage. Just one example will do- remember a so-called science advisor (Holdren) proclaiming repeatedly that CA drought was due to climate change? Lotsa scary news reports, before a rain deluge killed the story. But the press did not and will not expose Hodren’s false (yea, falsified) meme. I live to see the day a reporter decides to expose the government fraud story of the century.

    • arn says:

      Well- the purpose of rebranding AGW into climate change was exactly
      to use anomalies as hurricanes and tornados as proo&fear-machine.

      Because now any change will be used as ‘proof’ for climate change
      while before climate change only warming related things could be used as ‘proof’ so that they can cry wolf whenever something happens and be always right.

      (btw-imo one should at least expect more hurricanes as a warmer planet
      has more energy and a surplus of energy(in the water in this case) creates hurricanes.On the other hand it depends on how “good” the temperature get mixed and distributed(and climate gases and atmosphere harmonise and balance temperatures-the more of the the less peaks and lows while without atmosphere and climate gas(eg. moon) the temperatures rise and fall superfast because the rays do not have to
      pass through matter in a zig zag way but enter and leave without resistance)

    • RAH says:

      Everyone knows that “stronger hurricane” cat has long been out of the bag and will not be put back in it until the lying “scientists” Stefan Rahmstorf, Kerry Emanuel, Mike Mann and Jim Kossin who made up and support such fiction are dead or discredited.

      The willing press of course picked it up right away without questioning the claim in any way and it is now as engrained as the equally fictitious 97% consensus claim. Not only are the alarmists still supporting that fiction they are doubling down on it by claiming that hurricanes are moving more slowly than they used to and thus are potentially more damaging.

      I loved it when little Mikey Mann came out of his trench and claimed that hurricane Harvey dumped it’s rain on the Houston area due to a weather pattern caused by climate change then Joe Bastardi and Dr. Roy Spencer, both of which have degrees in meteorology (Mann does not) just demolished Mann’s claim.

  5. RAH says:

    It is also most likely going to be a year of missing Atlantic Hurricanes defying several of the 1st prognostications about it being about average. But strong potential for development in the Pacific off the Mexican coast and in the far east of the Orient off the China and Philippine coasts. Joe Bastardi seems to think that Japan could be slammed this year by possibly up to five Typhoons coming up from the south out of the vicinity of the Philippine sea.

    • RAH says:

      I need to clarify for the challenged. I’m not saying the US won’t get hit. I am saying that conditions for development in the MDR are poor due to near record low SSTs off the African coast. The possibility for close in development to the US is still there.

  6. misanthropicMarc says:

    And yet, people continue to promulgate lies about “more wild swings in drought, rains, [name your weather-related calamity]”

  7. RAH says:

    Take a look now!

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