Hurricane Quiz

Your task is to identify which one was caused by President Trump.

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40 Responses to Hurricane Quiz

  1. Andy says:

    Zero, though that does remind me of his hair walking down the steps of Airforce 1

    Great picture by the way

    I wonder what hurricane has traveled furthest inland whilst still being at hurricane strength? I am in a posting mood tonight for some reason, shame no Arctic posts Tony, now that’s proper science, not these bits of air moving about willy nilly.

    Andy

    PS ACE for Florent is quite high, but Mangkhut will blast past it soon, now Chinese mainland might actually have some large scale damage there, depending where it hits, the population is localised.

    http://wx.graphics/tropical/

    Interesting that the current ACE year to date record is so high, it had not struck me as a particularly strong hurricane season. Will be interesting to see how it pans out. It certainly is no 2005 though. I might send those graphs to that made CNN woman who shrieks hurricanes are due to climate change and never existed before man started burning coal.

  2. Gator says:

    All of them! The tracks are emulating his hair!

  3. David Reich says:

    Obviously, all the orange ones.

    • Rob Manzoni says:

      Looking at the track images [https://realclimatescience.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/DnEQKLeVAAACHGx.jpg],

      I’d predict that the Dems would say they were ALL Trump’s fault!
      The reason? Those tracks (especially those on the Atlantic side) look suspiciously like Mr Trump’s hairstyle after he’s visited the Hurricane. It MUST be his fault…

  4. RAH says:

    Another question. How many of the 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico claimed to have resulted from Maria, is Trump responsible for?

  5. Michael Peinsipp says:

    The redbluegreen one! Uh no…it’s the other one not that one! Oh I got it…only the ones that hit land! I win!!!

  6. The ones that go all the way to Russia, clearly.

  7. AndyDC says:

    Gracie in 1959 and Helene in 1958 produced much higher winds at land stations. Not even close with Hazel in 1954.

    • AndyDC says:

      The returns are now coming in and it now appears that Florence might end up being the most overblow fake news media circus in history.

      Wilmington, NC was definitely in the eyewall when Florence made landfall. Highest sustained wind was 66 mph and peak gust was 92 mph. Rainfall as of 5 PM totaled 3.64″.

      Myrtle Beach near the center of the storm at 5 PM had a highest sustained wind of 43 mph and a peak gust of 59 mph. Rainfall also 3.64″

      Florence, SC along I-95 in NE South Carolina had highest sustained winds of 43 mph and a peak gust of 54 mph. At total of .24″ of rain.

      Hatteras, NC on the Outer Banks had highest sustained wind of 41 mph and a peak wind of 53 mph. A stupendous total of .15″ rainfall.

      Lumberton, NC inland in SE North Carolina had sustained winds of 43 mph
      and peak gust of 62 mph. Rainfall total of 1.64″.

      Does not exactly sound like the catastrophic 140 mph winds and the 40″ rainfalls that were predicted!

      Inland flooding is still possible, as it has been with every slow moving tropical system since the beginning of time.

      I hate seeing every garden variety weather event being politicized by those on the left, as the ‘worst ever!” I hope this fiasco comes back to bite them on the butt come November.

  8. Disillusioned says:

    It’s the wispy orange-tinted one.

  9. arn says:

    100% The right one
    as it is shaped like his aircut and he is always right but
    not left :)

  10. Timo Soren says:

    CNN so desperate for weather porn:https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/hurricane-florence-dle/h_63c861650ce4e396b503db8ea16bf15b

    Florence so fierce it split CNN reporters line in two.

    “My cord just literally split in two.”

  11. Kenneth Allen says:

    On a somewhat different note from the The Economic Collapse Blog (via Zero Hedge, those well known nutters who are convined the world is going to hell in a hand basket), there are 7 named storms swirling across the globe as we speak! The Day After Tomorrow is here! They are all clustered around the equatorial Pacific and Atlantic. If one more develops, and it looks like the it will, that will break the all-time record!
    What do you think Tony

  12. spike55 says:

    On the “global warming front, Dave M on WUWT posted this graph.. I’ve added the names of the Presidents

    Note that Trump has presided over the STEEPEST drop in temperature, while both the dumbocrats coincided with global warming.

  13. Psalmon says:

    Thank goodness for Hurricanes because nobody could confront the Arctic will be ice free crowd now that 2018 has come and gone, but the ice remains.

    The NW passage was not navigable. I was following this sailing vessel trying to go W to E and they have turned around: https://saildogbark.com/2018/08/22/dogbark-turns-back/#more-1200

    “…he told me that Franklin Strait has started to refreeze. Franklin Strait is one of the main bottlenecks that we hoped to traverse to complete the passage to Greenland. We can’t even get there because the border between Alaska and Canada is blocked, with the only other boat westbound with us stuck in the ice, unable to move forward or retreat.”

    That was a month ago. People have been brainwashed into thinking the Arctic has melted and that this NW Passage is now a pleasure trip.

    According to Marine Traffic, about 30 vessels are now traveling between the Kara Sea and Resolute…a distance of 3,500 miles.

    Ice thickness has turned the corner. Greenland is accumulating ice again. Sooooo…let’s talk about hurricanes that are really tropical storms.

    If the Arctic screams and nobody is there to hear it, is it?

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