Attribution For Hurricanes

The US has been hit by 204 hurricanes since 1851, and the frequency of US hurricane strikes has dropped by one-fourth.  But the last four hurricanes were your fault.

Spreadsheet    Data

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14 Responses to Attribution For Hurricanes

  1. rah says:

    I thought they started being our fault with the hyperactive season of 2005 and Katrina? Around that time is when seem to remember the first claims that we humans were making hurricanes more powerful.

  2. rah says:

    Of course the 9 years after that 2005 season that saw many years with low storm formation and no strike on the mainland US by a major hurricane was just “luck’.

  3. arn says:

    I am so proud to have the power to cause hurricanes.

    • AndyDC says:

      Yes, only angry, hateful straight white males that support Trump have the power to cause hurricanes. Everyone else is exempt.

      • arn says:

        Damn it.
        I’m a mulatto.
        Racism took my superpowers away
        but in return i became chronically innoccent and
        i do not have to care about political correctness,which means i gained 2 new superpowers for one.

        Thank you evil white man.

  4. Makes me wonder what an overlay of US (especially southern region) temps with that chart would look like. Or correlation

  5. Squidly says:

    We be some powerful peoples ….

  6. Don says:

    Interesting that the only 3 consecutive year period, according to the data link, without a US landfall was during the War between the States. Imagine how events might have changed if a Cat 4 plowed up the Potomac River and devastated DC., or one struck Sherman during his march to the Sea.

  7. Dave N says:

    Alarmists ignore everything prior to the late 70’s for a number of phenomena.

    PS I wonder what the correlation of the graph is to temperature?

  8. Peter says:

    The graph closely correlates to global temperatures!

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