Scientists say we're facing the strongest hurricane season since the year Sandy hit the East Coast
We have been in a hurricane drought for a very long time. What the article says is, "The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration now expects a higher likelihood of a near-normal or above-normal hurricane season."
More after the break.
NWS Confirms Sandy Was Not a Hurricane At Landfall
Ok, so they now expect a near normal, or maybe even above normal hurricane season. Still, not much to hang a frightening headline on. Oh, the horror, we might almost get to normal. And maybe a bit above! Man the pumps, batten down the hatches, shutter the windows it's gonna be a blow.
Or maybe not. The climate alarm crowd has been shrieking about increasing hurricanes, tornados, and all manner of horrible, terrible, nasty, mean weather, but we are not actually seeing it. We are seeing either droughts in hurricanes, and tornados, or plain old weather, sometimes good, sometimes bad.
Gulf of Mexico Hurricane Drought Now the Longest in 130 Years
Al Gore and the media were wrong: U.S. Major Hurricane Drought Now One Decade and Counting
Finally, a study that shows unreliable models are the root of overwrought ‘extreme weather’ events
The a few of the problems include scientist bias, and obtaining data, but only then determining how to analyze, and interpret the data. Attorneys do this because it makes it very easy to craft an argument which targets the clients desired result. While fine in the legal environment, it is a disaster in the scientific, since this method allows the scientist to simply craft the outcome desired.