Where are all the hurricanes?
Al Bore, Obongo and their tax-the-rich (but not them and their waivered few) warmist pals have told us over and over that we can expect more and more deadly hurricanes thanks to global warming, er, climate change, uh, climate disruption, ah, carbon pollution. Yes, that’s it, carbon pollution.
So where are they? This has been the slowest start to a hurricane season on record, i.e. since 1886. Among other inhibiting factors, too much dust is blowing west out of Africa, according to meteorologist Joe D’Aleo. His WeatherBell pal, Joe Bastardi, says we should get ready: “I think this is getting ready to crank up and we should have 2-3 weeks with 5-6 storms and probably a couple of them being major.”
Or not. Obongo did promise to calm the seas, after all, and, since he’s failed at pretty much everything else, he deserves one. And Al, well, as everyone knows, Al could talk anyone or anything to sleep—including hurricanes.
UPDATE: In addition, it’s been the mildest summer across the U.S. in a hundred years. We’ve had a few hundred degree days here but not near as many as usual.