I’m not even going to waste my time by citing all the leftie media and government weenies blaming so-called “climate change” and “global warning” for the recent F5 tornado that just ripped through the southern Ohio Valley region.
Suffice it to say that everyone from Sleepy Joe to the fear-mongers at MSNBC are doing their best Chicken Little impersonations.
However, just like everything involving the weather, things are cyclical. After all, just like Ice Ages, so too are the seasons.
Blizzards hitting Miami during July just don’t happen. Kind of like sunbathing in Nome during the middle of January.
But speaking of Ice Ages, how in the world did the Quaternary glacial epoch of 2.5 million years ago recede? After all, there was permanent ice as far south as present-day New Mexico and central California.
No cars, factories, farting cows. I’m sure you see where I’m going with this.
But with that aside, below is quite an interesting graph from the Washington Post.
Have you notice anything rather… umm, cyclical?
Below that is another graph from NOAA/National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center.
The years 1950 through 2019 cites all the “violent” (F4 and F5) tornadoes added together in convenient ten-day blocks.
For instance, the very first bar notes just a small handful of F4 tornadoes nation-wide from January 1st through January 10th for every year from 1950 ’till 2019, added together.
Again, have you notice anything rather… umm, cyclical?
Just me, but it certainly seems to me that Mother Nature plans on some rather nasty tornadoes in store for us in the next few years.
Hey, I’m just following the science, and it has nothing to do with global warming. Or is it global cooling? It does get confusing when the alleged experts keep changing what I should be scared to death of.