NOAA: U.S. Tornadoes lowest since 1954 – during the “hottest year ever”Posted: November 16, 2016
Failed climate prediction #1,356,432 etc…
Latest data from NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center indicate that as of today, the total count for 2016 of US tornadoes are fewest in a calendar year since record-keeping began in 1954. That’s a hard fact, that flies in the face of claims of extreme weather being enhanced by warmer temperatures, as many have tried to claim. This graph from NOAA SPC shows that with 830 tornadoes so far this year (in black), it has crossed the minimum line (in magenta) showing 879 as the previous lowest number recorded on this date.
Additionally, the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Nashville said today:
There have only been 5 tornadoes in Tennessee this year. It’s been the quietest year for tornadoes in the state since 1987.
Meanwhile the U.N.’s weather bureau is warning of this:
It is very likely that 2016 will be the hottest year on record, with global…
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