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Hurricane expert Klotzbach: #Irma at landfall comes in 7th behind 1935 Labor Day storm

THE top 21 most powerful U.S. landfall hurricanes of all time (ex Irma#7 Harvey#18) all struck before Armageddon Al’s first science fiction movie was released!

THE one which featured a hurricane as the selling point.

THAT’s one helluva’ “Inconvenient Truth” 🌪

Thoughts and prayers to all in Irma’s path and to those still recovering from Harvey.

Watts Up With That?

While this won’t be of much comfort for those that are squarely in it’s path right now, it is a small bit of good news. Dr. Philip Klotzbach has compiled rankings of both hurricane Irma and Harvey when they made landfall. Compared to the 1935 Labor Day storm, Irma is a distant 7th, tied with the 1928 Lake Okeechobee storm.

He writes:

Table of all hurricanes with landfall pressures <= 940 mb at time of U.S. landfall. was 929 mb and was 938 mb.

With Irma ranked 7th, and Harvey ranked 18th, it’s going to be tough for climate alarmists to try connecting these two storms to being driven by CO2/global warming. But they’ll do it anyway.

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One Comment on “Hurricane expert Klotzbach: #Irma at landfall comes in 7th behind 1935 Labor Day storm”

  1. Denis Rancourt says:

    Every locality on the planet will in the future suffer the largest earthquake it has experienced in the last 30 or 50 or 100 years. Therefore, we can reasonably conclude that earthquakes are due to global warming! NOT. This is the very nature of spatio-temporal chaotic events on a planet. There will always be stronger storms somewhere. Weather-based disaster pronouncements about CO2 are textbook fear and flight idiocy.

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