Hurricane season a bust so far — But NOAA predicted an ‘active’ one

But maybe NOAA will get the global temperature right 100 years from now?

Tropical storm Gabrielle fizzles: Why has hurricane season been so calm? (Christian Science Monitor)

NOAA predicts active 2013 Atlantic hurricane season

4 thoughts on “Hurricane season a bust so far — But NOAA predicted an ‘active’ one”

  1. We watch the weather channel and even though they admit it’s ben a slow hurricane season, they are “still hopen’.” Also notice in all of their programs, “global warming” crops up in their speech like a burp of cough.

    Considering they have been broadcasting since 1982 they have 30+ years of archive footage to demonstrate any “global warming” which may have happened in that time…

  2. We watch the weather channel and even though they admit it’s ben a slow hurricane season, they are “still hopen’.” Also notice in all of their programs, “global warming” crops up in their speech like a burp of cough.

  3. Considering that their predictions are on the order of “more hurricanes” or “fewer hurricanes”, we’re actually talking about a fifty/fifty chance of a prediction coming true. Since I happen to have a quarter in my pocket, I don’t really see what I need NOAA for.

  4. Someone needs to take the top echelon folks at NOAA, tie them to a chair, and the read the story “The boy who cried wolf” to them over and over again until they catch the wisdom.

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