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. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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…

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