March 6, 2012
NEW YORK (Reuters) – When at least 80 tornadoes rampaged across the United States, from the Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico, last Friday, it was more than is typically observed during the entire month of March, tracking firm AccuWeather.com reported on Monday.
According to some climate scientists, such earlier-than-normal outbreaks of tornadoes, which typically peak in the spring, will become the norm as the planet warms.
“As spring moves up a week or two, tornado season will start in February instead of waiting for April,” said climatologist Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
No actual data in use by Trenberth. The worst year for March tornadoes was during the ice age scare of the 1970s.
And according to Hansen, 2010 had the hottest March in the history of the planet. It also had the lowest tornado count in three decades. Would you trust a climate scientist to take care of anything you actually rely on? What if your doctor pulled drug prescriptions out of his ass, like climate scientists do theories?
Severe tornadoes also peaked during the ice age scare of the 1970s.