Climate Theorists’ Perplexed at No Tornadoes*
The change in Earth’s axis might have something to do with the significant drop in tornadoes in the U.S., but the ‘experts have gone ‘mum’ on this, which might lead one to believe that the indigenous people lacking in PhD’s who are dependent on where the sun and the stars are positioned don’t know what they are talking about, yet all I have to do is look out of my window to see that the sun does not rise and set where it used to do…
By William F. Jasper
The U.S. Tornado count for March 2015 stands at — zero. That’s right: Zero. Zilch. Nada. This is remarkable, since March is Tornado Month in the United States. It is also remarkable in that the alarmists have been predicting that anthropogenic (manmade) global warming, AGW, would lead to more frequent and ever more destructive “extreme” or “severe” weather events, including hurricanes and tornadoes. But it hasn’t happened.
The new lack of severe weather during the tornado season is now being described as “historic” and “uncharted territory.” A television weather report for ABC’s WMAR Baltimore on March 19, entitled, “Historic! Severe Weather Count Hits Record Low Levels,” reported:
March is typical a cold month featuring snow for the northern states as we transition from winter to early spring. However, during the month of March a battle between the warmth and cold intensifies across the south. March can bring amazing swings in temperature which creates an imbalance in the atmosphere thus producing nasty severe weather outbreaks.
“We are in uncharted territory with respect to lack of severe weather” says Greg Carbin the warning coordination meteorologist from the Storm Prediction Centre.
“This has never happened in the record of SPC watches dating back to 1970.”
The WMAR report notes that a press release issued from the Storm Prediction Center says that since the beginning of 2015 the SPC has issued only four tornado watches and no severe thunderstorm watches, which is less than 10 percent of the typical number of 52 watches issued by mid-March.
The WMAR meteorologists noted that 2015’s “severe weather” events have been “anaemic” thus far, with only 20 tornadoes reported, which is well below the 10-year average of 130.