Lack of Major Hurricanes Keeps Setting Records

Published May 7, 2013

The United States is undergoing its longest stretch in recorded history without a major hurricane strike, with each passing day extending the unprecedented lack of severe hurricanes, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data.

It has been more than 2,750 days since a major hurricane struck the United States. This easily smashes the prior record of less than 2,300 days between major hurricane strikes.

Although global warming activists and their media allies often claim global warming is making extreme weather events more frequent and severe, virtually all extreme weather events are becoming less frequent and less severe as our planet gradually warms.

Meteorologist Anthony Watts published an excellent article documenting the ongoing record lack of major hurricanes as well as the ongoing record scarcity of tornadoes.