Sorry Junk Scientists… Record Low Number of Tornadoes in US This Year

Remember how the junk scientists warned us about how we would see more tornadoes and hurricanes because of global warming?
Well, they were wrong.
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Devastation of the tornado that hit Joplin, MO.

The US has experienced a record low number of tornadoes this past year.
Chron Blog reported:

In a NOAA blog post tornado expert Harold Brooks notes that during the 12-month period from May 2012-April 2013 there were just 197 tornadoes rated EF1 or stronger. This is, Brooks says, apparently a
record low for U.S. tornadoes in a 12-month period.

Here’s a time-series showing the change evolution of the number of EF1 and stronger tornadoes since 1954 is below.

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