Back in January 2013, Barack Obama blamed climate change/global warming for “raging fires, crippling drought and more powerful storms” during his second Inaugural speech.
Peace award winner Al Gore supported his comments.
Too bad He was wrong again.
According to the NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center the total number of tornadoes during 2012 was just 936 – a ten year low.
And March is shaping up to have the lowest number of tornadoes on record.
The Weather Channel reported:
For the second consecutive year, U.S. March tornado counts are among the lowest on record.
Through March 20, only four tornadoes have been confirmed across the nation. According to The Weather Channel’s severe weather expert Dr. Greg Forbes (Facebook | Twitter), only two other Marches have featured fewer tornadoes through the first 20 days of March, dating to 1950:
1969: 0 tornadoes
1951: 3 tornadoes
However, the lowest March U.S. tornado count on record dating to 1950 was six tornadoes in March 1951, according to Forbes. If the rest of the month features at most one additional tornado, we would set a record low for the month.
If this sounds familiar, March 2013 was the least tornadic March in 35 years, with only 18 tornadoes.
March continues a slumbering tornado trend for the year. A preliminary 49 tornadoes have been tallied in 2014, which is roughly one-third of the 10-year average-to-date of 144 tornadoes.
But the truth won’t stop Obama from ramming his junk science agenda on the country.