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'We never hear the absence of extreme weather analysed.' Is 'global warming' causing less 'extreme weather?!'
How Do They Explain 'The Extreme Weather Events That Did Not Happen'
Here are the key facts via climate analyst Paul Homewood:
'US land falling hurricanes have been at record low levels in recent years, and it is now more than ten years since a major hurricane hit.'
'There has been a long-term decline in both the number of tornadoes, and particularly, the frequency of stronger ones.'
'Droughts were much more commonplace, prolonged and severe prior to the 1970s.'
'There is no indication of precipitation becoming more extreme. The wettest year was 1973.'
'There has been a marked absence of extreme heatwaves in recent years, and nothing approaches the run of intensely hot summers in the 1930s.'