Storm activity at historic lows: ‘First time for almost 70 years that there have been no tropical storms active anywhere in the world on Sept. 1’


By: - Climate DepotSeptember 1, 2014 2:01 PM with 2 comments

UK Meteorological Office on September 1, 2014: ‘Today is the first time for almost 70 years that there have been no tropical storms active anywhere in the world on 1st September.’

 

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Meteorologist Dr. Ryan Maue weights in: No new Typhoons in August in West Pacific basin. My thoughts year to date are that Atlantic is now in dead decade ahead. WPAC middle of decade lull’

 

End of August — season-to-date 3 North Atlantic tropical storms (2 hurricanes) total ACE (Accumulated cyclone energy= 19.55 … about 40% below 1981-2010 climo

 

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