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There were 248 tornadoes across US
in May and June. That's one of the
lowest numbers in recorded history.

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Posted By: NorthernDog, 7/10/2020 9:01:33 AM

After a tumultuous early spring, highlighted by a deadly Easter weekend across the South, May and June were unusually quiet for tornadoes. There was a preliminary total of 248 twisters, according to Accuweather — a combined count less than April's total of 256 and among the lowest numbers in recorded history for two of the typically most active months of the year. June was remarkably tame. The National Weather Service issued just six tornado watches in the U.S., the lowest number for any June in recorded history. Why? Alan Reppert, a senior meteorologist at AccuWeather, credited other weather patterns and dry

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Just the opposite of what global warming alarmists keep predicting.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: bpl40 7/10/2020 9:15:28 AM (No. 473286)
D*** Global Warming..er Climate Change!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: laurenc 7/10/2020 9:18:00 AM (No. 473289)
One of the first signs of global warming, and it's all Trumps fault!!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: DVC 7/10/2020 9:21:12 AM (No. 473292)
And yet, regardless of the massive evidence to the contrary, which is right before them, which they live through - huge numbers believe that "the weather is broken, MMGW/climate change is causing huge increases in numbers of hurricanes and tornadoes, and each storm is far more powerful than they used to be". And it is all Trump's fault, and directly caused by YOU not driving a Prius or a Tesla, and eating too many hamburgers. The power of Enemedia propaganda, 24/7/365.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 7/10/2020 9:32:20 AM (No. 473303)
But - - but - - but - - Gore - - and Greta - - and 2,471 "climate scientists" - - and - - and - - and - - - - -
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Ribicon 7/10/2020 10:08:49 AM (No. 473346)
And yet, homeowners insurance premiums increase sharply and without cease, the pretext being all of the tornados, hurricanes, and Rising Seas our government agencies keep predicting. Talk about a public/private partnership; collecting inflated fees while bearing decreased risk is quite profitable, especially when there are no rebates to offset the falsified predictions of disaster.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Safari Man 7/10/2020 10:37:09 AM (No. 473388)
More damage/destruction was done by Dimocrats during the same period.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: JHHolliday 7/10/2020 2:13:42 PM (No. 473690)
Re #5. There are multiple reasons insurance rates go up. Take a look at the wildfires in California...billions in insurance claims and while insurrection is excluded under most policies, billions will be spent in litigation from the riots. Repair costs keep going up, lumber prices, roofing, etc. Toss in an army of ambulance-chasing lawyers like a horde of locusts ready to sue for any injury, real or made-up, and you are going to get rate increases.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 7/10/2020 2:26:47 PM (No. 473697)
Not to worry the F storm was just named, its all interrelated.
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