The Atlantic hurricane season comes to an official close on Saturday, and it was a very mild one:
— Ammosexual Deetz (@tahDeetz) November 25, 2013
The hurricane season that never started is almost over: This year was 6th least active Atlantic season since 1950 http://t.co/2ImX8mc2nh
— Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) November 25, 2013
— Matt Reilly (@MattReilly928) November 25, 2013
We’ll no wait for those who claim storm frequency and intensity is evidence of global warming to say that this lack of activity also proves them correct.
Of course, the very mild Atlantic storm season doesn’t “disprove” anything according to some:
Yes, it was the slowest hurricane season in decades. http://t.co/jrzbCUSnPJ No, that doesn't somehow disprove global warming.
— Brian Merchant (@bcmerchant) November 25, 2013
If a single heavy storm season (or even one storm) is all the “evidence” some global warming alarmists require to prove their theory correct, using the same logic, a single low storm season should be considered enough evidence to disprove it.