Pacific Typhoons Defy Climate Experts’ Dire Forecasts…Trending Downward 70 Years!

The climate experts have been wrong, and the media have been misleading us. Typhoons are not intensifying and becoming more frequent.

NOAA Still Expects Above-Normal Atlantic Hurricane Season

“We’re just getting into the peak months of August through October for hurricane development, and we anticipate that more storms are on the way,”

Tokyo Midsummer Hasn’t Warmed in Decades. And: The Missing Hurricanes”

One example of no warming is the midsummer mean for Tokyo and its rural Hachijojima island in the Pacific.

Climate Change Weekly #439: Hurricanes Not Increasing, Despite Warming

Even the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change acknowledges it has detected no trend of increasing frequency or severity of tropical cyclones and has no evidence human greenhouse gas emissions…

Update on NASA’s TROPICS-1 Mission

With four satellites, TROPICS will still provide improved time-resolved observations of tropical cyclones compared to traditional observing methods.

NASA to Launch 6 Small Satellites to Monitor, Study Tropical Cyclones

When launched, the TROPICS satellites will work together to provide near-hourly microwave observations of a storm’s precipitation, temperature, and humidity.

Hurricane Activity Close To Lowest On Record In Last Year

The past 12 months have seen close to the fewest tropical cyclones of major hurricane frequency in more than 40 years

Getting ready for another destructive Atlantic hurricane season?

“… many of the other ingredients for a destructive hurricane season are related to human-caused climate change. Hotter ocean water and hotter air create perfect conditions for hurricanes to form,…