No US Child Has Ever Seen A Category Five Hurricane

But the Warmists swore that the demon Global Warming would lead to more and more dangerous hurricanes. How rude of Nature not to play along.

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Today is the 21st anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, the last category 5 hurricane to hit the US. This means that no US child has ever seen a storm that strong. Andrew made landfall in Florida with winds over 150 MPH

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Two other category five hurricanes hit the US last century – Camille in 1969 and the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, which was the most intense hurricane to hit the US since 1850.

The US has not been hit by a major (category 3-5)  hurricane in eight years, the longest such period since the Civil War. Florida has not been hit by any hurricane for eight years, by far the longest such period on record for that state.

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4 Responses to No US Child Has Ever Seen A Category Five Hurricane

  1. I lived in Tampa during Hurricane Andrew. I was too young to remember anything beyond sleeping in the hallway and waking up to a few fallen trees, and looking back, I probably wasn’t scared because I didn’t know what a hurricane was. That’s crazy that it was actually a Category 5.

  2. Mother Nature isn’t rude. She is very clever. It is her way to call these warmest morons.

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