The hurricane season isn't over yet. We may still see the frenzy.
We could see a fast and furious hurricane period from mid and late August into early September, followed by a lull and then another active period.
The summer has not been "hellishly hot" in the United States as a whole. It is well within the range of natural variability.
Correlation and causation are not the same.
Look at this little ditty: "An EPA analysis compiled from 1895 through 2015 ranks 1936 as the worst on record, with an index value of 1.255. The hottest year in recent decades, 2011, has an index of 0.285. In 1936, some areas experienced 22 heatwave days and maximum temperature anomalies that exceeded 6 degrees Celsius."
It's summer-it's going to get hot.
Those that do form have a greater chance of becoming intense storms.
Weatherbell.com. has been pioneering methods to show in the preseason where these storms are going in our opinion.
Hurricane forecasting has always been a high-pressure job (ironically given they are low pressure), but the Biden Administration energy policy has really upped the ante for a forecast.
Deliberate distortions abound.
What passes as weather/climate media today is either a joke or a purposeful mission to hide the entire picture.
The Biden Administration is great for those who manage to cash in on climate.
Unalarming facts about hurricanes.
A deeper look at hurricane reporting.
Another high-impact tropical storm season is anticipated for the US coast.