Inconvenient: NOAA data shows U.S. Tornadoes on the decline since 1970

Oops. 

Now we know that global warming causes fewer tornadoes. 

Bad global warming! 

We’ve been told time and again by climate alarmists that global warming would make more severe weather. In fact, the opposite is true according to recently released tornado data from NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center.

By Paul Homewood

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2017 was a relatively busy year for tornadoes in the US, ranking third since 2005 on preliminary data.

This was mainly due to a spurt in numbers in January to March, most of which were weak EF-0 and EF-1 tornadoes. There were though three EF-3s in an outbreak in January, which sadly led to 20 fatalities.

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Via WUWT