We've made it through nearly all of July and August without having a single named Atlantic hurricane. That hasn't happened since 1941.
ยท Aug 31, 2022 ยท NottheBee.com

Hmm. It's quiet out there...too quiet.

(Actually it's perfectly fine by me, but you gotta say that for comedic effect.)

It isn't your imagination. The topics in the Atlantic have been very quiet this year despite a forecast from NOAA and other experts forecasting an above-average season.

There hasn't been a named storm since the beginning of July, and if one doesn't form by the end of the day, it will be the first August in 25 years to not have a named storm.

"Since 1950, two Augusts have had no Atlantic named storm formations: 1961 and 1997," tweeted Phil Klotzbach, a research scientist at Colorado State University.

Climate change doomsayers be like:

But wait โ€” it gets better!

And it's not just August. Klotzbach also tweeted:

"For the first time since 1941, the Atlantic has had no named storm (e.g., tropical storm or #hurricane) activity from July 3rd-August 30th."

We're talking a once-per-80-year lull in hurricane activity! That's incredible.

With a sea this calm you could be floating around the Atlantic like:

Thank goodness the climate change prophecies keep being wrong!

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