Monday, August 14, 2006
This post is meant to complement Seneca's post below. Examine the intensity ratings by decade and see if anything interesting pops out. It sure looks as if 1930-60 was quite a time for storms compared to the subsequent 30-40 years. Admittedly, this involves strikes, but it is helpful nonetheless. This information comes to us from NOAA by the way, so it must obviously be a vicious neocon plot.
Posted by Barry Dauphin at 9:11 PM