New York hurricane strikes.

Apparently Hurricanes had never struck the east Coast before.

Well there has actually been many, but most were either Tropical storms or weak systems.

Except this one.

Hurricane Hazel was so powerful, it holds the record for the highest ever wind gust recorded at NY City.

Its name was also retired from the Hurricane list for the Atlantic.

It actually struck the Carolinas but still impacted NY, 113 MPH winds were recorded there, it hit as strong cat 4 storm.

And Co2 in 1954 was 313 ppm, well below Hansen’s 350ppm safe level.

Only an imbecile would link Hurricanes to CO2.

Maybe the early model cars loaded the dice with their emissions.

 

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