Forty three hundred twenty four days
since big hurricane entered our bays.
A new record for calm
in the hurricane realm.
We’ll soon enter a new cooling phase.
The last major hurricane hitting the mainland U.S. was Wilma, Oct.2005.
It was much bigger as a hurricane than today’s Harvey, but Harvey is unique since it will get stuck in nearly the same place for six days, causing unprecedented rains.
This means an earlier winter in the Arctic!