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View Diary: Discussing The April 27, 2011 Super Tornado Outbreak (27 comments)

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  •  The N Atlantic is warming faster (10+ / 0-)

    than other ocean basins as the earth warms. This is consistent with the predictions of climate models and paleoclimatology. The differential warming of the north Atlantic vs the east Pacific will lead to more and stronger tornadoes, in my opinion.

    And more and stronger north Atlantic basin hurricanes, in my opinion.

    Some of the weather folks don't study paleoclimatology enough to understand what's going on now with climate change, in my opinion.

    Excellent job, Dude. You did an amazing job liveblogging last year.

    Tornado records are far too variable to conclude based on statistics that last years tornadoes were related to climate change. 1974 was also a strong La Nina year with intense rains in Australia and mid continent America.

    look for my eSci diary series Thursday evening.

    by FishOutofWater on Fri Apr 27, 2012 at 01:57:22 PM PDT

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