The COP 26 Climate Conference is really a meeting of wealthy long-range weather forecasters. They believe that they can predict the weather to within one degree C in the year 2100. How good is their track record been so far? They haven't yet been able to get five years right.
Today is the 42nd anniversary of Typhoon Tip become the largest and strongest and deepest cyclone in recorded history.....from 1979.
Typhoon Tip, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Warling, was the largest and most intense tropical cyclone ever recorded.
Typhoon Tip was the largest tropical cyclone on record, with a diameter of 1,380 mi (2,220 km)—almost double the previous record of 700 mi (1,130 km) set by Typhoon Marge in August 1951. At its largest, Tip was nearly half the size of the contiguous United States.
Note below that in the last 35 years, there are ZERO top 10 Pacific typhoons below for lowest pressures/intensity during global warming/climate change.
We had modest global cooling in the 1950's/60's/70's.....when almost all the strongest/deepest Typhoons on the worlds biggest ocean occurred.
|Source:JMA Typhoon Best Track Analysis|
Information for the North Western Pacific Ocean