Bummer: Fire Season Refuses To Cooperate With Warmist Prognostication

Seriously, nothing is going their way. No statistically significant warming for almost 18 years. Land, sea, and air data (non-modified) refuse to cooperate. Hurricane activity refuses to cooperate. Sea rise refuses to cooperate. The Arctic refuses to be ice free. And now

(Washington Times) This year’s below-average wildfire season comes as welcome news for Westerners, but it’s also burning a hole in the environmentalist narrative on climate change.

Although summer isn’t over, and fires are burning in California and Oregon, it has been a mild year in terms of the number of wildfires and acres burned, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.

The agency reports that 2.77 million acres have burned this year as of Sept. 5, a decline from the 3.9 million acres that had burned by the same date in 2013 and less than half the 10-year average of 6.2 million acres. The number of fires, 38,451, is also down considerably from the 10-year average of 56,278.

Aw, shucks. This is like watching one of those crazy people who constantly proclaim that the world is about to end this year. Then next year. Year after that.

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  1. Steve says:

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