Pacific Typhoon Frequency Trending Down, Contradicting Earlier Climate Predictions

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An amazing looking super cell storm cloud forming on the east coast of Queensland, Australia.

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By P Gosselin on 5. September 2023

Waves crash the shore as Super Typhoon Surigae moves close to the Philippines in the province of Catbalogan, Samar, Philippines April 18, 2021. DJ RJ RENE CASTINO via REUTERS

Typhoon Update: 

The number of Pacific typhoons have decreased over the past 7  decades. That’s the trend according to the latest data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).  

Today we look at the data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for the number of typhoons formed in the Pacific in the month of August, now that the latest data are available:

Data source: JMA. Chart by Kirye

This past August saw 6 typhoons, and so over the past 70+ years the overall August trend in terms of frequency has been modestly downward.

Clearly the so-called “climate experts” have been wrong since they claimed  tropical storms and would intensify and become more frequent as a result of a warmer planet. That hasn’t been the case in the Pacific.

Annual trend also downward

Next we look again at the latest data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for the number of typhoons formed annually in the Pacific since 1951.

Data source: JMA.

This is good news. All the talk about a climate crisis is fake and hype.