2022 Data Are In: Pacific Typhoon Trend Continues To Drop, Alarmist Claims Contradicted!

Pacific typhoons formed and those making landfall in Japan both have seen no rising trend for the past 70 years.

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Now that all the data are in for 2022, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) presents the latest data for Pacific typhoons. Their data go back more than 70 years, to 1951.

First we look 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.

Contrary to the claims often heard from alarmists that typhoons are getting worse and more frequent, the trend has been clearly downward since the globe has warmed nearly 1°C. This is good news. No crisis here.

Next we look at the number of typhoons that have made landfall in Japan.

Data source: JMA.

Here as well we see nothing terrible at all is happening. The trend has been constant over the past 70 years and the alarmists and media have been shown to be wrong. If anything, the modern warming has led to less typhoons, which is good news, but extremely inconvenient for the agenda-driven climate bedwetters.

6 responses to “2022 Data Are In: Pacific Typhoon Trend Continues To Drop, Alarmist Claims Contradicted!”

  1. 2022 Data Are In: Pacific Typhoon Trend Continues To Drop, Alarmist Claims Contradicted! - Climate- Science.press

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  2. oebele bruinsma

    By definition alarmist claims are to be distrusted.

    1. voza0db

      Unfortunately, nowadays, the majority of modern moron slaves acts/reacts in the exact opposite way.

  3. Charles Rasp

    Hi Pierre …. Couple of questions please:
    – The text says these data apply to “the Pacific” … I assume this means the entire North Pacific basin?
    – Landfall means landfall only in Japan, or anywhere in the North Pacific basin?
    – Any data on ACE trends as well?

  4. RoHa

    Children aren’t going to know what a typhoon is.

  5. Greg in NZ

    The Cyclone Which Wasn’t A Cyclone: Hale Misinformation.

    Last weekend, the 1st tropical cyclone of the season (SW Pacific) was christened Hale (we’re halfway thru the season already). Early Monday morning, less than 24 hours later, it was downgraded to a ‘low’. It drifted south, clipping the east coast of NZ’s North Island, raining-out many summer holiday campers (nothing unusual).

    However, our state broadcaster, RadioNZ, and govt MetService, kept referring to it as ‘Cyclone Hale’ for the next 5 days – complete inaccurate disinformation. I’ve made official complaints to both departments, yet their reply will be their standard ‘97% consensus’ b.s.

    On the ACE site it’s a mere ‘blip’ along an otherwise flat line… and doesn’t even register in the Cyclone Days row (it lasted as a Cat 1 for less than a day). Yet the taxpayer-funded bodies that farmers, boaties, businesses & families rely on, kept repeating the lie for FIVE DAYS… Most normies now believe we were hit by a ‘cyclone’, when we’re still waiting for one to form. What a trick!

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