By Oscar Garcia, Citizens Journal
The data scientists at realclimatescience.com have just released their free storm tracker page, at realclimatetools.com.
This is an excellent research and reference tool to all persons interested in climate and the accuracy of climate science reporting. The storm tracker is easy and intuitive to use, and shows storm tracks and storm intensities for storms in the Atlantic and Pacific Basins.
The data set spans from 1851 through the current day. Citizen Scientists can evaluate the historical record of Atlantic Hurricanes for example from 2006-2010.
In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, many authoritative predictions about impending doom of more frequent, stronger, more destructive hurricanes were made. However, the historical record shows a period of relative calm through that time period.