No, not WhatsHisName-Shitz. This is Tropical Storm Debby. The problem is that the weather models don’t agree. One says it will head West further into the Gulf of Mexico while the other says it will continue North and slightly East. In other words, weather and climate models have about a 50% accuracy rate — which is the exact same rate of probability if you just took a guess.
With Debby’s formation in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday, this marks the first time in recorded weather history that four named tropical storms have formed in the Atlantic before the end of June, according to AccuWeather meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski. (Emphasis mine.)
And it starts! Yes, we will now be told, and told, and told, and told, that this is the first time in recorded history that four named tropical storms have formed in the Atlantic before the end of June, the global warming/climate change advocate said breathlessly!
And next year, there will only be one named tropical storm before the end of June, except we won’t hear anything about how that number dropped from the previous year as the koolaidians invoked the name of Mother Gaia to stop the evil humans and their evil ways from detroying the planet.