Meteorologists Cite Cooler Atlantic Surface Temps for Slow Hurricane Season in U. S. It’s Biblical Ice Age Lesson

Because the sea surface temperatures of the mid and eastern Atlantic are cooler than normal this summer, not many hurricanes are forecast, now imagine that the entire world ocean were considerably warmer on average top to bottom, as it was when Noah’s Flood ended, when prodigious evaporation off the ocean caused extensive cloud cover which fell as snow in the more extreme latitudes and great elevations, and rainfall in the middle latitudes and coastal regions even in the more extreme latitudes (land near the uniformly warmer ocean).