Four hurricanes of a category three our higher have been recorded since Harvey hit the coast of Texas twenty-six days ago. This is not an all-time record, but it is among the records.
According to Bob Henson, a meteorologist for Weather Underground, a forecasting service, “We are running about twice the pace of a typical season.” Henson notes, “Ten of the fifteen most active hurricane seasons since antebellum America have occurred in the past two decades.”
It is not possible to trace any of these hurricanes to a particular incident of climate change; but, it is an accepted scientific conclusion that man made climate change, caused by the uncontrolled dumping of carbon into our atmosphere, will result in more frequent hurricanes and more violent hurricanes.
'The good thing about science is that it is true, whether or not you believe in it." Neil deGrasse Tyson
As ice caps melt sea levels will rise and the salinity of the ocean waters will change. As seas become diluted oceans currents will shift causing a change in climatic zones. Warmer oceans, the results of greenhouse effect, will spawn more frequent and more violent storms.
All of this is already happening.