Not to be Alarmist
But here's a significant reason why the latest storm to reach the Gulf should cause us concern. For those who don't feel like clicking on the link, it takes you to the National Oceanographic Data Center's Water Temperature Guide.
Water temps in the Gulf are still ranging from about two to as much as eight degrees above normal, depending on the location, i.e., to a storm, that's like an SUV owner finding gasoline for less than a dollar a gallon.
But hey, the Bush administration insists that "climate change" (their term for global warming) is just a theory. Well, we can certainly take their word on that--can't we?