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Climate change is causing hurricanes to break down more slowly over land
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to break down more slowly over land

Rising ocean temperatures are driving hurricanes to carry more moisture, allowing them to stay stronger for longer once they've made landfall and reach communities farther inland, according to new research published in the journal Nature.

Warming may make hurricanes weaken more slowly after landfall
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Warming may make hurricanes weaken more slowly after landfall

New research suggests that climate change may be causing storms to retain destructive power for longer after moving inland.
Climate change and the 2020 hurricane record: What we know
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Climate change and the 2020 hurricane record: What we know

Scientists can’t say for sure whether global warming is causing more hurricanes, but they are confident that it’s changing the way storms behave. Here’s how.
Climate change is making hurricanes stronger, researchers find
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Climate change is making hurricanes stronger, researchers find

An analysis of satellite imagery from the past four decades suggests that global warming has increased the chances of storms reaching Category 3 or higher.
How to talk about hurricanes now
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How to talk about hurricanes now

Hurricane Michael isn't a truly "natural disaster."
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