Here’s how climate change is fueling Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence is on a collision course with the southeastern United States. The immense and powerful storm will create high winds and surges along coastal towns and cities, but scientists are more concerned about how much rain Florence might produce — and the increased frequency of similar storms as a result of climate change.[...]

Hurricane Florence Is 50 Miles Larger, with 50% More Rain, Thanks to Climate Change

For the first time, researchers have calculated the impact of climate change on a hurricane before it actually hits land.

Thu 13 Sep 18 from Livescience

Climate change is expected to bring more intense storms like Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence is on a collision course with the southeastern United States. The immense and powerful storm will create high winds and surges along coastal towns and cities, but scientists ...

Tue 11 Sep 18 from Inhabitat

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