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Climate change could bring more monster storms like Hurricane Lee to New England

  • Climate change is leading to the increased frequency of storms like Hurricane Lee in the Gulf of Maine, as warmer sea surface temperatures and shifting jet streams create more favorable conditions for hurricanes.
  • The impacts of these storms, including heavier rains and stronger winds, are likely to last longer in coastal areas along the U.S. East Coast, such as Boston and New York.
  • As the Gulf of Maine continues to warm at a faster rate compared to other oceans, experts urge policymakers to prepare for increased hurricane activity by upgrading infrastructure and implementing adaptation measures in coastal communities.
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