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Climate change is causing hurricanes to intensify faster than ever

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Hurricane Ian is strengthening rapidly in the Caribbean as it passes over the ultra-warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center had predicted the system would rapidly intensify from a tropical storm to at least a category 4 hurricane in less than 72 hours. It is an unprecedented forecast, experts told CNN, but one scientists say is becoming more likely as the climate crisis advances, pushing ocean temperatures higher and laying the groundwork for tropical storms to explode at breakneck pace into deadly major hurricanes.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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How climate change is fueling hurricanes

Ian follows Hurricane Fiona, a powerful Category 4 storm that carved a path of destruction last week through Puerto Rico, leaving most of the U.S. territory without power and potable water. Fiona then barreled through the Turks and Caicos Islands, skirted Bermuda and slammed into Canada's Atlantic coast, where critical infrastructure might take months to repair.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to intensify faster than ever

Hurricane Ian is strengthening rapidly in the Caribbean as it passes over the ultra-warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center had predicted the system would rapidly intensify from a tropical storm to at least a category 4 hurricane in less than 72 hours.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to intensify faster than ever

The climate crisis is pushing ocean temperatures higher and laying the groundwork for tropical storms to explode at breakneck pace into deadly major hurricanes.

2 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to intensify faster than ever

By Angela Fritz and Rachel Ramirez, CNNHurricane Ian is strengthening rapidly in the Caribbean as it passes over the ultra-warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center had predicted the system would rapidly intensify from a tropical storm to at least a category 4 hurricane in less than 72 hours.It is an unprecedented forecast, experts told CNN, but one scientists say is becoming more likely as the climate cr…

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to intensify faster than ever

By Angela Fritz and Rachel Ramirez, CNNHurricane Ian is strengthening rapidly in the Caribbean as it passes over the ultra-warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center had predicted the system would rapidly intensify from a tropical storm to at least a category 4 hurricane in less than 72 hours.It is an unprecedented forecast, experts told CNN, but one scientists say is becoming more likely as the climate cr…

2 months ago·Panama City, United States
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Climate change is causing hurricanes to intensify faster than ever - Local News 8

By Angela Fritz and Rachel Ramirez, CNNHurricane Ian is strengthening rapidly in the Caribbean as it passes over the ultra-warm waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center had predicted the system would rapidly intensify from a tropical storm to at least a category 4 hurricane in less than 72 hours.It is an unprecedented forecast, experts told CNN, but one scientists say is becoming more likely as the climate cr…

2 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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