Sunday, September 11, 2016

Hermine, With Global Warming's Fingerprints, Smacks East Coast

Hurricane Hermine hitting Florida ended a historic 11-year drought of hurricanes making landfall in Florida. Climate science deniers had grabbed onto that lull to claim global warming wasn't worsening storms. But storm trackers say the drought was a total coincidence - there were plenty of storms around, hitting the Caribbean, Mexico and elsewhere, they just happened to miss us.

Meanwhile, Hermine has provided new evidence that global warming is fueling tropical storms.
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