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The Sciences

Getting Ready for the Peak of Hurricane Season

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyAugust 8, 2011 8:38 PM


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My latest DeSmogBlog post is a look forward to what may be coming in the Atlantic region, in a hurricane season expected to be very active (as usual), with 9-10 projected hurricanes and 3-5 intense ones. As you can see in this image, climatology says we're just ascending into the peak of the season:


I also discuss the hurricane-global warming picture, which really hasn't gotten much clearer in the nearly 5 years since I wrote Storm World. More here....

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