Published On: Thu, Sep 7th, 2017

The science behind the U.S.’s strange hurricane ‘drought’ — and its sudden end

The science behind the U.S.'s strange hurricane 'drought' — and its sudden end

With the destruction of Hurricane Harvey, now closely followed by the extraordinary intensity of Hurricane Irma as it wreaks havoc in the Caribbean and heads toward Florida, Americans can be forgiven for feeling like it’s 2005 all over again. That was the year of Katrina, Rita, and Wilma — and it was preceded by 2004, […]

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