Climate Change Packs Twice as Many Storms Into Hurricane Season

Posted on AllSides August 16th, 2020
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Atlantic hurricane records go back to 1851, and in all that time the ocean has never piled up so many storms in such a short span as this year.

So far 11 storms have formed since May. This is now the earliest date on record for a storm with a “K” name, after meteorologists identified Tropical Storm Kyle on Friday. Five have hit the U.S., and the current pace eclipses 2005 when a record 28 storms, including Hurricane Katrina, roared out of the Atlantic. While 2020 storms have been weak,...

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