Hurricanes and climate change: What's the connection?
Year to year, it's hard to predict how bad a hurricane season will be. But scientists say climate change is making hurricanes worse, specifically when it comes to how destructive they are when hitting land.
Dr. Kristen Corbosiero is Assistant Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the University at Albany. She studies the structure and intensity change of tropical cyclones.
"We can definitely see changes in hurricane impacts, and we think those will continue to get worse," said Corbosiero.
When Corbosiero talks about Impacts, she means the path of destruction a hurricane...