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Why Are So Many Hurricanes Getting So Strong, So Quickly?

Newsy Wednesday, 24 October 2018
Why Are So Many Hurricanes Getting So Strong, So Quickly?Watch VideoWhat do hurricanes like Michael, Irma and Harvey all have in common? They all intensified into strong hurricanes very quickly — and storm researchers say this behavior could become more frequent as the planet warms up.

"Rapid intensification" occurs when a storm's winds increase by 35 mph in a 24-hour period....
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Hurricanes could get more severe more quickly than before, according to the scientists who study storm trends and ocean temperatures.

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