How Changing Ocean Currents and Temperatures are Impacting Hurricanes and Typhoons

With Hurricane Michael headed toward the Florida panhandle, I wanted to talk to you briefly about why scientists believe hurricanes and typhoons are becoming more intense. The culprit appears to be an increase in water temperatures and changing currents.

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