Future Storminess: Hurricanes & Tornadoes in a Warmer World

It’s official. As of June 1st, hurricane season is upon us, and it lasts till November. What storms will be like in the future is an important question, Scientists have yet to work out all the answers, but in this talk, you can expect to learn about some important clues. According to our speaker, Dr. Jim Elsner, hurricanes are getting stronger, driven by the increas¬ing ocean warmth; and tornadoes are arriving in bigger and more powerful bunches.

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