US hurricane season is starting earlier each season – here’s why it’s more dangerous

The North Atlantic tropical cyclone season is creeping forward by five days per decade as the ocean warms, and becoming more dangerous to people, a new study has warned.

The date that the first named storm strikes land in the United States each season, such as Alison that killed 41 people in June 2001, has now moved forward some
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