Because of climate change, hurricanes are raining harder and may be growing stronger more quickly

This article discusses the impact climate change is having on hurricanes based on several studies. It is not good.

The study, published in the journal Earth’s Future, said the added ocean heat content not only increases a storm’s rainfall but also “invigorates and enlarges the storm,” turning it into an even greater rain-producer. Two independent studies found climate warming boosted Harvey’s rainfall by about 20 to 35 percent.

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