How Global Warming Is Turbocharging Monster Storms Like Hurricane Florence

This article discusses How Global Warming Is Turbocharging Monster Storms Like Hurricane Florence.

The numbers released later by the NWS tell the story: more than 26 inches of rainfall in Wilmington, nearly 36 inches in Elizabethtown—about half a year’s worth of precipitation. In a week, more than 8 trillion gallons of rain fell on North ­Carolina. The storm put about 10,000 people in shelters and left hundreds of thousands without power. At least 37 died in the storm.

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