There’s no question that hurricanes will continue to wreak havoc on coastal areas, but a recent story in the Sun-Sentinel poses an interesting question: Are hurricanes becoming less intense?
From the Sun-Sentinel: “Florida hasn't been struck by a hurricane for a record six years, a Category 5 hasn't formed in the past four years and only seven hurricanes emerged last year, slightly above average. Already, some forecasters are calling for the upcoming season to be near normal. Some experts say it is possible tropical activity is winding down, at least temporarily, and they predict quieter seasons may be ahead. But don't exhale just yet, others say.”
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