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How climate change is helping storms like Hurricane Ian intensify more rapidly

As Hurricane Ian roared towards Florida, it experienced a phenomenon known as rapid intensification — getting very strong, very fast. Scientists say the process of hurricanes rapidly intensifying is becoming more frequent, and is connected to the impact of human-caused climate change. Here's more.

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How climate change is helping storms like Hurricane Ian intensify more rapidly

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    How climate change is making storms like Hurricane Ian stronger more quickly

    How climate change is making storms like Hurricane Ian stronger more quickly

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    Climate change is likely also contributing to hurricanes moving more slowly.

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