Climate change and hurricanes

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Climate change might actually weaken hurricanes rather than intensifying them!

A new study suggests global warming could alter the direction of winds, to steer hurricanes away from the east coast, out toward the Atlantic Ocean, by the next century.

The study also suggested that weather systems like the one that pushed Hurricane Sandy into the northeast would be less likely to form.