Photo: Global Warming to Decrease Hurricanes, Study Says



A NOAA satellite image shows Hurricane Felix, a Category 5 storm, making landfall in Central America on September 4, 2007.

A new study adds to the controversy over global warming and hurricanes by predicting that fewer hurricanes will form in coming years, but adds that they will be slightly stronger and wetter.

Photograph courtesy NOAA


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