Photo: Strong Hurricanes Getting Stronger; Warming Is Blamed



Photographed from the International Space Station, Hurricane Felix swirls near Jamaica in September 2007.

A 2008 study based on satellite data says the strongest hurricanes are getting even stronger due to warming seas that fuel the storms.

Photograph courtesy NASA


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