Global Warming Makes a Positive Impact on Florida Hurricanes

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According to scientists, warmer oceans produce stronger crosswinds (wind shear) which seems to be a factor in halting the development and strength of hurricanes in Florida and the United States. Researchers have found that oceans have been warming for over a century. Other studies say that the more frequent and powerful hurricanes are the result of the warmer temperatures of the ocean.

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