A scientific storm is brewing over the hurricane-climate connection

Grist: It`s the month of July, right before the Atlantic hurricane season really gets chugging. And there are already signs that a busy year might be on the way, chief among them the unusual early appearance of a "Cape Verde-type" storm. These storms are typically sparked by atmospheric waves traveling all the way from the coast of Africa, and generally don`t appear until later in the hurricane season. And suddenly, an MIT scientist - who`s arguably the world`s top expert on hurricanes - publishes a......

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