New York City’s ‘once-a-century’ storms could become ‘once-a-decade’

Agence France-Presse: Massive storm surges that statistically threaten New York City once a century could occur at intervals from three to 20 years by 2100, according to estimates by US scientists published Tuesday. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Princeton University built a computer model that simulated tens of thousands of storms under different scenarios for global warming. In the model, intense storms become more frequent by the period from 2081 to 2100, a finding that backs......

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