What will climate change-boosted hurricanes look like? A lot like Dorian, as it turns out
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Hurricane Dorian's long, long stall over the Bahamas was the stuff of nightmares. The Category 5 monster storm lingered over the islands for nearly two days, its winds and rains still punishing communities long after rescue efforts would normally have arrived. As a Category 3 storm, it is likely to do significant damage to the United States mainland.

But Dorian's size, intensity, and slow speed may represent a new normal for hurricanes, now that a century of escalating atmospheric warming has...

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