Tropical cyclones are peaking farther away from tropics, study finds

05/14/2014 | ABC News

Tropical cyclones -- known as hurricanes in North America -- are peaking closer to the poles rather than the tropics, according to research appearing in the journal Nature. That's potentially problematic because it means "you're going to hit more population areas," according to Yale University historian and cartographer Bill Rankin, who did not participate in the research.

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