Sun could have impact on hurricanes, study finds

A study by scientists at Florida State University found the sun's 11-year sunspot cycle could have an impact on the number of hurricanes that make landfall in the U.S. When the ocean is warm and there are few sunspots, more hurricanes tend to form, experts note. This year will see the sunspot cycle at a 100-year low, they add.

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