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Warming weather may boost hurricane strength

Hurricane winds grew about 8% stronger per decade over a 40-year study period, according to findings published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and researchers say global warming may be behind the increase. "[O]ur results don't tell us precisely how much of the trends are caused by human activities and how much may just be natural variability," says James Kossin, the study's lead author.

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