Hurricane season just ended. Looking back on devastating storms like Harvey, Irma and Maria, you may wonder if climate change played a role. Carl Parker, hurricane specialist with The Weather Channel, says there’s little room for doubt that climate change is making hurricanes more intense. The main reason? Warmer ocean waters, he says, “there’s going to be more fuel, more power, for the hurricanes.”READ MORE ►
2017's hurricane season is over. Why was it so bad?