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1.Explainer-How climate change is fueling hurricanes

Both Florida and Cuba are preparing for Hurricane Ian to bring devastating winds and storm surges to their coasts this week. ...

From : Reuters via MSN

2.Climate change is helping storms such as Hurricane Ian rapidly gain strength, experts say

As the coast braces for "historic" devastation, Ian likely won't be the last storm supercharged by a warming world ...

From : Salon via MSN

3.‘Life-Threatening' Ian Moves Closer to Gulf Coast, Tropical Storm Warning in South Florida

Florida’s Gulf Coast was bracing for Hurricane Ian as it churned toward the state and was expected to become a dangerous ...

From : NBC 6 South Florida

4.Hurricane Ian track shifts south to Sarasota, but all of Florida faces 'significant' impacts: Live updates

Hurricane Ian was forecast to roll off Cuba and then strengthen over warm, Gulf of Mexico waters to a Category 4 storm. Live ...

From : Palm Beach Post

5.Hurricane Ian strengthens into Category 4 storm, on a collision course to slam Florida Gulf Coast: Live updates

Hurricane Ian is expected to cause life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds and flooding in the Florida Peninsula.

From : Columbus Dispatch

Wikipedia sayings about how far can storm surge travel

1.Dust storm

A dust storm, also called a sandstorm, is a meteorological phenomenon common in arid and semi-arid regions. Dust storms arise when a gust front or other storm

2.Hurricane Betsy

the worst tropical cyclone since a hurricane in 1926. Betsy's strong storm surge inundated large portions of the Florida Keys, flooding streets and causing Betsy