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There’s a growing consensus that the sea level rise and higher temperatures in the last hundred years have already impacted storms like Ian, which raked Florida last week, and may continue to do so in the future.
With the death toll from Hurricane Ian rising and hundreds of thousands of people without power in Florida and the Carolinas, U.S. officials vowed Sunday to unleash an unprecedented amount of federal disaster aid as crews scrambled to rescue people still trapped by floodwaters.
The National Hurricane Center began tracking a second system headed for the Caribbean along with an Atlantic tropical wave already with high chances to become the season’s next tropical depression or storm.
The Space Coast's two most prolific launch providers hope to clear a backlog of missions with three back-to-back flights this coming week, a cadence deemed necessary after Hurricane Ian forced them to stand down.
As they begin to assess groves damaged by Hurricane Ian, Southwest Florida citrus growers are seeing conditions potentially worse than after Hurricane Irma, which played a key role in citrus production falling by more than one-third in 2017.
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