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The Slow, Scary Intensity Of Dorian Could Become More Common In Future Hurricanes | Mach | NBC News
Hurricane Dorian was the storm that wouldn’t move, has a category 5 storm the most intense on the scale in the northern Bahamas on a Sunday, and it just stayed there for two days for 15 hours to remove it up 1 mile per hour winds of up to 185 miles per hour by Tuesday Morning in a bit to a category 2 storm and finally begin to turn away from the Bahamas, making its way for the Carolinas 2 Days Later simply slow speeds. Extremely high. Winds are deadly combination for a hurricane move, so slowly buy conditions even larger than Dorian like high and low pressure systems. A high-pressure system that had been moving during Along Comes completely in keeping it away from floor. These types of conditions, according to a recent study in the journal Nature study, believe there is a link between climate change and slow-moving storms because he from the ocean is the energy that makes hurricanes powerful and global warming is made ocean temperatures rise, so we may see The slow scary intensity of Dorian become more common and future hurricanes play NBC News, viewers and click on any of the videos over here to watch. The latest interview show highlights and digital exclusive thanks for watching
Dorian’s 1-mile-per-hour slog across the Bahamas could become more commonplace. The powerful hurricane made landfall as a Category 5 storm and stayed put for two days.
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