Over time, it has become increasingly clear the climate is changing. In recent years, hurricanes have made landfall along the Gulf Coast as Category 4 (Harvey, Laura, Ida, and Ian) or 5 (Michael). In the past, hurricanes would weaken as they approached land; now, they intensify. In addition to intensified tropical events, supercell thunderstorms and strong to violent tornadoes are becoming more common over the southeastern United States. Not too long ago, a seemingly routine thunderstorm ripped through The Woodlands, a suburban area north of Houston, knocking down trees and leaving people without power for days. These are just some…
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