Pres­sure Cooker

Popular Science - - CHARTED -

A hur­ri­cane starts as a low­pres­sure area. It sucks in the ad­ja­cent air and gath­ers mois­ture from the balmy sea­wa­ter be­low. In 100 years, warmer ocean sur­faces will evap­o­rate more eas­ily, adding more hur­ri­cane fuel to the sys­tem.

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