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As we discussed in our June 2018 post, Observed Slowdown in Tropical Cyclone Motion May Portend More Harvey-Like Rainstorms, the forward speed of tropical cyclones (which includes all hurricanes, tropical storms, and tropical depressions) has decreased globally by about 10% since 1949, and we’ve seen a 20% slow-down in storm translation speed over land for Atlantic storms since then. There is at least one modeling study that has found that human-caused climate change can be expected to cause such effects.
originally posted by: BlueJacket
a reply to: CharlesT
Im gonna make a fist and bring it down, then wiggle my fingers up simulating nuking the hurricane! Thatll fix it