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What Is A Stalling Hurricane? | NBC News Now



Hurricanes like Dorian that stall over one area are becoming more common. NBC News’ Alexa Liautaud spoke with NASA scientist Timothy Hall, who wrote a study on the growing phenomenon, to find out why these types of storms are so destructive.
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What Is A Stalling Hurricane? | NBC News Now

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5 comments

  1. Well well NASA GISS propagana. Sea Levels aren't rising, temperatures aren't warming Mr. Hall; YOUR OWN OBSERVED DATA saya just that!

    And then to make a veiled allusion to CO2 as the cause of stalling hurricanes is ludicrous; does he even know how the upper atmospheric currents work? He even makes a veiled dig at more people and more infrastructure being a bad thing.

  2. where is dorian Now. kudos to the woman that took in all those dogs.

  3. This was interesting and informative! He really explained it in words I could understand. I feel very sad for the Bahama's. Complete devastation. There's just no way to rebuild all that.
    The money to rebuild, where is all of that coming from? I was wondering why it stalled, because this isn't the first hurricane to do this. Good job, thank you for explaining it so well.

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