And just how bad is it?
They get rather aggressive after a tropical cyclone passes through.
Meteorologists routinely retire names of severely devastating storms.
Plus: new insights into the planet’s interior.
Anatomy of a near-perfect storm
From pole to pole
This might be the strongest one to make landfall in history.
Now that the most adorable animals are under threat, surely we'll turn the tide on the warming planet.
Hurricane Sandy wasn't a "superstorm." Not because it wasn't a "super" "storm," but because "superstorm" is an imaginary scare-term that...
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