Are fewer but stronger storms ahead?
While some experts expect fewer hurricanes in the future, the strongest ones may pack bigger wallops -- and that may be a big problem for vulnerable New Jersey, where much of the population lives near water.
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#1 Oct 27, 2013
Yes/maybe/no.. forget it. Waste of time.
#2 Oct 27, 2013
That was a definitive 'maybe' or an 'it isn't provable by ME'. Some journalists wasting everyones time.
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