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Hurricane Ian, whose wide eye is shown here, is among the strongest storms to strike the U.S. coast. New research finds that rapidly intensifying hurricanes such as Ian will develop faster and grow wetter in a future marked by continued fossil fuel reliance. (Image: NASA)

Hurricane Ian, whose wide eye is shown here, is among the strongest storms to strike the U.S. coast. New research finds that rapidly intensifying hurricanes such as Ian will develop faster and grow wetter in a future marked by continued fossil fuel reliance. (Image: NASA)

Hurricane Ian, whose wide eye is shown here, is among the strongest storms to strike the U.S. coast. New research finds that rapidly intensifying hurricanes such as Ian will develop faster and grow wetter in a future marked by continued fossil fuel reliance.

(Image: NASA)

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