Hurricanes are keeping their staying power longer once they make landfall, spreading more inland destruction, according to a new study.Warmer ocean waters from climate change are likely making hurricanes lose power more slowly after landfall, because they act as a reserve fuel tank for moisture, the study found. With Eta threatening Florida and the Gulf Coast in a few days, the study’s lead author warned of more damage away from the coast than in the past.The new study looked at 71 Atlantic…


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