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Across the world, cyclones are creeping more slowly
Wednesday June 06th 2018, 10:15 pm

Sluggish superstorms like Hurricane Harvey – which loitered over eastern Texas for four days in 2017, dumping up to a metre of rain and causing unprecedented floods – may be commonplace in the future, if a newly identified 70-year slowdown in tropical cyclone speeds continues.

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