No more Superstorm Sandys expected for a long time

Future conditions less likely to steer hurricanes directly into the East Coast

Hurricane Sandy slammed into New Jersey at nearly a right angle. New simulations suggest that the atmospheric conditions that allowed the hurricane to follow its unusual path (shown) will become less frequent in the future.


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