Rain slows whipping hurricane winds

Taking drop drag into account could help improve forecasts

hurricane eye

EYE OF THE STORM  Rain pouring along the edges of the eye of a hurricane, such as during 2010’s Hurricane Igor (shown), slow the storm’s winds, new research suggests.


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