An “extremely dangerous” hurricane bore down Tuesday on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, where the military was mobilised and tens of thousands of tourists were evacuated from hotels in top beach resorts.
Tropical Storm Lane drifts away from the Hawaiian coast.
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Depending on the hemisphere in which such aerosols are released, hurricanes in the North Atlantic would become weaker or stronger, they reported in Nature Communications.
Harvey makes a second landfall in Louisiana, a state still bearing scars from Katrina.