Atlantic ‘loop current’ sparks hurricane season concern
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Atlantic ‘loop current’ sparks hurricane season concern


Climatologists and oceanographers warn that the 2022 hurricane season is likely to be particularly active, due to the Atlantic ‘loop current’ venturing unusually far into the Gulf.

In an online article, Professor Nick Shay, an oceanographer at the University of Miami, described the loop current as the “800-pound gorilla of Gulf hurricane risks”, which looks “remarkably similar to the way it did in 2005, the year...

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