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Warming may push hurricanes from Gulf Coast to Atlantic

Climate change could put some bend into the Atlantic's hurricanes. By the end of this century, fewer hurricanes are likely to barrel through the Caribbean Sea into the U.S. Gulf Coast, with the storms instead curving back into the Atlantic Ocean -- and possibly toward an East Coast newly sensitive to hurricanes, according to climate models developed by researchers in Hawaii and Miami.

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