Climate change's impact on hurricane season Share this page Send by email Climate change is changing hurricane season as we know it. Storms are slower, wetter and stronger. Find out how scientists are grappling with these changes. tags: hurricanehurricane seasonclimate changeNOAA ↑ Back to top about author Follow Author On:Array node bottom quicktabs related articlesrecent articles article How we know if a storm surge is coming The technology behind storm surge protectionSeptember 5, 2019 Before Hurricane Florence, USGS installed sensors... article Hate Skeeters? It’s Going to Get Worse. Mosquito season is getting longer, according to Climate CentralMay 31, 2019 Summer Fun...ExtendedWhatever it is... video Cornhole with a scientist: Urban Bees Producer Frank Graff chats urban bees with entomologist Elsa Youngsteadt, Ph.D, over a game of cornhole. video What we learned from Hurrricane Florence Scientists warn that Florence was not just a storm for the history books. It is a glimpse into the future of hurricanes... video NC company develops treatment for Covid-19 A potential new treatment of Covid-19 patients is being developed in Clayton, North Carolina. It uses antibodies... video Telling apart COVID-19, allergies and the flu How to tell the difference between COVID-19, allergies and the flu. video Wearable health technology could aid in coronavirus effort A conversation with RTI International researcher Robert Furberg about how technology like Fitbits and smart watches can... video Why vaccines take so long to develop Researchers say it will be a year to 18 months before we have a COVID-19 vaccine.