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Popular Science invited me to cover the second half of the active 2017 hurricane season for their website. My coverage began with Hurri... thumbnail 1 summary   |  01:50

Popular Science invited me to cover the second half of the active 2017 hurricane season for their website. My coverage began with Hurricane Irma in September and continued through the string of storms that followed.

  1. November 11, 2017: The 2017 hurricane season is finally fading away. But what comes next?
  2. October 17, 2017: Dangerous hurricanes come in all shapes and sizes (literally)
  3. October 12, 2017: Hurricane Ophelia is one extremely weird storm
  4. October 6, 2017: Nate could hit the Gulf Coast as a hurricane on Saturday night
  5. October 4, 2017: Another hurricane could threaten the Gulf Coast this weekend
  6. October 3, 2017: The conditions to blame for 2017's wildly destructive hurricane season
  7. September 29, 2017: This hurricane season has been brutal—but it's not over yet. What's coming next?
  8. September 22, 2017: The anatomy of a hurricane
  9. September 19, 2017: Hurricane Maria proves how difficult it is to predict a storm's devastation
  10. September 15, 2017: Stuck in a hurricane? Don't forget to look out for tornadoes.
  11. September 14, 2017: Tropical Storm Jose may leave the U.S. alone—but it's too soon to know for sure
  12. September 9, 2017: What Florida residents should expect from Hurricane Irma
  13. September 7, 2017: The massive, record-breaking Hurricane Irma is on its way to Florida
  14. September 5, 2017: Hurricane Irma threatens the United States with power rarely seen







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