As Atlantic Region Braces For Another Damaging Hurricane Season, Concern GrowsMark Melin
When three disastrous hurricanes hit last year, devastation from storms such as Harvey, Irma and Maria was profound. Not only were lives lost, but at an estimated cost of $202.6 billion, they were the most expensive in US history. But that costly event, which to this day has left much of Puerto Rico without power, might not be a one-off event. The devastation could occur in 2018, forecasters say . . .
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