Willis Research Sees Fewer, but Stronger, Hurricanes in Future Years

 Friday, August 31, 2012

 Insurance Journal

New research from the Willis Research Network (WRN) addresses scientific forecasts that “global warming is likely to lead to stronger tropical cyclones, but also that the overall global frequency of tropical storms and hurricanes is likely to decrease.”

WRN’s report indicates that “the overall damage caused by the fewer, but stronger, Atlantic hurricanes of the coming century may remain similar to the damage of the more frequent, weaker storms of the 20th century.”
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