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'Bermuda High' May Have Cut Irma Damage by $150B

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 01:14
A weather system that "acts like a sort of traffic cop" in the Atlantic may have saved the US $ 150 billion and change after it helped shift Hurricane Irma's path and mitigate the storm's damage in Florida. Bloomberg reports it was originally estimated the massive hurricane would cost in the... Science from Newser

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