Hurricanes and storms are the talk of the town that’s all because Hurricane Florence has hit the Carolinas, whereas Typhoon Mangkhut has struck the Philippines. It’s all been going on but the point to ponder it actually gives the world is what actually making these severe hurricanes to is struck that often (Hurricane Harvey 2017). It’s along-debate which is not going to see fully-agreed results that soon.
Dozens of scientists group are digging out realities and collecting facts that what leads to more hurricanes. Amid all that one group of scientists has claimed that global warming is adding more to the hurricanes and if it remains the same in the future one can witness even more and frequent hurricanes.
These hurricanes notoriously also bring heavy rain in the affected areas, which leads to the worst. Even in the case of Florence, some parts of the Carolinas are prone to excessive rainfall that can cause 10-15 inches of water standing.
Although it will be untimely to associate any of the hurricanes, even the latest with global warming one can’t deny the role of warming caused due to human-factors in the rainfall it brings along with it.
It should be noted here that climate change is an issue as a whole, whereas global warming is one of the reasons for it. It won’t be wrong to say that both go hands in hands, at least when it’s about Planet Earth. Recently, the scientists have predicted El Nino event hitting the world this year, which would mean more rise in temperature; more warming of Earth.
If this pattern could be relatable between global warming and hurricanes than it could lead to worst. Not to forget, increase in hunger rates is even associated with the climate change by the experts.