September Is Peak Hurricane Season. Why Is That? – NPR

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Hurricane Florence made landfall Friday morning in North Carolina. While people along large swathes of the Eastern Seaboard have been dreading the storm for days, you can say one thing: it arrived right on time. We are smack-dab in the middle of
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