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Hurricane Matthew Signals the Climate Change Devastation that Lies Ahead as the Planet Warms

This story originally appeared on The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Major storms such as Hurricane Matthew, which has slammed into Haiti and is now headed towards the U.S., will grow in menace as the world warms and sea levels rise, scientists have warned. Hurricane Matthew is already feared to have caused seven deaths after it hit Haiti and the Dominican Republic on Tuesday, bringing 145mph winds, pounding rain and storm surges to coastal communities.
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