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Hurricane Matthew Was A Deceptively Powerful Storm

Originally published on Nexus Media. By Jeremy Deaton As Hurricane Matthew barreled toward the Southeast, millions of Americans fixated on a single measure of its destructive power: wind speed. While they tracked miles per hour like adrenaline junkies watching a speedometer, they took their eyes off a far more important factor. It was rain, not [&hellip Hurricane Matthew Was A Deceptively Powerful Storm was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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