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The US is in for a brutal—and expensive—hurricane season

Tropical Storm Arthur petered out near Bermuda after dumping rain on North Carolina.

A potent combination of ocean conditions brewing in both the Pacific and Atlantic have climate scientists worried that 2020 could be one of the most active hurricane seasons on record. And with recovery and rebuilding resources stretched thin by the coronavirus pandemic, the economic toll of those storms that make landfall could be more painful than usual.

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