“Maria is developing the dreaded pinhole eye,” wrote National Hurricane Center forecaster Jack Beven Monday evening, as the storm reached Category 4 intensity. That inward contraction of a hurricane’s eye can be one telltale indicator of what hurricane gurus technically call “rapid intensification,” although a more evocative word might simply be “explosion.” Whatever you call it, it’s […]
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