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Will Beryl be a Katrina for New England?or England?

Tropical Storm Beryl has formed off the US coast in the Atlantic ocean and is expected to head up past New England, where there is an unusual mass of warm ocean water off the coast of Maine at this time, and then move on to Southern Canada.

Unless Beryl changes its route, the storm will pass directly over the warm water mass, which will strengthen its force, possibly turning it into a hurricane, especially if it lingers in the area. Beryl could eventually travel to Europe, where it could also land as a hurricane. To track Beryl, click here.

Despite the danger of hurricanes, new maps developed by scientists who track population show that the population along the coastlines in most countries will increase by 35% by 2025, compared to 10 years earlier.

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