Recent editorials from Florida newspapers:
Miami Herald asks why people believe hurricane science but ignore rising sea levels:
Here's one sure bet about the hundreds gathering for the annual Governor's Hurricane Conference, which runs this week in West Palm Beach: They'll all want to hear forecasters' predictions on how active the 2018 hurricane season is going to be.
And whenever a tropical storm forms in the Atlantic Ocean, they'll keep a nervous eye on the computers' predicted hurricane paths. They'll become fluent on wind speeds and shear, drops in barometric pressure, cones of uncertainty.
They'll be talking, in other words,...