giant ‘waves’ in the sky are wreaking havoc on our weather, study says

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Daniel Swain quoted in The Atlantic: What Happens If a ‘Big One’ Strikes During the Pandemic?

Hurricanes and wildfires, weather phenomena often associated with disasters, are seasonal and, therefore, inevitable. Daniel Swain, a climate scientist at UCLA, explains that both become possible in May, before usually becoming most frequent and potent from late summer through early fall.  If states are wildly successful in implementing their infection-prevention measures, Swain says, their respective COVID-19 peaks may be pushed back to late summer. In other words, right when hurricanes and wildfires may be running rampant.