Satellite data show the tropical Atlantic ocean is almost 3 degrees Celsius hotter than normal. See the full article via the link below: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article276566946.html
When a hurricane hits land, the destruction can be visible for years or even decades. Less obvious, but also powerful, is the effect hurricanes have on the oceans. See the full article via the link below: https://theconversation.com/hurricanes-push-heat-deeper-into-the-ocean-than-scientists-realized-boosting-long-term-ocean-warming-new-research-shows-206920
Study explains why Orcas are attacking boats in the Strait of Gibraltar
The ocean is rapidly heating up, hitting record-breaking levels. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that ocean surface temperatures spiked in April and May to the highest levels recorded since the 1950s. See the video below.