During the 2017 hurricane season, the US receives a record three Category 4 hurricane landfalls with Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Harvey, with its record-breaking rainfall and flooding, is the second-most costly storm in US history, with an estimated $125 billion of damage done. Irma broke records with prolonged intensity, causing communities to rethink just how vulnerable we are to hurricanes, due to sea level rise. And Maria's rapid intensification and sheer strength leaves us facing the reality of... [see more] a new era of climate refugees. Can scientists determine whether these monster storms are a harbinger of more powerful hurricanes to come? With the next hurricane season just around the corner, are we prepared for the damage that might ensue given warming global waters? Houston, Jacksonville, Florida's Keys, Puerto Rico and many of the islands in the Caribbean are changed forever.