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What is a stalling hurricane?

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Hurricanes like Dorian that stall over one area are becoming more common. NBC News' Alexa Liautaud spoke with NASA scientist Timothy Hall, who wrote a study on the growing phenomenon, to find out why these types of storms are so destructive.