With at least 45 people dead after remnants of Hurricane Ida slammed the Northeast — more than 1,000 miles from landfall. Serious questions are being raised concerning sustainability in densely populated areas as massive storms grow in frequency. Kasha Patel, the deputy weather editor at the Washington Post, joined Cheddar to break down the historic storm and how we can expect more in the future. "We see that with all extreme weather events: heat waves, the tropical cyclones. The hurricanes are also getting more intense because of climate change," she said. "It's hard to say if it's going to be happening every year or so, but we are expected to see more unprecedented events like this."