Published On: Fri, May 23rd, 2014

A less active hurricane season this year due to “El Niño”

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An early development of the climate phenomenon known as “El Niño” is one of the keys for the upcoming hurricane season, which starts on June 1st, and should be less active than the normal.

According to experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States (NOAA), there is a 50% chance that in the next few months this phenomenon occurs, which causes increased weather instability, with more heavy rain in South America and fewer Atlantic hurricanes.

National Geographic website posted the following statement: Hurricanes look less likely this summer, said federal forecasters on Thursday, foreseeing an El Niño event that will reduce the number of Atlantic storms threatening coastal homes.

According to the agency, the 2014 hurricane season would have 8 to 13 tropical storms, of which few would reach the hurricane category and one or two would be highly dangerous.





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