An El Niño weather pattern could limit hurricane production in the Atlantic Ocean this summer, giving Hurricane Hunter pilots fewer trips into the center of storms like this one — Fran in 1996.
An El Niño weather pattern could limit hurricane production in the Atlantic Ocean this summer, giving Hurricane Hunter pilots fewer trips into the center of storms like this one — Fran in 1996. CHIP EAST AP
An El Niño weather pattern could limit hurricane production in the Atlantic Ocean this summer, giving Hurricane Hunter pilots fewer trips into the center of storms like this one — Fran in 1996. CHIP EAST AP

Steamy El Niño expected to keep Atlantic hurricanes in check

July 13, 2015 4:56 PM

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