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In the past, La Niña conditions have has brought cooler winters and decreased wind shear across the tropical Atlantic allowing more hurricanes to form. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) – U.S. forecasters have dropped the odds a weather-roiling La Niña  that can dry up crops in Brazil and trigger more Atlantic hurricanes will form by the end of 2016, but still believe it will happen.


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