Is the storm season slow to blow due to the El Nino effect?

The latest episode of Risk Radar looks into why the Atlantic Hurricane season has not got off to a roaring start with ‘record’ storm numbers anticipated.

Discussing all the ingredients required to make a storm, it is perhaps the legacy of the recent El Nino which is stalling the hurricane season, but there are other factors in play too.

Are these conditions going to last? Find out more in this early season deep dive into what’s going on weatherwise.

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Post Date: 18/06/2024

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