Threat of major storms increase

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By Daniel Elizondo
Forecasters have predicted a normal to above normal hurricane season for 2016 as El Niño continues to weaken, but for Gulf coast residents, it still poses a threat for one storm that could be devastating. Meteorologist Donald Jones at the National Weather Service in Lake Charles said El Niño is beginning to weaken through the summer months, however, the bad news is that La Niña typically follows the weather pattern with warm, drier conditions.


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