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Cuba is expected to see an increase in hurricane activities from June to November this year due to a combination of warm temperature on the sea surface and the inhibition of El Nino phenomenon, a Cuban expert said on Sunday.

Jose Rubiera, director of the National Forecast Center of the Institute of Meteorology of Cuba, also said that the Atlantic Ocean would have high temperatures while the Pacific was neutral, as a result of the weakening of El Nino and the oscillation of winds from the south, an excellent condition for hurricane activity.

Within the western hemisphere, Cuba is also located in the multidecadal cycle which started in 1995 and gave power to hurricanes.


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