A strong wind shear reduces hurricanes by breaking up their ability to rise into the air, while less shear means they can climb and strengthen.
Thus, the Climate Prediction Center notes, “there tend to be more Atlantic hurricanes during La Nina because of this expanded area of low vertical wind shear.”
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