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Byline: Ken Kaye
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. _ El Nino, that great hurricane slayer, is starting to resurface, scientists say _ just as the tropics are boiling with three systems.
However, don't expect El Nino to bring this already chaotic hurricane season to an early end or make it less intense, said meteorologist Jim Lushine of the National Weather Service in Miami.
"There's not an instant reaction to El Nino on the hurricane season," he said Tuesday.
On the other hand, El Nino, an atmospheric phenomenon that suppresses tropical storm formation, should be fully in place for the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, he said.
"Next season …