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Japan sees 60 percent chance of La Nina continuing through winter

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's weather bureau said on Tuesday that it estimated that a La Nina weather pattern has emerged and that there was a 60 percent possibility that the phenomenon would last through the winter months December to February.
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