El Niño is a weather phenomenon that results from higher than normal temperatures near the surface of the Pacific Ocean and causes severe flooding and drought in much of the world.Watch for the weather variations caused by El Nino being cited as proof of Global Warming.
In June, the Climate Prediction Center of the U.S. National Weather Service raised the chances to 90% for an El Niño to develop during the northern hemisphere summer and early fall. Ecuador’s Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology agrees with the analysis.
Friday, July 31, 2015
El Nino Odds at 90%
This report from an expat website based in Ecuador says that odds are very strong we will experience an El Nino this year and next.