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El Niño’s arrival is imminent and there’s a 90% chance it lasts all year, forecasters say

The Hill | May 11, 2023

El Niño is likely to take over soon — and odds are it will be sticking around for a long time, national forecasters said in an update Thursday.

While the Northern Hemisphere is still under “ENSO-neutral” conditions — meaning we are neither in an El Niño nor La Niña — that could change at any time. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center said there is about an 80% chance the transition to El Niño takes place between May and July.

3 Comments on El Niño’s arrival is imminent and there’s a 90% chance it lasts all year, forecasters say

  1. El Nino – all aided, abetted, steered and prolonged by the “weather modifiers” or the (real) “climate changers” ever pushing their covert agenda of terraforming the planet for the new “digital age” — digitized trees and digitized people – who could ask for anything more or “what could possibly go wrong.”

  2. These 2 hispanic terms have always sounded like some made up multicultural labels instead of meteorological classifications.

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