Surface sea temperatures are building in the Pacific making an early summer El Nino more likely. Credit NOAA via Climate Central
Early Summer El Nino + Global Warming Likely to Set Heat Recordsreports Andrea Thompson at Climate Central. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting that an El Nino weather cycle could start between May and July.
This will likely warm global temperatures more than expected, although the extreme effects on US temperatures probably won’t be felt until fall or winter. Some experts are predicting it will be the strongest El Nino in decades. Check out this great video El Nino 2014: What Are the Odds? to find out more.
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