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Last year was warmest ever that didn't feature an El Niño, report finds
Last year was the warmest ever recorded on Earth that didn’t feature an El Niño, a periodic climatic event that warms the Pacific Ocean, according to the annual state of the climate report by 500 climate scientists from around the world, overseen by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa) and released by the American Meteorological Society. Greg Johnson is quoted.
El Nino in the Forecast Pt 2
Nick Bond joins Bob Larson on the Fruit Grower Report for part 2 of 2 on El Nino in the Forecast.
El Nino in the Forecast Part 1
Nick Bond joins Bob Larson on the Fruit Grower Report for part 1 of 2 on El Nino in the Forecast
Climatologists bet on El Nino, warm months ahead
The odds now strongly favor an El Nino forming in the Pacific Ocean, federal climatologists said Thursday, tilting the long-range weather outlook toward a warm 2018-19 winter in the Northwest. Nick Bond is quoted.
NOAA sees warm months ahead for Northwest
The Northwest’s late spring, summer and fall likely will be hotter and drier than usual as the Pacific Ocean warms up, leading toward a possible El Nino next winter, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported Thursday. Nick Bond is quoted.