La Nina Weakening, Its Future Unclear

February 7, 2012

Key indicators in the Pacific Ocean indicate weakening of the La Nina over the past month, as sea temperatures have warmed up in the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean.  It is hard to know whether this is the “beginning of the end”  of the  La Nina ,  or just a temporary fluctuation.   It is not the first time La Nina has weakened.   Steady warming of the equatorial seas also occurred in October and November.  This was followed by renewed La Nina strengthening (cooling) in December and early January... subscribers continue to full story...


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