The very strong La Nina in 2010 contrasts with a fledgling La Nina presently. The La Nina is a climate anomaly that has wide reaching weather effects in the United States and Australia, affecting wheat production in both nations. This report brings you up to speed with current wheat conditions influenced by a "weak" La Nina.
Strong La Nina in 2010
The La Nina last year was very strong, producing exaggerated weather effects in Australia. To see an enormous difference in La Nina strength, see the time series of sea surface temperatures. A weak La Nina has emerged in August-September, compared to strong La Nina conditions a year earlier... subscribers continue to full story...