El Nino Update

This might be right, however, the record breaking cold in huge areas, especially in Asia suggest the drop can be a lot sooner.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

Most of the indicators are now pointing to ENSO-neutral conditions by late spring/early summer.

The latest ENSO update from the NWS shows the warm water in the central and eastern Pacific continuing to break up and dissipate.

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The change in the last four weeks is evident:

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More significantly, there has been a dramatic reduction in upper ocean temperatures since the middle of January, with them virtually back to average.

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Negative anomalies largely remain below the surface, but are spreading eastwards. Once the remaining hot spot has evaporated away in the east, there will be an awful lot of cold water around.

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All of this warmth at the sea surface has had to go somewhere, and that somewhere is the atmosphere. The UAH anomaly has jumped from 0.54C to 0.83C. However, this sort of increase is not uncommon during El Ninos – there was a jump of 0.27C…

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  1. For example; Mongolia: Deadly Cold, Heavy Snow blamed on Global Warming

    “More evidence that global warming is spreading its icy tentacles across the entire Northern Hemisphere; devex reports that global warming is freezing Mongolian livestock, and preventing the grass from growing in the Summer.” http://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/03/07/mongolia-deadly-cold-heavy-snow-blamed-on-global-warming/

    Another example; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewXpV-vwcy0

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