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All about <b>La Niña</b> - redOrbit
redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online The month of June set a new all-time heat record with an average global temperature of 61.2 degrees – five ...
<b>La</b>-<b>Nina</b> of 2012 Impacts on Honolulu Hawaii - Meteorology <b>...</b>
During the La-Nina event January temps were normal 71% of the month at the, with above temps 23% of the month and 6% of the month found the temps ...
January 2012- March 2012 <b>La</b>-<b>Nina</b> Impacts on Austin TX Climate <b>...</b>
This shows that during the month of January this year temps were normal to above normal which is common during a La-Nina phase of the atmosphere.
Repeating <b>La Niña</b> Hitting Its Peak: NASA - Science News - redOrbit
Jan 21, 2012 ... La Niña, “the diva of drought,” is peaking, increasing the odds that the Pacific Northwest will have more stormy weather this winter and spring, ...
<b>La Nina</b> Coming Back For Another Season - Science News - redOrbit
Sep 9, 2011 ... U.S. forecasters said Thursday that La Nina is returning for another season, bringing more droughts, heavy rains and severe weather.
<b>La Nina</b> Blamed For The Blizzard Of 2011 - Science News - redOrbit
Feb 3, 2011 ... The current winter storm — being called the blizzard of 2011 — is possibly a product of the La Nina phenomenon that has been affecting the ...
Is <b>La Nina</b> Coming To An End? - Science News - redOrbit
May 23, 2011 ... The UN weather agency said on Monday that the La Nina weather pattern is easing and there are no signs that suggest a resurgence in the ...
NOAA: Expect More Hurricanes Due To <b>La Nina</b> - Science News <b>...</b>
Sep 10, 2010 ... The active hurricane season could get even busier due to the strengthening of the La Nina climate system, the National Oceanic and ...
Jan 26, 2011 ... The La Nina weather pattern circulating through the eastern-central Pacific Ocean, which is behind the floods and extreme conditions in ...
<b>La Nina</b> Expected To Strengthen Within Coming Months - Science <b>...</b>
Oct 12, 2010 ... The UN weather agency said on Monday that the disruptive La Nina weather pattern in the Pacific basin should strengthen over the next four to ...
WMO Predicts Pacific <b>La Nina</b> This Year - Science News - redOrbit
Jul 7, 2010 ... La Nina is likely to cool the tropical Pacific waters in the months ahead, causing stronger monsoons throughout Asia and eastern Australia.
<b>La Nina</b> May Be to Blame for Recent Shark Attacks - Science News <b>...</b>
Jun 1, 2008 ... A shark expert in the United States said Friday that cooler ocean water temperatures as a result of La Nina might have caused the wave of fatal ...
<b>La Nina</b> Slows Global Warming - Science News - redOrbit
Apr 4, 2008 ... UN meteorologists say the cooling effect of the La Nina current in the Pacific will cause global temperatures to drop slightly this year. Global ...
Feb 28, 2007 ... Forecasters warned Tuesday that a La Nina weather pattern - the nasty flip side of El Nino - is brewing, bringing with it the threat of more ...
All about <b>La Nina</b> - redOrbit
Sep 18, 2012 ... El Nino and its partner La Nina, the warm and cold phases in the eastern half of the tropical Pacific, play havoc with climate worldwide.
Word of the Day
monteith
  • A large punch-bowl of the eighteenth century, usually of silver and with a movable rim, and decorated with flutings and a scalloped edge. It was also used for cooling and carrying wine-glasses.
  • A kind of cotton handkerchief having white spots on a colored ground, the spots being produced by a chemical which discharges the color.
This word is possibly named after Monteith (Monteigh), 'an eccentric 17th-century Scotsman who wore a cloak scalloped at the hem.'
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Since we are assured that the all-wise Creator has observed the most exact proportions of number, weight and measure in the make of all things, the most likely way therefore to get any insight into the nature of those parts of the Creation which come within our observation must in all reason be to number, weigh and measure.

- Stephen Hales (1677 - 1761)
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