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U.S. forecasters said Thursday that La Nina is returning for another season, bringing more droughts, heavy rains and severe weather.
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., July 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A Wyle climate scientist has provided expertise during a formal U.S. visit to Taiwan for discussions on mutual cooperative activities on monsoon prediction training efforts. Dr.
Millions of Americans are dealing with an above average year for storms as an atmospheric phenomenon continues to churn in the eastern Pacific Ocean with little chance of dissipating soon.
With the recent emergence of record-breaking cold snaps all over the world, climate experts say that it doesnâ€™t disprove global warming, but is only a blip in the long-term heating trend.
The US Climate Prediction Center (CPC) said on Thursday that La Nina weather will remain until spring of this year, but should gradually weaken during that time.
A La Nina, a mild cooling of the tropical Pacific Ocean which can affect weather in other areas, is being forecast for spring.