NASA says 2015’s scarcely heated El Niño will expected get stronger in 2016. Based on satellite images, NASA says this El Niño is moulding adult to be as clever as a one from 1997, that might have contributed to a Great Ice Storm of 1998.
NASA says a corresponding comparison of this year to 1997 shows there’s a lot of comfortable H2O in a Pacific Ocean. The group said: “The images uncover scarcely identical, scarcely high sea aspect heights along a equator in a executive and eastern Pacific: a signature of a large and absolute El Niño.”
Scientists don’t know accurately how El Niño will take figure in a entrance months.
But an advisory from a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says it expects above-average flood in a southern U.S. and drier than normal conditions in a north.
See some-more of a effects of El Niño:
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