NASA: ‘Godzilla’ El Niño expected to get stronger in 2016

This El Nino Is Probably Getting Stronger in 2016

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.

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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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