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La Niña reaparece # redbiogeo La Niña reappears: still weak, but expected to slightly strengthen

La Niña reappears: still weak, but expected to slightly strengthen Posted on 4 December 2011 by John Hartz The following is a reprint of a news release isssued by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) on Nov 17, 2011. La Niña conditions have re-emerged in the tropical Pacific since August 2011, according to the latest Update from the World Meteorological Organization. This La Niña is expected to persist through the end of this year and into early 2012, possibly strengthening to moderate intensity. However, it is likely to be considerably weaker than the recent episode that was linked to flooding and drought in different parts of the world. The Update is based on input from climate prediction centres and experts around the world and is an authoritative source of information on a phenomenon which has such a widespread impact on weather and climate – and lives and livel...

Full article: http://www.skepticalscience.com/news.php?n=1147

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