CPC Issues La Nina Watch

SAN ANTONIO — Climatologists said Thursday that the La Nina conditions that have contributed to Texas’ worst drought in decades may re-occur later this year — troubling news for the state’s beleaguered farmers and ranchers who also learned there was likely no relief in sight.

The Climate Prediction Center issued a La Nina watch on Thursday, just two months after declaring the last La Nina had ended. The phenomenon, which is marked by a cooling of the tropical Pacific Ocean, typically results in less rain for southern states.


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2 Responses to CPC Issues La Nina Watch

  1. sunsettommy says:


    does that mean the awesome powers of CO2 forcing are once again thwarted?

    Maybe it is time to worship the “child” instead.

  2. Grumpy Grampy ;) says:

    CPC must be back to drawing straws as a forecast method. One of the models they use will probably be right but they will not know which one until this time next year and it is possible that a different model will be correct for each month.

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