According to NOAA Climate Expert, the long-awaited El-Nino has arrived.
Yesterday, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has released an EL-Nino Advisory report.
El-Nino refers to the cycle of cold and hot temperature that is measured with surface temperature of tropical and eastern Pacific Ocean Sea.
However, this time El-Nino would not leave a considerable impact on global weather and weather patterns. Climate Experts reported that El-Nino is too weak to affect the upcoming four consecutive droughts of California.
Nonetheless, it would probably influence a few regions of the Northern Hemisphere. This year, it is expected to transform the usual weather conditions into a bit wetter one.
Mike Halpert, director of NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, declares the arrival of El Nino. He states that all the latest observation of western and central equatorial Pacific Ocean confirms that El-Nino is finally here. Numerous climate prediction models indicate that El-Nino will persist till summer season.
A group of climate predictor notifies that there are 50 to 60 percent chances that the condition will continue throughout summer.
El-Nino is significant because it is directly connected with chances of weather changes. Even though, El-Nino occurs all around the globe, but its affects are stronger in regions near the tropics.
Normally, fishermen of Peru observe El-Nino before the rest of the world.