El NiÃ±o is back, scientists say. So get set for some freaky stuff to happen around the world this summer and fall.
Even a weak El Nino could hike global temperatures to record levels this year and into 2015.
A trend in El Nino events might explain a recent slow down in rising global temperatures -- and that trend is about to shift toward sharper warming, say scientists. Continue reading â†’
Extremely intense El NiÃ±o periods could double in frequency as the Earth's average temperature continues to rise. Continue reading â†’
Higher and colder clouds over the Pacific during El Nino years can create weather anomalies over the United States. ->
Leading scientists say the idea of blaming global warming on El Nino doesn't look so hot.
Two early-bird predictions call for another above-average hurricane season, but Spring is still a wild card of a season and conditions may change by May.
La Niña over the Pacific Ocean results in stronger winds and less rainfall over East Africa.
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