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During the last 4-weeks ending May 20, 2017, Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the eastern tropical
Pacific Ocean remained above average, but weakened; while SSTs in central tropical Pacific Ocean,br />
The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) returned to a neutral state during the last four weeks indicators close to their average values During the four weeks ending February 25, 201
The peak in La Niña conditions usually occur during December to January, presently weak La Niña conditions were observed and continued throughout December, 2016 and into January
La Niña Watch Remains: La Niña Conditions Declared and Favoured for the rest of the 2016 Wet Season.
La Niña Watch Remains: La Niña Favoured To Develop In Coming Three Months But with reduced probability earlier forecasts slightly favoured La Niña to develop during the.....
La Niña Watch Remains: La Niña Favoured To Develop In Coming Three Months But With Reduced Probability
A strong El Niño persists, but during the last four weeks ocean temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific have shown a slow cooling