December 3, 2021
Climatologists say that La Nina has drought role
SOUTHLAND (INT) La Nina will continue to rule the roost for the coming few months.

The opposing cousin of storm-bearing El Nino has strengthened and will be a strong factor on temperature and precipitation in California and across the country for the next three months.

The Climate Prediction Center reported Thursday that because of below-average sea surface temperatures in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, a moderate-strength La Nina will persist longer with a 90% chance into next spring.

Traditionally, that suggests below-average precipitation for California. However, there has been winters when the opposite occurred in Southern California.

La Nina may shift to a more neutral position next spring. But, there is no mention of an El Nino in the longer range outlook.
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