August 13, 2022
New prediction about the future of La Nina
SOUTHLAND – (INT) - A long-running La Nina partly responsible for California’s drought will be around for a while longer.

The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) said Thursday that below-average sea surface temperatures in the Central Pacific and west wind anomalies are indicative of a prolonged La Nina.

While the condition may briefly weaken in the coming weeks, there is a 61% chance it will re-strengthen again this fall and coming winter.

The CPC’s prediction covers California and the Northern Hemisphere into early winter.

La Nina is opposite to El Nino which has been known to favor above normal precipitation.
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