Forecasters Say La Nina Ending

Say goodbye to La Nina. Government forecasters say the climate changer is coming to an end, and neutral conditions are expected into the fall.

La Nina is a cooling of water in the tropical Pacific. It's the opposition of a warm-water condition known as El Nino. It can affect weather around the world.

The move to a neutral condition could help the East and Gulf Coasts. That's because the chances of the U.S. and the Caribbean seeing a hurricane are higher during La Nina.

The forecast notes that the effects of La Nina can linger in the atmospheric circulation, with diminishing strength.


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