Skip to comments.El Nino Could Be a Monster This Year
Posted on 04/15/2014 11:49:42 AM PDT by BenLurkin
Official NOAA Climate Prediction Center estimates peg the odds of El Niños return at 50 percent, but many climate scientists think that is a lowball estimate. And there are several indications that if it materializes, this years El Niño could be massive, a lot like the 1997-98 event that was the strongest on record.
(Excerpt) Read more at realclearscience.com ...
We need the rain.
The same "scientists" who are still clinging to manmade global warming that is turning women (especially minority women) into prostitutes and sex slaves?
If this past winter was any indication of what this summer has in store it will be a wet cold summeer.
The earth is cooling. We should raise taxes to stop el nino.
The article excerpted above from realclearscience.com is an excerpted article from wired.com. Here’s the link to the complete article:
There are cult globull climate change scientists (decreasing in numbers) and real climate scientists.
I wonder what www.wattsupwiththis.com has to say about it.
For a more in depth and authoritative read on the subject
Next El Nino is not that certain
Proper link for Watts Up With That?
And here’s an article about El Nino posted April 14; if it’s on Watts’ site, is not tainted with globull climate change idiocy:
In other news, climate-alarmists around the world reacted with remorse at the now-expected end of the California drought, lamenting the loss of all the extreme weather effects and crises resulting from said drought...California officials, in turn, shifted gears and instructed staff to reword pending emergency aid requests (Federal) to replace ‘drought/extreme weather condition’ with ‘flood/excessive precipitation/severe weather effect’...
We are overdue for an El Nino...about every 7-8 years.
Can we go back to the first 30 years of my life when we merely referred to this stuff as “weather”?
Ha, I am still suffering PTSD from being raised in a era of the predicted coming Ice Age...
It reached it's most ridiculous just a couple of days ago when I saw numerous references to a pollen vortex - what the hell? Weather stories and predictions may have jumped the shark at that point.
Probably another La Nada.
Tucson gets nice cool wet summers for El Ninos, hope it’s the biggest ever.
We’re DOOMED I tell you DOOMED. now where did I put my tin foil hat.
Let it rain.
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