El Niño is a weather pattern that occurs every few years in the Pacific Ocean.
It can affect weather patterns around the world, including in Florida.
In Florida, El Niño can bring about a rainy, cool dry season.
However, climate change may affect this pattern and make it less predictable.
Warmer ocean temperatures can weaken the effects of El Niño in Florida.
This could lead to less rainfall and warmer temperatures during the dry season.
Scientists are studying the effects of climate change on El Niño and its impact on Florida's weather patterns.