EL NIÑO RETURNS: A LOOK AT THE CLIMATE PHENOMENON
El Niño is a climate phenomenon that occurs when ocean temperatures in the equatorial Pacific become warmer than average.
This warming can affect weather patterns worldwide, causing droughts, floods, and other extreme weather events.
After three consecutive years of neutral conditions, El Niño has returned in 2021.
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Scientists are monitoring the situation closely to determine the extent of its impact on global weather patterns.
El Niño is just one of many factors that can influence weather and climate, but its effects can be significant and far-reaching.
NASA Earth Observatory provides detailed analysis and imagery to help scientists and the public better understand this complex phenomenon.
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