La Niña conditions are still in place, but a transition to neutral is looming. Our blogger takes stock of the season.
La Niña is forecast to hang on for just a few more months. Meanwhile, November was an active month in the tropics.
This month, all signs are pointing to the presence of La Niña conditions.
Odds are back on for the development of La Niña this fall. Our blogger discusses what happened during September to change the forecast.
The odds of La Niña have dropped since last month, and forecasters have dropped the La Niña Watch. Our blogger explains what's happening.
Even when the tropical Pacific is coasting along in neutral, there’s plenty to talk about.
El Nino is over! What's next in the exciting world of the tropical Pacific?
Forecasters place the odds of La Niña developing by the fall at 75%. We'll dig into the thinking behind this forecast, as well as some fun facts about La Niña.
This month, we’re in both an El Niño Advisory and a La Niña Watch.
El Niño is weakening. What impacts did it have on winter weather? And what's this about La Niña?