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El Nino is over! What's next in the exciting world of the tropical Pacific?
It's been a tough year for the globe's coral and the scientists who use coral to paint a picture of ENSO back thousands of years.
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.
Guest blogger Amy Butler explains how changes in the stratospheric polar vortex can influence the "usual" effects of El Niño on the climate in the Northern Hemisphere.
This month, we’re in both an El Niño Advisory and a La Niña Watch.
The 2015-2016 El Niño will go down as one of the strongest on record, and also, thanks to El Niño Rapid Response Campaign, one of the best observed.
El Niño is weakening. What impacts did it have on winter weather? And what's this about La Niña?
Where are my El Niño impacts?!
How strong is our strong El Niño? And what could El Niño have to do with the Denver Broncos? Blogger Emily Becker answers questions about ENSO events, current and past.
How likely is a La Niña the year after an El Niño, and in particular after a strong one like this year's? IRI's Tony Barnston analyzes the history of ENSO behavior since 1950 for a possible answer.