Press Release

El Niño Advisory No. 5

21 June 2019

El Niño conditions continue in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific (CEEP). Since the last quarter of 2018, warmer than the normal sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) of at least 0.5ºC was observed. Majority of climate models predict that weak El Niño conditions will likely continue until the June-July-August 2019 season (>60% probability). Continue Reading


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