El Niño could make U.S. weather more extreme during 2014

Scientific American: Unusual weather across the U.S. and other parts of the world just became more likely for this summer and autumn. That's because the chances have gone up that El Niño--an atmospheric pattern driven by water temperature changes in the Pacific Ocean--will develop during that time, according to the nation's leading climate experts. When El Niño settles in, it has major effects on weather conditions nationally and globally. Scientists speaking at a press conference yesterday afternoon said the odds......

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