El Niño Could Usher in a Decade of Stronger Events

Climate Central: In Buffalo, early December meant breaking a 116-year-old record for a lack of snow. In Duluth, Minn., a newspaper reported that the temperature was 40 degrees above zero, not below. And in Miami, beachgoers stayed indoors during what had become the third-wettest December in local history, just eight days into the month. What's going on with the weather? It's the phenomenon called El Niño, which is happening now as ocean water temperatures rise above normal across the central and eastern Pacific,......

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