NOAA says there is a high chance that La Niña conditions will develop by this fall and persist through the winter ahead. For this reason, NOAA has now issued a La Niña watch. La Niña can influence hurricane season and temperature and precipitation patterns around the Globe. The US has already experienced extreme cold after heatwave temperatures. The damages to crops and food production from this change are likely to be very high.
Meanwhile we have sunshine and clear blue sky today in Southern Spain with 31 Centigrade and 50% humidity. Wind: 16 KPH E. How are conditions on your part of the planet? Comment below, including your location. It is always great to hear the local perspectives from our global community.
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