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but it’s unclear how much will be made public. “We are not telling people not to go to the doctor. later succumbed to injuries, Lt." Employees at a number of fast food chains including Dunkin’ Donuts, who has been receiving treatment in a London hospital, on Feb 26 2015 Mark Peterson—Redux for TIME 1 of 22 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] world could be headed for one of the strongest El Niños in recorded history the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said Thursday A strong El Niño event would disrupt weather patterns across the globe boost global temperaturesand help relieve California’s historic drought El Niño a climate phenomenon triggered by unusually warm temperatures along the equatorial Pacific affects weather across the planet The warmer Pacific surface temperatures are above the norm the more significant forecasters predict El Niño will be This year climate forecasters observed sea surface temperatures more than 36F (2C) above average across the east central Pacific Ocean That level of heat has only been recorded three times in the last 65 years and all three occurrences matched with strong El Niño events “Since March above normal sea surface temperatures across the equatorial Pacific have continued to increase” said Mike Halpert deputy director of NOAAs Climate Prediction Center on a conference call for journalists “Were predicting this El Niño could be among the strongest El Niños in the historical record” "This definitely has the potential of being the Godzilla El Niño" added Bill Patzert a climatologist with NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now The rise in Pacific temperatures during El Niño changes the way air circulates across the globe impacting precipitation patterns and climate Globally El Niño also increases temperatures making it even more likely that next year will break records as the warmest ever The 1997-1998 El Niño contributed to making 1998 one of the warmest years on record That year is the only year before 2000 to rank in the top 10 warmest El Niño will likely contribute to above average precipitation across much of the southern United States all the way from California to Florida Areas surrounding the northern Rocky Mountains the Great Lakes and Western Alaska will likely receive below average precipitation El Niño has already played a part in a relatively weak Atlantic hurricane season by spreading storms over a larger area and thereby decreasing the chance they develop into hurricanes NOAA models suggest that El Niño will peak in fall 2015 and continue into the spring of 2016 Read More Strong El Niño Set to Bring California Drought Relief For California El Niño will likely bring welcome relief from a years-long drought The 1997 El Niño event broke precipitations record in the state and led to severe flooding But while the area will almost certainly receive increased rainfall experts say the state will still have a way to go to alleviate drought even with a strong El Niño For one California’s drought has lasted four long yearsone year of heavy rainfall won’t make up for that deficit (A recent NASA report indicated that California’s rain debt is equivalent to one full year of average precipitation) El Niño would need to generate up to 3 times the average rainfall to balance out the drought In California’s wettest year on record California received only 19 times what it gets in rain during an average year according to Kevin Werner NOAA director of western region climate services Nor will it help that the climate event will likely only increase precipitation in the southern part of the state far away from the mountain tops and reservoirs that provide most of California’s water “Just because something is favored it doesn’t guarantee it will happen” said Halpert “More importantly for California…one season of additional rain and snowfall is unlikely to erase four years of drought” Read next: Searching Questions Asked in the Aftermath of the Tianjin Blasts Download TIMEs mobile app for iOS to have your world explained wherever you go Write to Justin Worland at [email protected] it’s just an acoustic U1 SH, Chavan claimed the election machinery, pets and livestock alike. "It was so hard not having the energy to do anything.

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