Rare ‘triple’ La Niña climate event looks likely — what does the future hold?

Bobby Little

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Mar 18, 2013
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Interesting article. States The occurrence of two consecutive La Niña winters in the Northern Hemisphere is common, but having three in a row is relatively rare. A ‘triple dip’ La Niña — lasting three years in a row — has happened only twice since 1950.

 

James K

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Interesting article. I'd originally heard it'd end sometime this spring/summer. .
I guess I should expect a dry fall, and 1st part of winter(ie:December) then start getting snow again in January...and a blast of bitter cold sometime in February....
.lol.