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NOAA slashes El Niño chances, could impact hurricane season

Chances of an El Niño forming in the tropical Pacific Ocean over the next two months are declining, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center said in an… 469 more words

Palm Beach Forecasts

Forecast for more rain reflects increasing El Niño chances

A wet second half of November may be in the cards for Florida and the East Coast. (Credit: NOAA/ CPC)

This is the dry season, and normally fall and winter cold fronts bring in sunshine, blue skies and low humidity. 423 more words

Long-range Forecasts

Swifts, Swallows, Martins - Flickering Spirits of an African Sky

Are there easily observed birds whose fluctuating status exposes changes in the underlying ecological circumstances – revealing the true health – of an environment, be it a village, a district, or a nation? 2,520 more words

Bird-migration

Tropics perk up as Hurricane Center tracks new Atlantic system

(Image credit: NOAA/ NHC)

PM UPDATE: Subtropical Storm Fay formed at 5 p.m. in the Atlantic  and the National Hurricane Center said the storm was packing 60 mph winds as it moved north-northwest. 499 more words

Tropical Storms And Hurricanes

Summer 2014: wetter, warmer than normal in Palm Beach, South Florida

The blue areas of the map, including Palm Beach County, experienced above-normal rainfall over the summer while yellow, orange and red depict below-normal precipitation. (Credit: NOAA/ NWS-Miami) 394 more words

El Nino And La Nina

Climate by Numbers

BY MICHAEL SPECTER

It was nearly impossible to drive the back roads of southern Indiana this summer without being lulled into a trance by the monotonous perfection of the cornstalks. 5,579 more words

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Now vs. then: Unusually hostile Atlantic keeps things quiet

Satellite image shows dry air from one end of the Atlantic to the other. The only exception is in the Gulf of Mexico. (Credit: NOAA) … 565 more words

Tropical Storms And Hurricanes