Here’s a refresher on the El Nino phenomenon

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Here's a refresher on the El Nino phenomenon2

El Nino is a weather pattern that originates in the warm waters of the western Pacific Ocean. The phenomenon sees those waters moving east travelling along the equator and then settling off the shores of northwestern South America. It’s a weather pattern that typically happens every two to seven years, but it can occur more frequently.

CCTV America’s Jim Spellman reports.

Here\'s a refresher on the El Nino phenomenon

Here\'s a refresher on the El Nino phenomenon

El Nino is a weather pattern that originates in the warm waters of the western Pacific Ocean. The phenomenon sees those waters moving east travelling along the equator and then settling off the shores of northwestern South America. It's a weather pattern that typically happens every two to seven years, but it can occur more frequently. CCTV America's Jim Spellman reports.


Weather Underground’s Bob Henson discusses El Nino’s impact

CCTV America’s Mike Walter interviewed Bob Henson, a weather and climate science blogger for Weather Underground, about the impact of El Nino in the coming year.

Weather Underground's Bob Henson discusses El Nino's impact

Weather Underground's Bob Henson discusses El Nino's impact

CCTV America's Mike Walter interviewed Bob Henson, a weather and climate science blogger for Weather Underground, about the impact of El Nino in the coming year.