Tag: Forecast

Experts say rains being experienced indicate onset of anticipated El Niño rains


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  By MUCHEMI WACHIRA More by this Author Light showers came down over the weekend in Nairobi and its environs, with weather experts saying they were an indication that El Niño rains had started. “It is likely that El Niño has now begun,” Mr Samuel Mwangi, the deputy […]

Federal Forecasters Say El Niño Will Mean a Wet Winter for the Southern U.S.


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Federal forecasters say El Niño will mean a wet winter for the southern U.S. Doyle Rice, USA TODAY 12:57 p.m. EDT October 16, 2015 A wet winter is forecast for the southern tier of the U.S while drier-than-average conditions are likely in the northern Rockies, northern Plains, and […]

Decision Making


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Decision Making Under Uncertainty (DMUU) and Forecasting El Niño Over a decade ago, the US National Science Foundation developed a program to research the notion of “decision making under uncertainty” (DMUU). DMUU has value for applying science to societal decision-making processes. The scientific community’s “job” is to focus […]

Don’t Blame El Nino: U.S. Weather Impact Won’t Show Up for Weeks


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El Nino did it. What, you ask? Well, it depends on whom you talk to, because right now everything from the price of natural gas to the temperature in Central Park is being blamed on the Pacific Ocean phenomenon. The thing is, it doesn’t really start affecting U.S. […]

Odds Keep Rising for a Big El Niño in 2015


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El Niño has arrived, it’s getting stronger, and it’s not about to go away soon. And already there are rumblings that this could be a big one. El Niño in Australia means warmer temperatures, and sometimes, but not always, drier conditions. In 2014, some climatologists thought a big […]