Nina weakens to a moderate and may weaken to a weak event within the next few weeks.

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    Climate Prediction Center 2/14/11 update

    La Nina continues to weaken and at this update,is up to -1.2C from -1.7C that was two weeks ago.

    Two Weeks Ago Update

    Niño 4= -1.3ºC
    Niño 3.4= -1.7ºC
    Niño 3= -1.4ºC
    Niño1+2= 0.0ºC


    This Week Update

    Niño 4= -1.2ºC
    Niño 3.4= -1.2ºC
    Niño 3= -0.8ºC
    Niño1+2= +0.2ºC

    http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/a ... ts-web.pdf

    There it goes.
     
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    Chances of La Nina 50% in 2016...

    Chance of La Nina in 2016 on the rise
    Wednesday 13th April, 2016 - The chance of a La Nina in 2016 has increased in recent weeks, with climate models indicating a 50-per-cent possibility of the weather event emerging this year, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Tuesday.
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - just wait a few days anna weather'll change...
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    So Long, El Nino; Hello, La Nina
    June 09, 2016 - The monstrous El Nino weather pattern dubbed "Godzilla" by NASA (the U.S. space agency) is dead, scientists declared Thursday.
     
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    La Nina not gonna affect climate change...
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    Cooler La Nina Temperatures Will Not Impact Climate Change
    July 28, 2016 — The World Meteorological Organization says a La Nina event may develop later this year, but this weather phenomenon, which ushers in cooler temperatures will have no long-lasting impact on climate change.
     
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    No its not moderating... Don't know what they are smoking or what numbers they are fudging but it is a no go.. Even the WMO is trying to keep the AGW lie alive by stating the coming La Niña is of no concern and doesn't affect climate change (AGW)..

    Looks like there are a bunch of meteorologists that are in fear of having their jobs cut..
     
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    The cold water has not slowed and it remains full throttle movement. You alarmists are going to be so disappointed..
     
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    Silly Billy, the date on the OP is Feb. 2011. Not the present La Nina.
     
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    And they were wrong..
     
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    Astounding. You post data from 2011 as if it were current and when caught, just double down on your lies. Have you learned this from your Great Orange Master?

    Without looking up anything I will take a wild guess that the oncoming La Nina will be weak. The normal temperature-based cycles of a world rapidly getting hotter as is ours, is going to tend to a good bit of lopsidedness. Ninos will be stronger and longer than Ninas for the foreseeable future.
     
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    Too Funny... Crick cant even look at current data to see that it is indeed going very negative. region 1-2 is again in a major drop in temp. Which means the 3, 3-4, 4 regions will continue to cool..
     

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