AIR Currents

La Niña is favored to develop during the summer of 2016

July 27, 2016

According to a recent report from the Climate Prediction Center, La Niña conditions are projected to develop during August–October—the end of the Northern Hemisphere summer—and have a 55–60% chance of continuing through fall and lasting into winter.

In the western Pacific, La Niña years have historically generated below-normal seasonal typhoon activity. However, fewer storms does not necessarily mean lower damage potential, as explained in this InFocus blog post.

La Niña is favored to develop during the summer of 2016

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