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Oct 6, 2015Back to Veoci Blog
El Niño 2015- a graph that says it all: be prepared.
*The Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) is based on current year three month running mean of Sea Surface Temperature (SST) departures from average in the Niño 3.4 region, and is a principal measure for monitoring patterns in order to predict El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO). As the graph clearly shows, this year's El Niño looks like it will be just as bad as its predecessors - if not worse. Let's take a look at the past big El Niño phenomena:
The scientists and forecasters have spoken and the data is clear, a severe storm is coming. Emergency managers and public safety officials are gearing up to ensure that they are ready to respond to the storms, flooding, and droughts that El Niño 2015 augurs. **Data is from NOAA - National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center.
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