El Niño forecasts for Great Lakes, Midwest and Missouri Basin

NOAA Regional Climate Services has released it’s most up-to-date regional briefs for the Great Lakes, Midwest and Missouri Basin states from a likely El Niño situation developing in the equatorial Pacific this fall and winter.  As you all may know there is currently a 70-75% chance that at least a minimal (weak) El Niño will develop in the next couple of months.  These briefs are meant to describe what an El Niño is, the potential impacts at a regional scale and the current outlook focused on the winter (December-January-February).

To view the PDF documents, follow this link and share to of your stakeholders.

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