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La Niña Watch issued by the Climate Prediction Center

Probabilities chart for the different ENSO phases in the coming months. The blue bars represent the probability of La Niña with the highest probability (over 66%) from November through February. Source: International Research Institute   Clyde Fraisse, AgroClimate Project Director While ENSO-Neutral conditions are still present in the Pacific Ocean, a La Niña Watch was …

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Cold La Niña Surprises Meteorologists and Growers

Clyde Fraisse Assistant Professor University of Florida Agricultural and Biological Engineering cfraisse@ufl.edu According to the NOAA National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), December 2010 was the 3rd coldest winter on record in the Southeast U.S. and the coldest on record in Florida and Georgia. The statewide temperature for December in Florida was more than 9oF (5oC) …

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