Nino Models Heading to Neutral and What That Means

Previous model plumes have shown that there could be a weak to moderate El Nino for this summer, fall, and spring. However, the latest run of the models now has a trend toward a neutral El Nino or very weak. What does this mean?

During neutral or weak El Ninos, we can expect a busy hurricane season and a cold and snowy winter here in the East.

Last fall, I said it was going to be a warm winter. On my YouTube page, I caught all kinds of trolls saying I was crazy. So I switched to cold to make everyone happy.

But now I am not going to change my mind and I’m saying this winter will be rather busy with East Coast storms. Here’s the proof:

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Author: Michael Griffith

I presently reside in Gastonia, NC about 30 minutes west of Charlotte. I have a bachelor's in Meteorology from Penn State University, and a Master's from Plymouth State.