El Niño Conditions Now Official; Cold, Snow Take a Parting Swipe at East
Posted: 11:55 AM EST on March 06, 2015
More than a year after the prospect of a 2014–15 El Niño event first surfaced, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC) issued a long-awaited El Niño Advisory on Thursday. That said, we’re still a long way from a textbook example of El Niño: ocean warming is barely above the standard threshold, and the atmospheric response is not yet fully formed and consistent.
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A few record high temperatures were reported on this date in history. First in 1987, Saint Cloud, Minn. recorded a high temperature 71 degrees, exceeding the previous record high by 21 degrees. Also, in 1991, Corpus Cristi and San Antonio, Texas reported record high temperatures of 99 and 100 degrees, respectively.
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