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El Niño/La Niña Links

"La Niña conditions are expected to strengthen and last through the Northern Hemisphere winter 2010-11."
NWS Climate Prediction Center's ENSO Diagnostic Discussion

[Map of current sea surface temperature anomalies].
Answers to El Niño-La Niña
Frequently Asked Questions
El Niño Effects over the Contiguous U.S.
El Niño Effects in the NWS Southern Region:
East Central Florida Tornadoes
Texas Temperature | Texas Precipitation
El Niño and Beyond Webcast (produced by COMET)
Recorded presentation is approximately 45 minutes in length.
[Map of typical El Nino/La Nina circulation anomalies] [Diagram showing Walker Circulation in Equatorial Pacific] The NWS Climate Prediction Center's:
El Niño/La Niña Tutorial.
and Global Warm Epsiode Impact Maps
Latest ENSO Advisory issued by the Climate Prediction Center.
Official NWS Forecast for the Tropical Pacific SST.

Link to Extended Temperature Outlooks

| Map Legend | Probability of Exceedence Graphics
Long-lead Temperature Outlooks
Long-lead Precipitation Outlooks
30 day Outlook Narrative Discussion
90 day Outlook Narrative Discussion.
Current State of the Tropical Pacific from NOAA's Climate Diagnostics Center.
Scripps Institution for Oceanography's
Experimental Climate Prediction Center.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Labortaory's
El Niño/La Niña Watch Page.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne
Online Guide to El Niño.

Link to Extended Precipitation Outlooks

| Map Legend | Probability of Exceedence Graphics
National Center for Atmospheric Research
ENSO Signal Newsletter.
Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory's
El Niño Theme Page.
NOAA's El Niño Page
and Report to the Nation on El Niño and Climate Prediction.
The Relationship Between El Niño, La Niña and U.S. Tornado Activity from the NWS Storm Prediction Center.
Significant Extratropical Tornado Occurrences in Florida During Strong El Niño and Strong La Niña Events | (link)
El Niño and Significant Tropical and Hybrid Cyclone Tornado Events in Florida | (link)
El Niño Reference Materials from the Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies at Florida State University.

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