La Niña Has 55% Chance of Waning During March-May, Says National Weather Service

March 8, 2018

  • March 8, 2018 at 3:44 pm
    Agent says:
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    I think those of us who are not married to a false agenda might agree that La Nina and El Nino are natural phenomenon’s that man has nothing to do with. Cold waters refute the notion that water temperatures are gradually rising, something we knew but the Climate Change hoaxers didn’t.

  • April 15, 2018 at 5:05 am
    J. Ady says:
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    As a resident of O’ahu in Hawaii, I can testify to extremely late-season low pressure systems destabilizing our Spring weather…which yesterday caused widespread damage via flash floods and then total inundation around coastal roadways and neighborhoods, chiefly on East O’ahu, and now happening on Kauai, and expected Statewide until Monday. In my 25+ years in Hawaii I’ve NEVER seen such weather in the Spring, normally limited to September-January. The losses will be in the many millions of dollars’ worth of property damage claims.

    So, to answer “???” ‘s impertinent question, manifestly persistent La Nina conditions are sending lows from the WestPac subtropical region eastward across the International Dateline…to visit the State of Hawaii, wreak havoc and insufferable humidity levels, and then depart north/northwestward. The current low is expected to wander west, taking the deep tropical moisture and upper-level instability that triggered “thunder trades” yesterday and today in the western islands with it, but then is forecast to return next weekend. I’ve never seen the like.

    Warming advocates’ parents argued for an imminent GLOBAL COOLING emergency in the 1960s and 70s. I truly wish these climate agitators had a sense of history, especially going back just one generation. I think their parents were right; the current climate agitprops are utterly mistaken, having ideology and not actual data on which to lean. The cooling scenario would be the worst thing possible. But hey–I’m a public policy and governance leadership expert, not an actual meteorologist. Just an amateur. Hope this further explains, and illustrates, “Agent” ‘s argument above. Aloha to all, even to “???”. For a few laughs, look up “Chris Farley” and “El Nino” on Youtube. So funny and too soon taken from us…

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