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First Half of April: Early April Rains Then Cooler in the U.S.; Mostly Dry in Europe

Mar 23, 1:42 pm | Climate Impact

Widespread wet weather affects the Great Plains in early April followed by drier and cooler weather week 2 of April. In Europe a dry pattern with anomalous warmth is dominant early-to-middle April.

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Climate Impact Company Europe 2017 Climate Forecast

Mar 22, 10:27 am | Climate Impact

Warm SSTA across the North Atlantic correlate to anomalous high pressure across Europe and Western Russia favoring a warmer and drier than normal warm season climate pattern ahead, Central Europe and Western Russia (plus parts of Ukraine) are at risk of drought.

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Climate Impact Company South America 2017 Climate Forecast

Mar 22, 10:21 am | Climate Impact

Whether El Nino forms or not in 2017 may not matter to the South America climate through the winter season. Robust warmth of the eastern tropical Pacific off the northwest coast of South America will contribute to an El Nino-like climate ahead.

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Climate Impact Company Updates Week 2-4 Forecasts for Europe, South America and Australia

Mar 21, 3:03 am | Climate Impact

On average a drier than normal climate affects central and eastern Europe plus Ukraine into early April. A buoyant (warm) Nino12 SSTA region leads to pulses of wet weather in South America. Positive Indian Ocean Dipole is developing – a dry influence on Australia.

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ENSO Update: Significant Warning Nino34 SSTA region Last Week

Mar 20, 8:57 am | Climate Impact

Analogs doubt El Nino while dynamic models favor moderate to strong El Nino for 2017. The observational trends are warmer last week point toward El Nino although neutral ENSO remains in-place for now.

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If El Nino Forms in 2017 We’ll Enter The Warmest Period on Record of The East Pacific Tropics

Mar 19, 10:04 am | Climate Impact

At the moment we’re staring at a possible record warm 3+ year period of the equatorial East Pacific. if so, the long-term cycle of ENSO is likely to flip to the warm phase in which we could average 4 out of every 7 years the presence of El Nino.

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