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Posted at 7:00 PM ET, 11/22/2010

Climate Central update on La Nina, October temps

By Jason Samenow

* PM Update: Staying mild through tomorrow *
* Western cold snap to erode before arriving East *

Take a look at this very well-produced update on La Nina and October temperatures from Climate Central, a nonprofit, collaborative group of scientists and communicators whose mission is "to create a bridge between the scientific community and the public, providing clear, honest, nonpartisan, and up-to-date information to help people make sound decisions about climate and energy."

Climate Center: La Nina Update from Climate Central on Vimeo.

By Jason Samenow  | November 22, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
Categories:  Climate Change, International Weather, U.S. Weather  
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Comments

My sound is broken even if my internet connection were adequate. Series of strong La Nina could take us back to the 1930's if we haven't already gone back. But there are still leftover El Nino effects like the pool of warm water in the Bering Straits causing this potentially unusual rain in interior Alaska. http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?wmo=WWAK83PAFG&type=public or go here http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/textforecasts.php?type=public and click on special weather statements (or similar) for Fairbanks.

Posted by: eric654 | November 22, 2010 9:12 PM | Report abuse

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