Definitions

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  • initialism meteorology Initialism of El Niño/La Niña-Southern Oscillation.

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Examples

  • The La Niña ended around May of 2007 and we have been in so-called ENSO-neutral conditions since.

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  • El Nino is due to the ENSO, which is due to the periodically piling up warm pool off of SE Asia.

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  • The researchers looked at the rhythms of a phenomenon dubbed ENSO short for the

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  • Many predictions suggest that the El Niño will fade by this summer, leading to either a La Niña pattern (with weak upper-level winds aloft over the Atlantic) or to what is called a ENSO neutral condition (the absence of an El Niño nor a La Niña pattern).

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  • The latest El Nino outlook, published on Monday, projects a continued transition to what is called ENSO neutral conditions by June and probable transition to La Nina conditions by the later half of this year.

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  • Many predictions suggest that the El Niño will fade by this summer, leading to either a La Niña pattern (with weak upper-level winds aloft over the Atlantic) or to what is called a ENSO neutral condition (the absence of an El Niño nor a La Niña pattern).

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  • Many predictions suggest that the El Niño will fade by this summer, leading to either a La Niña pattern (with weak upper-level winds aloft over the Atlantic) or to what is called a ENSO neutral condition (the absence of an El Niño nor a La Niña pattern).

    The Daily News - News

  • Many predictions suggest that the El Niño will fade by this summer, leading to either a La Niña pattern (with weak upper-level winds aloft over the Atlantic) or to what is called a ENSO neutral condition (the absence of an El Niño nor a La Niña pattern).

    The Daily News - News

  • Many predictions suggest that the El Niño will fade by this summer, leading to either a La Niña pattern (with weak upper-level winds aloft over the Atlantic) or to what is called a ENSO neutral condition (the absence of an El Niño nor a La Niña pattern).

    The Daily News - News

  • Many predictions suggest that the El Niño will fade by this summer, leading to either a La Niña pattern (with weak upper-level winds aloft over the Atlantic) or to what is called a ENSO neutral condition (the absence of an El Niño nor a La Niña pattern).

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