Forecasters lean toward the emergence of a weak to ‘borderline moderate’ La Niña in the fall
If you live in Texas — or Indonesia, for that matter — it might be difficult to believe, but El Niño truly has gone away.
Record-setting rainfall has recently caused devastating floods in Texas. Meanwhile, drought continues in parts of Southeast Asia. And both have been linked to lingering impacts of El Niño on atmospheric circulation patterns.
But as the animation above illustrates, January’s