The tropical Pacific Ocean keeps it’s cool as La Niña persists

Last month’s forecast of a continuing La Niña has panned out, with cool sea surface temperatures persisting across most of the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean.

It’s a weak La Niña, and in all likelihood it will peter out by March, if not sooner, according to the just-released monthly update from the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service.

But even though it is relatively puny, La Niña is already tipping the odds toward above average warmth and below aver

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