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EL NINO
      Mon Oct 09 2006 10:26 AM

NASA Data Captures El Nino Return In The Pacific
Los Angeles CA (JPL) Oct 09, 2006
NASA satellite data indicates El Nino has returned to the tropical Pacific Ocean, although in a relatively weak condition that may not persist and is currently much less intense than the last major El Nino episode in 1997-1998. Over the past several weeks, NASA's Aqua and Jason satellites have observed a general warming of ocean temperatures and a rise in sea surface heights in the central...READ MORE

http://www.terradaily.com/El_Nino.html

So what effect does this have upon us? How are we affected by a mild El Nino?

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