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El Niño extremely likely to impact Australian summer, US scientists predict

Eastern Australia looks set for a drier winter and spring as a US federal agency predicts an “extremely high likelihood” of an El Niño developing later in the year.

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Record ocean temperatures put Earth in ‘uncharted territory’, say scientists

Temperatures in the world’s oceans have broken fresh records, testing new highs for more than a month in an “unprecedented” run that has led to scientists stating the Earth has reached “uncharted territory” in the climate crisis.

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A mystery in the Pacific is complicating climate projections

The El Niño-Southern Oscillation, which has a huge influence on global weather patterns, isn't behaving as computer models predicted. That's puzzling scientists.
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Climate models warn of possible ‘super El Niño’ before end of year

Climate models continue to warn of a potential El Niño developing later this year – a pattern of ocean warming in the Pacific that can increase the risk of catastrophic weather events around the globe.

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La Niña has ended, and El Niño may be on the way

The climate pattern that tends to bring drier, warmer conditions to the southern half of the United States and wetter weather to the northern half has ended, NOAA said Thursday.
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Stronger El Niño events may speed up irreversible melting of Antarctic ice, research finds

Stronger El Niño events due to global heating may accelerate irreversible melting of the Antarctic ice sheet and ice shelves and the rise in sea levels, according to research from Australia’s premier government science agency.

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Australia could swing from three years of La Niña to hot and dry El Niño in 2023

Australia could swing from three years of above average rainfall to one of the hottest, driest El Niño periods on record, as models show an increasing likelihood the climate driver may form in the Pacific in 2023.