Worldwide temperatures last month soared to new heights for October, boosted by the second-strongest El Nino on record, adding to the likelihood that 2015 will also smash annual heat records.
A good video on this site explains what is happening with the current extreme El Nino. A large blob of warm ocean is disrupting the winds which normally disperse El Nino. This means that this El Nino might last longer than a normal El Nino.
The Age: Peter Hannam: 17 Nov 2015
Key Words: Climate Change,
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