snowman19 Posted Friday at 08:58 PM Share Posted Friday at 08:58 PM The only thing the spring Central Pacific Wind index suggests is that a super El Niño has never followed such strong trades near the Dateline .A Strong +1.5 could still be possible if the WWBs come on strong enough in June. Be we may only be able reach +0.5 +1.4 and run the risk of another non coupling event if the trades stay up. We have essentially been in 7 year La Niña since 16-17. Yea, based on what you’ve been showing, I’m becoming more convinced that this Nino event stays east-based and never goes basin-wide or Modoki. I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if Region 4 stays neutral throughout this event given what’s been going on and projected to continue. This would be the 1st true Eastern Pacific/EP El Niño in forever 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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