A record-breaking El Niño will affect the whole globe, according to climatologists

NASA Earth Observatory map by Jesse Allen, using Jason-2 and TOPEX/Posideon data provided by Akiko Kayashi and Bill Patzert, NASA/JPL Ocean Surface Topography Team.
NASA Earth Observatory map by Jesse Allen, using Jason-2 and TOPEX/Posideon data provided by Akiko Kayashi and Bill Patzert, NASA/JPL Ocean Surface Topography Team.

The El Niño weather pattern is a phenomenon which occurs in average every five years and is associated with extreme droughts, storms and floods. Continue reading A record-breaking El Niño will affect the whole globe, according to climatologists