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So, while hurricane activity typically trails off until the season ends on November 30, there’s reason to be wary that the storm activity may well continue until that date.
The Big Chill in the Pacific Meanwhile, out in the Niño 3.4 region of the Pacific where signs of El Niños are monitored, sea surface temperatures were being recorded right at the predicted neutral.
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Afterwards, it’s forecast to head north over the Appalachians into Pennsylvania and New York as a tropical depression.
The Remaining Hurricane Season The first half of the hurricane season has seen stronger winds blowing off Africa westwards while wind shearing that tears storms apart has been weaker than average.
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Even though it’s early October, there’s still LOTS of warm ocean water out there in the Atlantic and especially in the Caribbean where Nate has originated.
Hurricane Sandy formed in this area of the Caribbean in late October, 2012.
According to NOAA “La Niña conditions” exist when Based on their data, NOAA concludes “a 62 percent chance of La Niña development during November-December-January 2017-18.” Winter Lookout So Far The thinking goes that weather effects on the U. from the transition from ENSO Neutral to La Niña won’t manifest until after the end of the year.
Typically during a La Niña winter, a blocking high pressure ridge will fall into place in the northern Pacific near Alaska.