What a “Historically Strong” El Niño Could Mean for Your Region This Winter

If you pay any attention to the weather, then you probably noticed that this year, it was a little, well, weird. There was a spring snowstorm in Northern California, a record-breaking heat wave in the Southwest, and headline-making rain in the Northeast. And it turns out, this year of wild weather shows no signs of slowing down. An El Niño event is on its way—and should stick around through winter in the U.S.

Last week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center (CPC) said there was a 30 percent chance it would be a “historically strong” event. Read on to learn what

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