What will strongest ever El Niño, widely named ‘Godzilla’, do to Europe’s
coming winter?

 Generally, El Niño could cause a jet stream configuration to allow for
cold air at times into West-Europe, says accuweather.

NOAA forecast predicts differently (Fig), temperatures well above mean.
1939 was as also an El Niño year, but Europe suffered under the coldest
winter for 100 years. Many decades have passed, but nothing explained.
Is that serious science?

We will see! Winter 2015/16 is coming for sure, and the strength of
El Niño is likely to pike in December, NOAA predicts (12.Nov.15).

Found at: Has El Niño a role on sub-cold winters in Europe?

20 Nov. 2015 by admin