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Originally posted by The Vagabond
What about Canada: It's going to be cold- forever.
Somebody mentioned that this is sort of a low-intensity el-nino year. It doesn't seem low intensity though. What does the rest of the world usually do during elnino? Is it supposed to be warmer oceans all over, or is that supposed to be localized?
I'm wondering if for some reason the effects have been broader to cause a "dilluted" yet more potent el nino?
(I'm not a weather expert I know- I'm tossing out stupid questions in hopes of being given a good explanation)