Climate Prediction Center: Chance Of El Niño Returning Next WinterIt's not time to go purchase that canoe just yet, but climate predictors are hinting that next winter will be another wet one.
Short-Lived La Niña Leaves Impacts Before Fading AwayU.S. weather forecasters said Thursday the cool flip side to the climate phenomenon El Niño has faded away.
La Niña Is Here, Forecasters SayGovernment weather forecasters say La Nina is here.
Feds Forecast Short-Lived La Niña For November, Drier Weather LikelyFederal forecasters see a weak and short-lived La Niña coming, probably next month.
No Niña: Pacific Returns To Normal After Strong El Niño WinterCalifornians have been bracing for a dry La Niña winter, but instead the forecast is starting to sound more like a line from Goldilocks: Not too hot, not too cold, just right.
El Niño Weakens, Here Comes La Niña, Meteorologists SayIn the midst of an epic El Niño, federal meteorologists say its flip side, La Niña, is around the corner.
La Niña Could Put California Back Into Dry Pattern As Soon As Late SpringEl Niño storms have helped to replenish California’s dwindling snowpack that suffered during an extended drought, but there are indications that the tap may be turned off soon with a La Niña weather pattern.
From Drought, To Drenching? El Niño Likely To Return With Torrential RainWarmer ocean temperatures off the California coast--and the massive impact on local and global climate--could be coming again, with predictions indicating an El Niño is possible this year.
Bay Area's Unusually Wet, Cool Spring Not Going Away YetJune 1st typically has many Bay Area residents headed for the pool, the amusement park or some other outdoor activity where the weather can be enjoyed. Suffice it to say that is not happening this year.
So Much For A Dry, 'La Niña' Winter In CaliforniaThis was supposed to be a cold, dry "La Nina" winter in California, but so far, it's been anything but, with many of the state's reservoirs already full, and spilling over.
La Niña Means Dry Bay Area Winter LikelyPacific water at the equator is two to three degrees below normal, creating a La Nina condition forecasters said could make the rain hitting the Bay Area Friday the exception rather than the norm this winter.