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Climate.gov starts El Niño Blog

No significant updates to the El Niño forecasts, but NOAA’s Climate.gov website has started a new El Niño blog. (Actually, they use the more technically correct term El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), but let’s not argue amongst friends.) The same scientists from the Climate Prediction Center and International Research Institute that write the official NOAA updates will contribute to the blog, so I presume the posts will cover the same issues. But, they probably will be more readable and accessible than the official weekly updates and monthly discussions.