Forecasters see strong El Nino effect in spring 2016

Meteorologists in Australia expect that the weather phenomenon El Nino in the Pacific Ocean, which is blamed for rising temperatures and less rainfall will stop until next year. In a release is referenced on the website of the Bureau of Meteorology in Australia, that all observation areas were more than 1 ° C above the average during the last 10 weeks. Also, it says that all consulted international climate models see a further strengthening of the El Nino in early 2016.
The heating of the water has been through weakness or the tropical part of the Pacific reinforced even turned to trade winds in many parts. Usually the El Nino reaches its climax in late spring through the summer in the southern hemisphere, before he then again is weakening at the turn of the year.
A strong El Nino, which can lead to brooding hot temperatures in Asia and East Africa, as well as strong active cases up to flooding in South America, has a very large impact on agriculture in these regions. This can cause that the supply device with rice, corn and palm oil from the fishing.
Australia has reduced its forecast for wheat and cotton and other agricultural products for the year 2015/16 already.

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