El Nino intensified in November, NASA reports

Posted on | December 11, 2009 | 1 Comment

AMSRE_SSTAn_M_200910OCEAN conditions known as ‘El Nino’ and associated with wet winters in California intensified in November, reports the NASA Earth Observatory today. For a satellite photo of this week’s storm, click here.

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For National Weather Service forecasts of continuing rain, click here. For preliminary rainfall amounts in greater Los Angeles from last night’s showers, here.

Elsewhere around the world and the web, the New York Times has a simple, informative interactive map showing which countries are at the United Nations Climate Conference in Copenhagen and what they seek. To access it, click here. For a Los Angeles Times update from the negotiating floor, click here. For Day 5 of the Copenhagen conference caught in pictures in the London Guardian, click on the kid in the hat.

This post was updated at 12.31pm, December 11, 2009. The Los Angeles Times negotiation report was added.

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One Response to “El Nino intensified in November, NASA reports”

  1. Donna
    December 11th, 2009 @ 10:55 am

    I just happened upon your site, and want to acknowledge what a wonderful job you’ve done. Consistently writing informative articles in a blog format, isn’t always easy. You write very well about an important issue. Thank you. I’ll check back!

    Best wishes,

    Donna

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