NOAA's Climate Prediction Center has forecasted a third year of La Nina conditions in the Pacific. La Nina is a natural ocean-atmospheric phenomenon marked by cooler-than-average sea surface temperatures across the central and eastern Pacific Ocean near the equator, and the opposite of El Nino, which features warmer-than-average sea surface temperatures in that region
Second Year of La Nina Conditions Predicted in the Pacific
The NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has forecasted a second year of La Nina conditions in the Pacific. Similar to the 2020-2021 event, this La Nina is expected to persist into spring of 2022. The consensus of climate models is forecasting large scale wetter than average conditions over the Hawai'ian Islands region from January through April 2022.... Continue Reading →
Wetter Than Average Conditions Predicted Over the Hawai'ian Islands from October 2020 Through April 2021
According to NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, there is an ongoing La Nina event in the Pacific. This La Nina event is expected to persist through the spring of 2021. The consensus of climate models is projecting large scale wetter than average conditions over the Hawai'ian Islands region from December 2020 through April 2021.
Flooding & Flash Floods During The Rainy Season in Hawai'i
For our new blog segment, Throwback Thursday, what could be better than watching an informative video from a few years back, about the wet season here in Hawai'i - and how to stay safe when experiencing flash flood or if you get caught outside during a storm. We don't have a cold season here in... Continue Reading →