pacific_rsc_2016-2015

〔 During an El Niño, wind patterns shift all over the Pacific Ocean. Most significantly, they get weaker (purple) in the eastern tropical Pacific, allowing warm surface water to move toward the Americas (NASA Earth Observatory map by Joshua Stevens using RapidScat data from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.)〕

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