Glaser’s Guide to El Niño

Posted by Josh Glaser

Feb 16, 2016 6:30:00 AM

The term El Niño was first used over 300 years ago by Ecuadorian and Peruvian fisherman to describe a tide of warm water that developed periodically in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, bringing with it a period of high temperatures and heavy rains. El Niño now refers to a recurring weather phenomenon, typically beginning in late December, that alters climactic conditions—both mildly and severely—for at least several months, possibly up to two years.

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