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Meteorologists Evaluating Effect of the Transition to La Nina


World Weather Inc. is evaluating the impact of a transition from an El Nino through a neutral phase to a La Nina expected to emerge during the fall.  Long-range forecasts are based on previous transition years extending back to 1983. These oscillations were characterized by a wet planting period, followed by severe drought.  World Weather does not anticipate a repetition of this scenario in 2024 anticipating reasonable climatic conditions. 


  • It is anticipated that summer will be drier in the Great Plains and the Southeast extending eventually to the Midwest.

  • Higher rainfall will occur in the upper Midwest during late July and August extending into the Great Basin and Rocky Mountain regions


  • Temperatures in the western U.S. will be cooler than usual