Is El Nino scheduling its visit in the later part of 2018? Well, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration believe so! The NOAA says it is possible that the El Nino might mark its presence in the latter half of this year. If this is destined to happen, then the southern parts of the United States might have to bear the stormier winters. Also, Alabama will witness the same.

A group of El Nino observers issued an El Nino outlook on Thursday, June 14, 2018. These observers hailed from the National Weather Service and the Climate Prediction Center.

The research included the El Nino watch. The presence of the El Nino watch signifies that the conditions are favorable for the El Nino to visit.

What is El Nino?

El Nino is a climate phenomenon. The presence of El Nino is signaled by the warmer than the average seas of the western coasts of South America. These warmer currents from the west coasts of South America possess enough caliber to influence the climate across the globe.

The current forecast has about fifty percent chances of the return of El Nino during the falls. The same forecast predicts the El Nino return in winter with sixty-five percent possibility. If we believe NOAA, then the El Nino impacts are more clearly visible in the months of winter.

Alabama in a nutshell:

El Nino has the caliber to drive the jet stream farther in the southern direction. If it succeeds in doing so, it will be successful in sending more stormy systems towards Alabama. The weather service puts forward this statement. As a result of these changes under the influence of El Nino could trend in an upward direction.