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La Niña has arrived and will stick around. Here is what that means for the dry Southwest and US hurricanes ...
By Loek Schreurs - October 16, 2021
I have heard about La Niña before, but I did not really know what comes with it. La Niña has arrived, and this 'phenomenon, which is caused by colder seawaters in the Pacifics, will have an impact on the weather around the world. Some areas are going to be colder, some warmer, some dryer, and some wetter. It even affects the hurricane season.

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