El Nino Effects For This Spring in the US

The US NOAA has this video summarizing what they expect for weather in the US as the result of the current, winding down, El Nino:

2016 Spring Climate and Flood Outlook

As a near-record El Niño begins to wind down, NOAA issued its spring seasonal outlooks for flooding, drought, precipitation, and temperature. Flood risk is highest in the lower Mississippi valley and along the Southeast coast. Learn more at: http://go.usa.gov/c7xYx

Posted by NOAA Climate.Gov on Thursday, March 17, 2016

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