Island Climate Update

Island Climate Upate 149.

The tropical Pacific Ocean is now slightly cooler than usual, and shows a La Nina like pattern.  However, conditions are still technically neutral, and are expected to stay that way for the next three months.

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Read more of the Island Climate Update 149, February 2013.

Back Issues of the Island Climate Update

If you want to compare recent issues of the Island Climate Update against what you experienced, read the back issues below:

Island Climate Update 148.  January 2013

Island Climate Update 147.  December 2012


Island Climate Update 146
November 2012


Island Climate Update 145October 2012

Island Climate Update 144.  September 2012

Island Climate Update 143.  August 2012

Island Climate Update 142.  July  2012

Island Climate Update 141.  June 2012

Island Climate Update 140. May 2012

Island Climate Update 139.  April 2012

Island Climate Update 138.  March 2012

Island Climate Update 137.  February 2012

Further issues are available at http://www.niwa.co.nz/climate/icu

And if you want to compare the island climate update with actual data, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology site for Pacific Climate data, http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/pccsp/ gives access to monthly meteorological statistics measured around the Pacific.

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