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July 20, 2015

  • El Nino, Monsoon Update  |   Video
    • Forecasters are now predicting the strongest El Nino weather pattern in 50 years. El Nino occurs when water temperatures rise above normal across the central and eastern portions of the Pacific and can bring higher than normal winter rains to the West. Arizona State University climatologist Randy Cerveny will tell us more and also update us on the monsoon.

March 24, 2015

  • El Nino Weather Pattern  |   Video
    • It appears the impact of the El Nino weather pattern was minimal. Randy Cerveny, an Arizona State University climatologist, will discuss the impact of El Nino.

December 15, 2014

  • Weather Update  |   Video
    • Forecasters are saying there is a 65 percent chance of an El Nino weather pattern developing this winter, and that would mean a wetter winter than normal. Arizona State University climatologist Randy Cerveny will give us an update.

March 26, 2014

  • El Nino Weather Pattern  |   Video
    • Meteorologists are suggesting possibility of a developing “El Nino” weather pattern, which means that Arizona could be in store for a wetter than normal winter. Arizona State Climatologist Nancy Selover will tell us more.
 

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