This is a mirage.
Apparently, if we don’t have an El Nino this year, next year we are going to see a Super El Nino like 1998.
That is the prediction of David Jones, head of the National Climate Centre, Bureau Of Meteorology.
Also, we will see record temperatures as well. I am waiting.
Anyway, you will notice, as I have been pointing out for what seems like an eternity, the equator is cooling and the El Nino died before birth.
So is this how all Super El Nino’s start? First we have what appears to be a warm response then we go cold again for the next 24 months?
I will just go and write that one down.