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Postby Prestonelods » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:41 am

Australia's environment bureau issues La Nina alert

nov 22 (Reuters) Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has issued an alert for a La Nina weather event starting next month, Saying the chance it would take place was triple an obvious likelihood.

The weather occurrence La Nina is triggered when sea surface temperatures in the central gulf of mexico drop to lower than normal levels. It primarily implies stormier and cold winters in Asia's northern hemisphere and warm spanish ladies but wet summers in the southern hemisphere.

The Australian bureau pegged potential risk of a La Nina at 70 percent, Adding that all its models reached La Nina thresholds keep away from with most models suggesting it would last until at least February.

this can be a notch up from Japan's weather bureau, Which last week increased the likelihood of La Nina from 50 percent to 60 percent.

"This can result in a colder than usual winter in the northern (Hemisphere), which might be positive for coal and gas demand, Said ralph Leszczynski, Head of research at shipping broker Bancosta in Singapore.

He added that La Nina might lead to dry conditions in many agricultural crop growing regions, Which would come with the southern United States, And hot but very wet weather for most of Australia.

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as well as a La Nina, signifies little girl in Spanish, Tends to be less damaging than the related El Nino (young lad), Which spanish ladies occurs when one can find warmer waters in the Pacific, A strong event can have a severe impact on gardening and commodity markets.

up to now, Las Ninas have caused supply disruptions in food crops and mining output in the southern hemisphere, Including around australia.

In the atlantic basin, La Nina can also trigger hurricanes.

The BOM said in the alert on its website that the event would likely be weaker and shorter than the strong La Nina that occurred between 2010 and 2012 and brought devastating floods to Australia.

(credit reporting by Charlotte Greenfield in WELLINGTON; to Henning Gloystein in SINGAPORE; extra reporting by Keith Wallis in Singapore; Editing by Adrian Croft and richard Pullin).
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