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    Report Urges Governments to Prepare for Extreme Climate Effectsi
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    June 27, 2014 4:25 AM
    Many parts of the world have been hit this year with some of the most severe floods caused by torrential rains. A new report by the World Meteorological Organization predicted a return of the weather phenomenon known as El Nino later this year. El Nino is characterized by unusually warm ocean surface temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific, and it can affect weather conditions worldwide. Zlatica Hoke has this report.

    Report Urges Governments to Prepare for Extreme Climate Effects

    Published June 27, 2014

    Many parts of the world have been hit this year with some of the most severe floods caused by torrential rains. A new report by the World Meteorological Organization predicted a return of the weather phenomenon known as El Nino later this year. El Nino is characterized by unusually warm ocean surface temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific, and it can affect weather conditions worldwide. Zlatica Hoke has this report.


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