Spring weather outlook released
Some are looking forward to El Nino, but others are not so sure “he” will appear.
NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, released their 2014 Spring Outlook. For those involved in agriculture in California and Texas where “Extreme” and “Exceptional” drought, the news is not good. NOAA reports the extreme drought will contribute to hotter temperatures. When the ground is dry, the suns energy goes directly to heating the air instead of evaporating moisture. That will bring warmer than average temperatures.
Watch the NOAA Spring Outlook here:
Spring outlook 2014