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El Niño conditions are present and expected to continue into the winter. Our blogger discusses the thinking behind the forecast, including the possibility of a strong El Niño event.
El Niño & La Niña images
Commonly requested images related to El Niño and La NiñaBrowse collection
Maps of U.S. and global climate for print and presentationBrowse collection
Arctic Report Card
Stories and graphics from NOAA's 2020 Arctic Report CardBrowse collection
Tracking natural and human-caused climate changeBrowse collection
Climate Change: Global Temperature
Climate Change: Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
Climate Change: Global Sea Level
What can we do to slow or stop global warming?
What's the hottest Earth's ever been?
Can we slow or even reverse global warming?
Are humans causing or contributing to global warming?
Which emits more carbon dioxide: volcanoes or human activities?
Hasn't Earth warmed and cooled naturally throughout history?
What's the coldest the Earth's ever been?
In the agricultural heartland of the Northwest Pacific, a water plan that protects people and nature
After facing 5 years of drought in 15 years, partners in Washington's Yakima River Basin developed a new water plan that aims to make farms, fish, and families in the region more resilient to climate variability and change.