Get ready for one of the strongest El Ninos ever -- This is a side by side comparison of Pacific Ocean sea surface height (SSH) anomalies of what is presently happening in 2015 with the Pacific Ocean signal during the famous 1997 El Niño. These 1997 and 2015 El Niño animations were made from data collected by the TOPEX/Poseidon (1997) and the OSTM/Jason-2 (2015) satellites. NASA

Get ready for one of the strongest El Ninos ever

Get ready for one of the strongest El Ninos ever -- This is a side by side comparison of Pacific Ocean sea surface height (SSH) anomalies of what is presently happening in 2015 with the Pacific Ocean signal during the famous 1997 El Niño. These 1997 and 2015 El Niño animations were made from data collected by the TOPEX/Poseidon (1997) and the OSTM/Jason-2 (2015) satellites. NASA

Scientists say this year's El Niño could rival the intensity of the record 1997 event that wreaked weather-related havoc across the globe.

Why El Niño 2015 could be the biggest on record

Scientists say this year's El Niño could rival the intensity of the record 1997 event that wreaked weather-related havoc across the globe.

Ten of millions of people will face hunger, water shortages and disease in 2016 as the impacts of a powerful El Nino linger into 2016.

Worries grow over 'strongest El Nino'

Ten of millions of people will face hunger, water shortages and disease in 2016 as the impacts of a powerful El Nino linger into 2016.

Latest forecast suggests 'Godzilla El Niño' may be coming to California - LA Times

Latest forecast suggests 'Godzilla El Niño' may be coming to California

Latest forecast suggests 'Godzilla El Niño' may be coming to California - LA Times

A weak El Niño emerges in early 2015

El Niño, explained: A guide to the biggest weather story of 2015

A weak El Niño emerges in early 2015

El Nino Still Strengthening, Likely Into Spring 2016, NOAA Says - weather.com

El Nino Still Strengthening, Likely Into Spring 2016, NOAA Says

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced that the long-awaited El Niño has arrived. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center says we now have “borderline, weak El Niño conditions,” and there is a “50-60% chance that El Niño conditions will continue” through the summer.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced that the long-awaited El Niño has arrived. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center says we now have “borderline, weak El Niño conditions,” and there is a “50-60% chance that El Niño conditions will continue” through the summer.

How the ongoing El Nino compares to the mother of all El Nino events

Comparing the current El Niño and the mother of all El Niños

El Niño intensifying. The present El Niño event, on the cusp of attaining “strong” intensity, has a chance to become the most powerful on record. The event — defined by the expanding, deepening pool of warmer-than-normal ocean water in the tropical Pacific — has steadily grown stronger since the spring. -The Washington Post

El Niño intensifying, could rival strongest in recorded history

El Niño intensifying. The present El Niño event, on the cusp of attaining “strong” intensity, has a chance to become the most powerful on record. The event — defined by the expanding, deepening pool of warmer-than-normal ocean water in the tropical Pacific — has steadily grown stronger since the spring. -The Washington Post

The Strongest El Nino in Decades Is Going to Mess With Everything

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