Slight “La Niña” condition

Cloudy skies and slight eastern winds will dominate the weather in most parts of the Philippines during the next 4 to 5 days.

Although last year had been a “La Niña” year and we now should see slow turn to the “El Niño” effect, a rather cool surface water stream is observed over central Pacific.

The El Niño – La Niña balance below shows a slight trend to La Niña.

El Niño - La Niña Balance Fortunately there is no well formed La Niña or El Niño  phenomena developing. We rather would classify it as a temporary disturbance.

More information about  El Niño and La Niña can be found here {#link}

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