Expect warm, dry weather ahead

Omahen, Sharon
March 2006
Southeast Farm Press;3/15/2006, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p42
Trade Publication
The article reports on the weather patterns that will be experienced by the residents of Georgia. The periodic warming or cooling of tropical Pacific Ocean surfaces affect the U.S. weather patterns otherwise known as El Nino and La Nina. Meanwhile the temperatures in the Pacific Ocean affect the mainland U.S. because of the jet stream patterns.


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