Scientists working at NYU Abu Dhabi have developed a sophisticated new theoretical model that may lead to more timely, accurate forecasts of the central Pacific El Niño (CP El Niño), an important global weather-maker.
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Weather prediction, even over a short period of time, is extremely difficult. There are so many variables in the atmosphere that it's impossible to say for sure what the weather will be like next year, next month, or even tomorrow.
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How NYUAD research hopes to predict crucial changes to India's monsoons
Rains are essential to agriculture - as is understanding how climate change may alter them.
The National | April 28. 2018
Rain alert on rising temperatures
Rising global temperatures will lead to a 60 per cent fall in the number of low pressure storms over the Bay of Bengal that serve as key rain-bearing engines during the monsoon, climate scientists have predicted.
The Telegraph India | February 28, 2018