La Nia’s weather variations are devastating.
As a direct consequence of increasing global temperatures, 2022 has already seen a number of climatic catastrophes.
These disasters range from severe floods in Pakistan, which have resulted in the displacement of millions of people, to the rapid melting of a critical glacier in Antarctica.
Due to a rare “triple dip La Nia” phenomenon, the World Meteorological Organization predicts extreme weather will persist into 2023. (WMO).
A “triple-dip” La Nia is characterized by a multi-year lowering of the surface temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean,
Which may cause droughts, winds, and rain. A “double-dip” La Nia involves a multi-year drop in equatorial Pacific Ocean surface temperature.
World Meteorological Organization predictions say the current La Nia will endure three northern hemisphere winters (WMO). September 2020 forward.
If it continues for another half a year, the World Meteorological Organization will refer to it as the first instance of “triple-dip” La Nia to occur in the 21st century.
The occurrence of a “triple-dip” La Nia, which is defined by a multiyear decline in the surface temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean,
Carries with it the potential for a number of extreme weather events, including deluges, hurricane-force winds, and droughts.
World Meteorological Organization predictions say the current La Nia will endure three northern hemisphere winters (WMO). 2020 September was the launch month.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) will refer to it as the first “triple-dip” La Nia of the 21st century if it continues for another six months.