La Niña Weather Conditions & Their Impact On The Midwest

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), weather conditions for winter 2017-18 may be influenced by La Niña, which the Weather Channel defines as “the periodic cooling of the equatorial eastern and central Pacific Ocean.”

This winter, the U.S. will likely experience weak La Niña weather conditions, characterized by above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in the South and below-average temperatures and above-average precipitation in the North.

So what exactly does this mean for the Midwest? Check out the maps below.


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