"ENSO-neutral conditions have developed and are expected to continue at least through the Northern Hemisphere summer 2011." (issued June 9, 2011, click here for more information)La nina conditions generally mean a hotter and drier climatic pattern for Central Texas. Although, the return to ENSO-neutral conditions are welcome, they will not likely impact the ongoing drought in the short-term as it simply means a return to normal hot and dry summer conditions.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Adios La Nina, hello normal hot and dry summer
The climate prediction center states that:
Posted by Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District at 5:29 AM