Kunkel said if this El Nino is a strong one, global temperatures, probably in 2015, could "be in near record breaking territory."
While it could be good news to lessen the southwestern U.S. drought and shrink heating bills next winter in the far north, "worldwide it can be quite a different story," said North Carolina State University atmospheric sciences professor Ken Kunkel. "Some areas benefit. Some don't."
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