The La Nina Watch was canceled Sept. 8 when sea-surface temperatures warmed up enough to increase the likelihood of neutral conditions through the winter.
The La Nina Watch was canceled Sept. 8 when sea-surface temperatures warmed up enough to increase the likelihood of neutral conditions through the winter. Thinkstock photo
The La Nina Watch was canceled Sept. 8 when sea-surface temperatures warmed up enough to increase the likelihood of neutral conditions through the winter. Thinkstock photo

‘Neutral’ weather pattern means fall forecast is kinda sorta normal

September 30, 2016 05:50 PM

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