Some people are already trying to spin away the impact of this coming El Nino; Roy Spencer wrote:
Of course, an El Nino at the end of the record will increase the global temperature trend…at least temporarily…but El Nino is often followed by a cool La Nina, which would basically cancel out that effect.Of course, a
Though the world never did cool much after the 1997-98 El Nino, did it?
Notice how Spencer labels his graph with "El Nino Warming," but doesn't label the "La Nina Coolings." No bias there.
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