Risk of Seasonal Climate Extremes in the U.S. Related to ENSO

Risk of Seasonal Climate Extremes in the U.S. Related to ENSO
Selecting a type of ENSO event, temperature or precipitation and season will show the relative risk of climate extremes based on concurrent value of the ENSO index (MEI.ext) for the continental United States:
Release/Version
Updated September 2015 to include 20 more years, and the extended Multivariate ENSO Index to define ENSO events.
Release Notes

This page is based on work-in-progress by Klaus Wolter, Jon Eischeid, Randy Dole, Robin Webb, and Cathy Smith of the NOAA/ESRL Physical Science Division. It replaces an earlier version that used data from 1896-1995 and was described in Wolter et al. (1999). We acknowledge the Physical Science Division in the publication. Information and image provided by the NOAA/ESRL Physical Science Division, Boulder, Colorado, from their web site at: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/enso/climaterisks.

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