EL NIÑO'S EFFECT ON EXTREME TEMPERATURES
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs when the Pacific Ocean's surface temperature rises above normal levels.
El Niño can cause extreme weather conditions, including droughts, floods, and hurricanes.
El Niño can also affect global temperatures, causing them to rise or fall depending on the location.
During El Niño years, some regions experience higher than average temperatures, while others experience lower than average temperatures.
El Niño's impact on extreme temperatures can have significant effects on the environment, including changes in precipitation patterns and the frequency of natural disasters.
Understanding El Niño's effect on extreme temperatures is crucial for predicting and mitigating its impact on the environment and human populations.