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  3. On October 15, 2015, NOAA's Climate Prediction Center released its outlook for precipitation and temperature for December through February and the drought outlook through January 31, 2016. The strongest El Niño signal since 1997/1998 is behind predictions for expected climate anomalies in the Pacific, Alaska, and the continental states. Highlights in the lower 48 include warmer-than average temperatures across the West and north and a wetter-than-normal winter in the southern tier.

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  4. As a near-record El Niño begins to wind down, NOAA issued its spring seasonal outlooks on March 17th for flooding, drought, precipitation and temperature.

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  5. Mike Halpert of NOAA's Climate Prediction Center talks about La Niña and other climate patterns that are likely to influence winter climate across the United States.

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