NEWS
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon May 19, 2014 09:56 AM CDT

Comments referring to a "rapidly-developing El Nino" continue to show up in market discussions. I noticed another one just this morning (Monday May 19). Much of this comment is focused on the steady progress eastward of a very large and very warm pool of water in the sub-surface levels of the Pacific Ocean, making its way eastward from southeast Asia during the past few months. This deep-lying pool of warm water is the biggest such feature since 1997; and, at that time, the presence of such a large warm-water pool was followed by a very strong El Nino event. Forecast ...

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