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Signs of a resurgence in La Nina and the potential implications on global temperatures and the upcoming winter season

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In fact, there are signs right now that suggest the resurgence may already be underway in the central Pacific Ocean. The return of La Nina could have implications on global temperatures and also on the upcoming winter season of 2021-2022.

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