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Sample Forecast for Worldwide

Summary for the World

El Niño Advisory El Niño conditions are present. Positive equatorial sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies continue across the western and central Pacific, while near average SSTs are evident in the eastern Pacific. There is an approximately 50-60% chance that El Niño conditions will continue through Southern Hemisphere winter 2015.

April Wind

Most landmasses will experience average wind conditions for the month other than Western Europe and parts of the Mediterranean Basin with above average wind conditions. Winds will be greater than average in the Western Pacific Ocean through the Indonesian archipelago and slightly above average around New Zealand while much of Australia could be slightly below normal.

April Solar Radiation

Much of the northern hemisphere should expect slightly above solar radiation levels for the month. Southern Australia and New Zealand and much of Africa could have slightly below normal solar radiation.

April Temperature Extreme Forecast Index

Northeast Asia and Northeast North America are expected to be cooler and much of the rest of the world near normal expect in the Pacific Ocean where the eastern Pacific will be warmer and central and western Pacific cooler.

April Precipitation Extreme Forecast Index

Large parts of Central Mexico and the US Southwest and Southern USA could have extreme precipitation although most areas are just slightly wetter. Central China could have extreme precipitation events. Papua New Guinea, Java and Sumatra and the Southern Malay Peninsula could be unusually dry along with Central Africa.

May Wind

Most landmasses will experience average wind conditions for the month. Northern Australia could be slightly below normal and parts of Africa and southern South America.

May Solar Radiation

Much of the northern hemisphere should expect slightly above solar radiation levels for the month. Southern Australia and New Zealand and much of Southern South America could have slightly below normal solar radiation.

May Temperature Extreme Forecast Index

Northeast Asia and isolated parts of North America are expected to be cooler and much of the rest of the world near normal expect in the Pacific Ocean where the eastern Pacific will be warmer and central and western Pacific cooler. Eastern Australia and New Zealand are expected to be cooler than normal. Coastal China is expected to be warmer than normal.

May Precipitation Extreme Forecast Index

Large parts of Central Mexico and the US Southwest and Southern USA could have extreme precipitation although most areas are just slightly wetter. Central China could have extreme precipitation events. Papua New Guinea, the Southern Malay Peninsula and much of mainland Southeast Asia could be unusually dry.

June Wind

Most landmasses will experience average wind conditions for the month. Northern Australia could be slightly below normal and parts of Africa and southern South America.

June Solar Radiation

Much of the northern hemisphere should expect slightly above solar radiation levels for the month. Southern Australia and New Zealand and much of South America and Africa could have slightly below normal solar radiation.

June Temperature Extreme Forecast Index

A smaller portion Northeast Asia and isolated parts of North America are expected to be cooler and much of the rest of the world near normal. In the Pacific Ocean the Eastern and Northern Pacific could be unusually warmer and central and western Pacific cooler. Eastern Australia and New Zealand and Africa and South America are expected to be cooler than normal. Coastal China is expected to be warmer than normal.

June Precipitation Extreme Forecast Index

Parts of Central Mexico and the US Southwest and Southern and Central USA and Australia and parts of New Zealand could have extreme precipitation although most areas are just slightly wetter. Central China could have extreme precipitation events while southern China could be slightly drier. Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands the Southern Malay Peninsula and much of mainland Southeast Asia could be dry.