Climate change may make El Niño and La Niña less predictable

It could be harder to prep for some droughts, floods and other extreme weather in the future

a map showing El Niño over the Pacific Ocean

Brother-and-sister weather disturbances in the Pacific, known as El Niño (pictured) and La Niña, may soon lose touch with their cousins in the Atlantic.

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