a US Department of Meteorology and Oceanography (NOAA), This Thursday, 8, released a report on the temperature of the tropical Pacific Ocean. The study showed that the chance of a La Niña appearance increased towards the end of this year compared to the June forecast.
“This pattern continues, or less, through January, February and March 2022 with a ~70% probability of a La Niña event between November and January. In deep ocean waters, there is still no prediction of a cold, but even if neutrality remains at the end with a cold bias, the effects will be the same, even without the formation of the phenomenon,” explains weather editor Priscilla Paiva.
The effect of La Niña will only be seen during the Brazilian rainy season and the forecast is above average in the north and northeast and below average in the south and Mercosur.
Celso Oliveira says: “We are now under neutral, although rains are still below average in the south. In any case, for agriculture, conditions for crop development in Matopipa are expected to improve, although there is also a chance of winter during harvest” from the add meteorology.
According to him, on the other hand, the South and Mercosur may suffer accidental losses due to regional drought. “The southeast and midwest will be in the middle with São Paulo and Mato Grosso do Sul with regional drought forecasts, and Minas Gerais, Goiás and Mato Grosso with more steady rain next summer,” he explains.