El Nino is a weather pattern that occurs every few years in the Pacific Ocean.
It can cause changes in temperature and precipitation around the world.
This winter, El Nino is expected to bring warmer temperatures to the northern US and wetter conditions to the southern US.
These changes could lead to more extreme weather events, such as floods and droughts.
El Nino is also linked to an increase in hurricanes and other natural disasters.
Climate change may be making El Nino more frequent and intense.
It is important for individuals and communities to prepare for the potential impacts of El Nino on their region.
LIKE SHARE AND SAVE
For more stories