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Are Earth’s major climate cycles changing? And if so, what will that mean for local weather?

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map of pacific ocean with green patches around centre and australia, blue patches against the americas, representing climate oscillations
Adapted version of a map made from NASA’s Compact Ocean Wind Vector Radiometer (COWVR) instrument. Here, microwave emissions with a frequency of 34 GHz from 16-23 January 2022 are seen. At this frequency, you can see higher water vapour and clouds (green and white), alongside drier air (dark blue). Note the damper conditions surrounding Indonesia and northern Australia, further intensified by a La Nina. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech, www.jpl.nasa.gov

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