El Nino & La Nina

PDF, data through July 2015, data source: NOAA Climate Prediction Center , last modified: 2015/08/04.
NOAA gives OISST.v2 figure. A comparison of OISST v2, ERSST v3b and ERSST v4 is shown in this figure (2015/08/05).

El Ninos are seasonal having the maximum strength in November - January. The current El Nino is compared here month by month with the three previous strong ones. (last modified 2015/08/04)

Temperature and precipitation anomalies for the season of the maximum El Nino strength -- Dec-Jan-Feb. Data source: Temperature GISS and Precipitation Global Precipitation Analysis (last modified 2015/08/04)

Temperature anomaly in GISS analysis. The base periods are shifted. (last modified: 2013/05/06)

PDF, data through July 2015, data source: NOAA Climate Prediction Center, last modified: 2015/08/01.

data through July 2015, last modified: 2015/08/05.

Surface temperature data (now with GHCN3 and ERSST) and upper 300 m Nino region ocean data are through July 2015, last modified: 2015/08/20.


See also NOAA weekly ENSO 30+ presentation pages.