SFSU Public Affairs Press ReleasePublished by the Public Affairs Office at San Francisco State University, Diag Center.
Dr. John Monteverdi, Professor of Meteorology
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"Though this year's La Niņa will be much like last year's, with average rainfall and colder-than-normal temperatures, we should see it abating since we're on the downside of this weather event," says Monteverdi.
Jan Null, Adjunct Professor of Meteorology and Certified Meteorologist for Golden Gate Weather Services: (415) 338-7728; (510) 657-2246; firstname.lastname@example.org
Null explains that Bay Area rainfall will remain fairly average this winter since the region is located between two extremes: the Pacific Northwest, which experiences heavier than normal rainfall and colder temperatures during La Niņa; and Southern California, which experiences drought conditions and cooler temperatures.
www.wdc.ndin.net/calnina: Offers details on La Niņa and California rainfall, plus historic comparison of La Niņa and El Niņo years dating back to 1950.
www.ggweather.com/links: Offers numerous links to California climate, La Niņa/El Niņo information resources, and satellite imagery.
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Last modified April 24, 2007, by Office of Public Affairs