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‘Godzilla El Niño’ Now Being Called ‘Strongest In Recorded History’

el-nino-thermoA new piece in the Washington Post, and the new thermographic image above, are here to scare the wits out of you today about this coming fall and winter, when it sounds like every day in California will be a #Rainpocalypse. You know how that climate guy was calling the coming El Niño, now taking shape in the Pacific, a “Godzilla El Niño” a couple weeks ago? Well now more experts are weighing in saying it’s most definitely going to get the official categorization of a “strong” event by the end of this month, and 2015 is likely to then become the warmest year on record for the planet as a whole. That’s going to mean a lot of different things for a lot of places, including possible drought in Australia, fewer Atlantic hurricanes…


Kazakhstan mudslide forces hundreds from their homes (VIDEO)

Hundreds evacuated from their homes after a massive mudslide in Kazakhstan. CNN’s Derek Van Dam reports…


See Why 2015 May Be the Hottest Year Ever


Already, the first six months of 2015 have been the hottest on record…



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