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Sunday, 20 April 2014

The world got a taste of this back in the late 1990s but this time it could be a lot worse with a severe drought in some areas and flooding in others.

Add this to the worldwide sudden increase of earthquakes and it could take people's minds off elections and another cold war developing as this will take over the news.

Researchers are keeping a close eye on a giant pool of abnormally warm water in the Pacific Ocean that some think could trigger another El NiƱo of epic proportions if it rises to the surface, sending weather patterns into a frenzy around the world.

"We have just went through a Polar Vortex of a lot of record-breaking cold and snow & ice", stated said Herb Landis, acting director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center in Washington.

"If this one is building faster, and it has been so far, we cannot predict the damage it might do to certain areas."

Before, in the 1990s there were heavy rains in California which has been in a drought, and very dry weather in the Midwest and along the Atlantic coast.

"This was bad enough to those who remember. This could be a lot stronger. If it is just the same, it would still be a mess, especially in Europe and Australia."

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