On Thursday, experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will convene to delve into the key findings from the U.S. and global climate analyses for January 2024. During this session, they will also provide insights into the latest El Nino update and offer a comprehensive outlook on the U.S. seasonal forecasts for temperature, precipitation, and drought over the next three months.
One particularly intriguing highlight will be a core discussion on NOAA NCEI’s updated global temperature dataset, which has undergone enhancement using Artificial Intelligence technology. This technological advancement aims to significantly bolster crucial global climate monitoring efforts.
The scheduled conference call is set to take place on Thursday, February 15, between 11:00 and 11:45 a.m. Eastern Time (USA).
The esteemed panel at the upcoming session will comprise a cohort of climate and weather experts, offering a diverse range of perspectives and insights into the climate trends observed for January 2024.
To tune in, participants can dial into the conference call or view the accompanying slides online, which will be available approximately 30 minutes before the teleconference.
For those interested in delving deeper into the climate data, NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information will be releasing detailed climate reports covering January 2024, both at the national and global scales.
Additionally, the NOAA Climate Prediction Center will present its outlooks and assessments for the upcoming season, providing valuable insights into the expected temperature patterns, precipitation trends, and drought conditions across the United States.
Moreover, the session will delve into the current status of El Niño and La Niña phenomena, offering a nuanced understanding of the climatic patterns dictated by these oceanic events.
For a broader perspective on NOAA’s climate monitoring initiatives and resources, participants are encouraged to explore the NOAA Climate Portal, a comprehensive platform offering a plethora of climate-related data and analyses.
Looking ahead, NOAA will continue to provide forthcoming climate monitoring reports, serving as essential resources for researchers, policymakers, and the general public to stay informed about the ever-evolving climate dynamics.
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