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Sea Surface Temperatures
Sea surface temperature data taken from NOAA office of satellite and product operations and updates once a day.

 

Atlantic

Gulf of Mexico

U.S. East Coast

 

 

 ENSO (El Nino Southern Oscillation) Monitoring

Pacific Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomalies
About this product: The following graphic below shows the SST anomalies for the Pacific region over the last 3 months.  The warmer colors indicate above average SST's and the cooler colors indicate below average SST's.

Equatorial Temperature Anomalies
About this product: The following graphic below shows the ocean temperature anomalies below the surface of the equatorial Pacific, focused from 140E to 100W over the last 2 months.  Warmer colors indicate above average temperatures and cooler colors indicate below average temperatures.

Tropical Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies Animation
 

 

 

 

Equatorial Pacific Temperature Depth Anomaly Animation

   

About this Product: The following link below shows multiple different forecast parameters for ENSO, including probabilistic forecasts and model predictions.
ENSO Forecast
 

About this Product:  The following link below shows the warm and cold episodes by season for a specific year dating back to 1950.  Numbers in blue and red indicate La Nina and El Nino conditions.
Yearly Cold and Warm Episodes