El Niño in Florida can mean rainy, cool dry season

El Niño is a weather phenomenon that can impact winter weather patterns in certain areas.

It may lead to milder winters in some regions.

However, making long-term predictions about its impact is difficult.

El Niño occurs when the Pacific Ocean's surface temperatures rise above average.

This can cause changes in atmospheric circulation patterns, which can affect weather around the world.

El Niño events typically occur every two to seven years.

Scientists continue to study El Niño and its potential impacts on weather patterns.

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