Weather forecast for summer 2023 in the United States due to the El Niño phenomenon
What will summer 2023 be like in the United States? The hot season begins on June 25, but it is very likely that it will be different from what we are thinking, due to the presence of El Niño. Find out how this climatic phenomenon will influence one of the most fun and suffocating seasons of the year.
If you are making plans to enjoy a vacation to enjoy the sun of the season, you should take into account the weather forecast for the following months. Here we tell you what is expected to happen from June to August.
HOW WILL THE EL NIÑO PHENOMENON AFFECT THE SUMMER IN THE UNITED STATES?
In general terms, according to The Weather Company, an IBM company and Atmospheric G2, the summer of 2023 is expected to have cooler days than usual due to the action of the El Niño phenomenon.
In this sense, it is forecast that summer 2023 will be colder and wetter in much of the country, compared to last year, especially at the beginning of the warmer months, very similar to what was experienced in the summer of 2017. It is very likely that wetter conditions will occur in the south and east, so temperatures will not be too high.
WHAT WILL THE SUMMER 2023 BE LIKE MONTH BY MONTH IN THE UNITED STATES FOR THE CHILD?
Below, detailed information on how summer looks for the following months, according to the forecast made by The Weather Company, which is collected by El DiarioNY
- There is a high probability that the lowest temperatures this summer will occur in June, in much of the southwestern US The heat would remain concentrated in the north.
- The heat will spread to the south and high temperatures will be recorded in this part of the Rocky Mountains and the Plains located in this area of the country. The coasts will register temperatures average or slightly cooler, especially in southern California.
- The heat will be increasing and will be rising from the plains to the upper midwest. The Northeast and West Coast, meanwhile, could remain near average or slightly cooler as summer winds down in September.
WHAT IS THE EL NIÑO PHENOMENON?
The “El Niño” phenomenon is an atmospheric response that occurs due to the warming of the oceans, which causes temperature changes and unexpected rains that can extend for months, and even years, throughout the world.