APEC Climate Center (APCC) Newsletter Issue No. 4 2024

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Issue No. 04 | 2024
APEC Climate Center Newsletter

TOP ISSUES

Announcement of APCC 2023 Annual Report

The APEC Climate Center (APCC) has published the APCC 2023 Annual Report in both Korean and English. The APCC 2023 Annual Report contains concisely recorded achievements of the organization in 2023.More...

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APCC Held a Commendation Ceremony for 2024 World Meteorological Day

The APEC Climate Center (APCC) held a commendation ceremony for 2024 World Meteorological Day on April 1, 2024, to commemorate the 'World Meteorological Day' at the the APCC Building in Haeundae, Busan.More...

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CURRENT FORECAST

ENSO Outlook for April 2024 ~ September 2024
The APCC ENSO Alert suggests “La Niña Watch”. In February 2024, above normal sea surface temperature anomalies spanned the equatorial Pacific. The Niño3.4 index is expected to be 0.7℃ for April 2024 and then gradually decrease to -1℃ for September 2024. The probability for ENSO neutral conditions is expected to be 60% for April – June 2024 and then decrease. Meanwhile, the chance for La Niña conditions is expected to gradually increase and then become dominant (~64%) for July – September 2024.
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MME Seasonal Outlook for April 2024 ~ September 2024
Strongly enhanced probability for above normal temperatures is predicted for most of the globe except for the central and eastern equatorial Pacific for April – September 2024. For April – June 2024, strongly enhanced probability for below normal precipitation is predicted for region spanning the Indochinese Peninsula to the central tropical North Pacific. For July – September 2024, strongly enhanced probability for below normal precipitation is expected for the western equatorial Pacific and the central and eastern off-equatorial North Pacific.
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SERVICES
Climate Information Service
APCC produces high-cost climate data and information by operating a real-time and highly-validated climate prediction system based on a multi-climate model ensemble (MME) technique. APCC also carries out research in order to enhance capacity in the monitoring and prediction of weather and climate in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
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