Central America’s Drought Expected to Continue Through October

25 Jul 2014 by OOSKAnews Correspondent

Climatologists and meteorologists from Central America are predicting that drought conditions in the region will continue through August, September, and October.Following a recent Climate Forum in El Salvador, that country’s Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources issued a press release saying that after carrying out analyses of weather patterns, historical records of rainfall, ocean surface temperatures, rainfall probability scenarios, and other factors, experts have created a map of expected rainfall in the region over the next three months. The map is available here.Belize and large sections of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua will be most affected, while Costa Rica and Panama are expected to experience fewer impacts...

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