Dating antigua and arbuda 2016
Further, the criteria and episode – five overlapping “seasons” of La Nina temperatures is unlikely to be met.
The island-average of 46.2 mm (1.82 in) for October 2016 is the fourth lowest on record dating back to, at least, 1928 and the lowest since October 2000.
Further, it is the wettest January-October since 2013.
Notwithstanding, we are still over 5 inches in the “red” relative to the long-term average of 952.8 mm (37.51 in).
This is doubled the amount for last year – the driest year on record.
For the period November to April, above normal temperature is likely.