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La Nina is a climate pattern that brings warmer and drier air into the southern United States every few years.
Neal Earley, Arkansas Online, 28 Dec. 2021
The higher temps are caused by La Niña, a weather pattern that cools part of the Pacific Ocean, which leads to warmer and drier conditions.
Malak Silmi, San Antonio Express-News, 27 Dec. 2021
For Alabama, La Ninas typically correspond to warmer and drier winters.
Leigh Morgan, al, 1 Dec. 2021
Especially, because in the Southwest warmer and drier conditions are typically favored over normal conditions, Smith said.
Amaris Encinas, The Arizona Republic, 30 Nov. 2021
Good weather could’ve helped the western monarch population this year, and although droughts caused by climate change can make the population decline, warmer and drier summers, like this year’s, can help them, according to recent studies.
Caitlin O’kane, CBS News, 26 Nov. 2021
In all, cooler and wetter conditions are forecast across portions of the northern tier of the country, with warmer and drier conditions for much of the southern tier — in line with a typical La Niña weather pattern.
Judson Jones And Haley Brink, CNN, 25 Oct. 2021
The ground and atmosphere have become warmer and drier.
George Skelton, Los Angeles Times, 21 Oct. 2021
The researchers conclude that the ancestors of E. persephone may have originated above ground hundreds of millions of years ago before fleeing underground when conditions became hotter and drier.
Corryn Wetzel, Smithsonian Magazine, 20 Dec. 2021
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