2023 is less likely to experience extreme climate change.

According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecast, there is a low risk of severe climate change in the world in 2023, according to weather forecaster U Win Naing, citing international weather reports.

Lanier begins in August 2021. This continues until now. In January of this year, it almost returned to normal (Neutral). But only for a month. La Niña has recovered and continues. Now it’s time to relax. If the heat is strong, it will be colder. The wave will be cold, Sometimes it rains heavily.

This is according to current model (climate prediction model) predictions. 2023, about 2 months It almost certainly will continue. If it is finished, At the end of 2 months, you can return to the normal (Neutral) weather pattern. It is neither La Niña nor El Nino.

That means sea surface temperatures near the equator will return to normal. Not too much. not too little

“Now, according to the predictions of the world’s weather models, there are only 2 models that predict La Niña. The model predicts Normal (Neutral) and the model predicts about 5. There are about 6. There are about 3. Models for predicting El Nino. Here are the predictions from all the models.

To sum it all up, the main thing is NOAA. You can say the American Oceanographic Research Group. The group makes an announcement once a month. This, as I said, is the conclusion of the publication for the last month of December. The possibility has become less. El Niño is impossible. It will remain neutral. That is why it is predicted that next year will be safe from the danger of severe weather.”

It is called the Equatorial Sea Surface Temperature of the Pacific Ocean. This affects all the continents of the world. It is currently forecast to be neutral from February to April. Approximately 71 percent. El Nino will be hot, The weather will be dry and severe.