Peruvian coast to have cold streak September through October

Posted on September 9, 2011 • Filed under: Agriculture, Enviromental Issues, Peru, TRAVEL reported that current oceanographic conditions indicates that the Peruvian coast cooler water present than normal during the months of September and October.
The news was released by the National Committee for the Study of El Niño (ENFEN), but this is a crucial indicator of a probable presence of the phenomenon known as “La Niña”. Reported that about facing the river flows from the coast, Chira and Chancay, and Lambayeque in the north and Arequipa in the region Majes shown lower values ​​than normal. While the Cañete river and Rimac had values ​​above normal in August. Read Article

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