They report that El Niño phenomenon will begin in November in Ecuador | News
The El Niño climate phenomenon will begin to influence Ecuador from next November 15, the Oceanographic and Antarctic Institute of the Ecuadorian Navy (Inocar) reported this Tuesday.
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Through the BAE Orión ship, the entity measured parameters in 57 stations installed from the continent to the Galapagos Islands, located about 1,000 kilometers from the continental coast of Ecuador; so it could be filled to the conclusions.
"The Erfen Committee reports that the maximum period of rain, associated with El Niño, would be expected for the December, January and February quarter, with the first rainfall beginning in mid-November, as well as the tendency to increase sea level in our region. ", Inocar issued in a statement.
The committee #Erfen informs that the maximum period of #rainsassociated to #The boyit would be expected for the December, January and February quarter, with the first rainfall beginning in mid-November, as well as the tendency to increase sea level in our region. pic.twitter.com/amx1oKW3hI
— INOCAR (@inocarec)
November 7, 2023
Likewise, they reported that sea surface temperature in the equatorial Pacific Ocean increased from 18 to 24 degrees during the last year.
The entity warned that El Niño can bring intense rains of 10 to 12 hours that lead to floods, landslides and other disasters.
Likewise, it specified that between December 2023 and February 2024 the heaviest rains should be recorded.
Since last June, the yellow alert has been in effect in Ecuador due to the arrival of El Niño, which is active for territories located at an altitude equal to or less than 1,500 meters above sea level.
This alert includes 17 provinces, 143 cantons and 489 parishes, according to the Risk Management Secretariat of that nation.
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