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ENSO normal state.

  • Normal equatorial winds warm as they flow westward across the Pacific.
  • Cold water is pulled up along west coast of South America.
  • Warming water is pushed toward west side of Pacific.
  • Sea surface is warm in the west.
  • Hot air rises in western Pacific, travels eastward and cool air descends on South America.

Derived from NOAA / PMEL / TAO diagrams.

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