COLUMBIA — Columbia experienced record-low temperatures in the past two days, and atmospheric scientists are saying the region's climate history suggests such unusually low temperatures may be associated with a developing El Niño in the Pacific Ocean.
Developing El Nino could be causing cooler summer temperatures
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