La Nina preparing for second round?


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If you liked the weather in 2011, you’re probably going to love the weather for the next few months. Elwynn Taylor, climatology specialist with Iowa State University, says the phenomenon known as La Nina is recovering in strength and will likely be a factor in the nation’s weather in 2012. He discussed the impact La Nina could have on different parts of the country and next year’s corn yields in an interview during Iowa State’s Integrated Crop Management Conference in Ames, Iowa.

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