Unformatted text preview: that's for sure. But look on the
bright if not burned side: It could be in the upper 90s
again. EL NIÑO SHOULD GIVE US A COOL,
DAMP AUTUMN. REALLY. BUT NOT
THIS WEEK. ``It sounds funny to `cool off' to the upper 80s,''
Rucker said Sunday. ``But I think we will tell a
difference.'' Monday, September 22, 1997
Pete Reinwald DEMOCRAT STAFF WRITER Looking ahead, Rucker said, ``we'll have those little
up-and-down swings in the temperature for the next
month or so.'' We need to revise the seasons - winter, spring,
summer, bawl. That brings us back to El Niño, the weather
phenomenon that happens every three to five years
and turns global weather patterns upside down usually to North Florida's benefit. If you've been expecting a big break from the heat,
you might feel like crying. El Niño (``The Child,'' for the Christ child, because
Peruvians would notice its effects around
Christmas) is a warming of waters off Peru that
causes changes in upp...
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