Usually, El Nino occurs every 20 years. But a new study reveals that all that may be reduced every 10 years.
The study comes from the Nature Climate Change which reports that a dramatic increase in El Nino weather will become more frequent in the 21st century.
El Nino usually occurs when the temperature of the Pacific Ocean rises and alters rainfall patterns which would eventually lead to wild floods and severe drought.
Although more research is said to be required, the thought alone does seem a cause for concern. We have been seeing some wild weather and catastrophes to date and while most of us still hope to reverse these unwanted events, the fact remains that we still have a long way to go to normalize and bring back the earth back to how it used to be.