Asia spring forecast: Flooding to threaten southeast China to Japan; Drought to persist in Southeast Asia

By AccuWeather

While much of Asia can expect dry and mild conditions, there will be areas of ongoing drought as well as the risk of flooding during the spring of 2016.

“The main players in Asia this spring will be the typical ones, including the monsoon and fluctuations in Indian Ocean water temperatures,” according to AccuWeather Chief International Meteorologist Jason Nicholls.

In addition, El Niño may still have enough influence to factor into the western Pacific Typhoon season during the approach of summer.

El Niño is defined by above-average sea surface temperatures in eastern and central equatorial Pacific Ocean. These sea surface temperatures cycle from warm to cool, relative to average, over a several-year period.

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