During El Nino, the eastern and central parts of the Pacific Ocean – namely the parts around the equator – warm up slightly, causing droughts and heat waves. La Nina is the cooler counterpart; that is, the water gets slightly colder, leading to floods and tropical cyclones. It should be noted, though, that the effects of both El Nino and La Nina differ based on location.
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