WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- The weather pattern known as El Nino is re-emerging in the Pacific Ocean, and that could bring a change in weather for next winter, and perhaps for the next few years. The near record-setting cold seen in parts of the Midwest off and on for the past few years could be replaced by unseasonable warmth.
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