STATE COLLEGE — The warm phase of a notable climate pattern appears likely to hit the U.S. later this year, and according to some of the latest models, Pennsylvania could see above-average temperatures and rainfall this spring and summer.

According to the National Weather Service, there is roughly a 62% chance of El Niño developing between May and June. The odds of the climate pattern developing increase to about 80% by the fall.

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