Department of Energy * Michael Halpert, Deputy Director, Climate Prediction Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration * Edward L.
What does CPC stand for?
CPC stands for Climate Prediction Center
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- Civil Procedure Code
- Civil Protection Committee
- Civilian Personnel Circular
- Claim Production Centre (UK)
- Claims Processing Center
- Claims Processing Centre
- Classic Parechocs (French car company)
- Classification Policy Committee
- Cleaner Production Centers
- Client Program Coordinator
- Climate Protection Campaign (various locations)
- Clinical Pathological Conference (medical teaching conference)
- Clôtures et Portails du Compiégnois (French fencing manufacturer)
- Club Penguin Club
- Club Professional Championship (Professional Golfers' Association of America)
- Coalition to Preserve Community (Columbia University; New York)
- Coastal Patrol Boat
- Coastal Policy Council (Alaska)
- Cob Project Campus (Oregon)
- Código de Processo Civil (Brazilian Code of Civil Procedure)
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The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center raised its Atlantic hurricane season forecast earlier this month after the strong start, increasing the chance of an above-normal year.
Climate Prediction Center as saying La NiEa conditions dissipated in April, with "both oceanic and atmospheric patterns indicating a transition to ENSO-neutral conditions.
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center forecast that La Nina conditions, where ocean waters in the east-central equatorial Pacific are unusually cool, would likely develop during the northern hemisphere summer this year.
Ed O'Lenic, senior meteorologist of the federal Climate Prediction Center, said that can be especially true in El Ni[+ or -]o years.
The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center in June reported an emerging El Nino current off of western South America.
Experts at the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center are projecting a 75 percent chance that the Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above normal this year, and with the start of hurricane season upon us, NOAA recommends those in hurricane-prone regions to begin their preparations.
Scientists at the NOAA Climate Prediction Center noted as the 2006-07 El Nino weather pattern faded, surface and subsurface ocean temperatures have rapidly decreased.