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As El Niño fades, NOAA issues La Niña watch




File: A man crosses a street during a steady rainfall on Sept. 15, 2015 in L.A., as a low-pressure system filled with moisture from a former tropical cyclone unleashed heavy rain.
File: A man crosses a street during a steady rainfall on Sept. 15, 2015 in L.A., as a low-pressure system filled with moisture from a former tropical cyclone unleashed heavy rain.
File photo by Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images

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El Niño has no love for Southern California.

The much-needed rains have stopped off in Northern California and Washington State, but here? Nada.

A new advisory from the Climate Prediction Center in Washington DC might be best summed up by this song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OagFIQMs1tw

Meteorologists at the center say El Niño's days may be numbered, and it's dryer sibling — known as La Niña — could be on its way.

For more on La Niña and its possible impact on the state, Take Two spoke to Tom Di Liberto, a meteorologist with the Climate Prediction Center.

Press the blue play button above to hear the interview.