Definition of El Niño
El Niño is the climate cycle that is present in the Pacific Ocean. The presence of it is due to the impact of weather patterns on the whole world. The cycle typically begins when the warm water that is present in the western tropical part of the Pacific Ocean starts to move towards the coast of South America.
These warm waters have a great influence on the weather across the globe. The impact of these waters is not felt unless winter and spring have not arrived. El Niño creates stronger winds and stable air over the regions of the Atlantic. In this way, it becomes difficult for hurricanes to form.