Since the onset of the summer wet-season in October, most summer rainfall zone regions in Southern Africa have experienced wetter than normal conditions. An article published on The Conversation by Sarah Roffe, a Postdoctoral Fellow in Climatology at the University of the Free State, suggests that El Niño-Southern Oscillation forecasts suggest the current weak La Niña, which is causing the increased rainfall, should migrate to a Neutral phase during April-June but until then southern Africa’s summer rainfall regions will likely continue experiencing wetter than normal conditions and additional flooding might occur. Visit the News Blog page on the Future Media website to read the full article.