|Very Strong La Nina|
|Duration||May 2030 — Dissipated = December 2033|
|Peak Intensity||-2.8 C|
In March of 2030, the NHC declared that the El Nino has nearly dissipated, and they estimated that it would dissipate by early May or sometime in May. They thought that this La Nina would be at a Very Strong La Nina range, with seasons being impacted a lot, being above average.
By June of 2030, they predicted that the year would be nearly above average due to the weak temperatures in there. However, it was above average.
Impacts on 2030-2033 Seasons
2030 Atlantic Season
The season was nearly above average, with 17 depressions being produced, 12 of them of which became storms, 9 of them became hurricanes and 5 of them became major hurricanes.
2030 Pacific Season
The season was slightly below average, with 15 depressions, 11 of those of which became named, 8 became hurricanes, and only 2 of them were major hurricanes.
2031 Atlantic Season
The season was extremely active, with 34 depressions forming, 27 of them becoming tropical storms, 20 became hurricanes, and 8 of them became major hurricanes.
2031 Pacific Season
The season was extremely below average, with only 9 depressions, 5 of them named, 2 hurricanes, and one became a major hurricane.
2032 Atlantic Season
The season was slightly below average than the 2031 season, with 26 depressions forming, 23 of which became named, 15 of those becoming hurricanes, and 7 of them becoming major hurricanes.
2032 Pacific Season
The season was slightly above average, with 11 depressions, 7 becoming named, 4 hurricanes and 2 major hurricanes.
2033 Atlantic Season
The season was finally near average, with 14 depressions, 10 becoming named, 6 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes.
2033 Pacific Season
The season was near average, with 15 storms named, 8 becoming hurricanes and 4 of them becoming major hurricanes.