hypothetical!!!!In February 2018, NOAA announced that the extremely weak El Niño 2017-2018 was over and that now, concerns would turn to an episode of La Niña that would take shape throughout 2018. In its monthly discussion of March 2018 , NOAA has activated the status "La Niña advisory". In April, the equatorial Pacific Ocean was already 0.7ºC lower than the average, that is, the territory of La Niña had already been reached. As of May, the temperature drop was steadily increasing, until in September it reached an impressive 2 degrees below average, but in the monthly discussion of that month, the models were indicating that the Pacific would cool even more. In December, the anomaly reached 2.9 degrees below normal, beating any La Niña episode ever recorded. During the first half of 2019, temperatures were rising, but the maximum anomaly in that period reached already strong 1.5ºC below the average during the month of May 2019. As of June, the pacific began to cool again, reaching 2 Degrees of negative anomaly in November of that year. The models indicated that this episode of La Niña would last at least until the middle of 2020. The uninterrupted episode of La Niña that began in April 2018 and lasted until May 2020 was the strongest ever recorded, and one of the most Impressive and beneficial was the rain that fell hard in dry areas of the Brazilian Northeast during the years 2019 and 2020.