We look to be headed into El Nino. What does a El Nino year mean for me? 
The warmer waters cause the Pacific jet stream to move south of its neutral position. With this shift, areas in the northern U.S. and Canada are dryer and warmer than usual. But in the U.S. Gulf Coast and Southeast, these periods are wetter than usual and have increased flooding.
Source: NOAA

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NOAA Climate Prediction Center Forecast Maps

Click on any image to expand. These were updated as of 03/21/2024

May - Jun - Jul               

Jun - Jul - Aug

July - Aug - Sep

Aug - Sep - Oct

Sep - Oct - Nov

Oct - Nov - Dec

Nov - Dec - Jan (25) 

Dec - Jan - Feb (25) 

Jan - Feb - Mar (25) 

Feb - Mar - Apr (25)

Mar - Apr - May (25)

Warming Waters

By influencing global temperatures and precipitation, the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) significantly impacts Earth’s ecosystems and human societies. El Niño and La Niña are opposite extremes of the ENSO, which refers to cyclical environmental conditions that occur across the Equatorial Pacific Ocean. These changes are due to natural interactions between the ocean and atmosphere. Sea surface temperature, rainfall, air pressure, atmospheric and ocean circulation all influence each other. 
Source: NOAA

Current U.S. Drought Map