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The phenomenon known as El Niño is brewing in the Pacific Ocean and it could be one of the strongest on record, raising the risk of floods and mudslides this winter in Southern California, forecasters say. This year's ocean warming could even make for a Super El Niño, or as one climatologist put it: "the potential of being the Godzilla El Niño." TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.