Warmer than normal conditions prevail in the western North Atlantic and near normal conditions elsewhere. In the South Atlantic near normal conditions prevail.
The Northern Pacific is near normal with cooler to near normal waters in the eastern tropical Pacific. The far northern Pacific should be cooler than normal as well as the Arctic sea north of North America while the Arctic Sea north of Russia should be considerably warmer than normal. The South Pacific is warmer than normal off the South American coast and also in the western South Pacific The sea around New Zealand is cooler than normal.
The Indian Ocean is near normal in the north and cooler than normal for a larger area south of the equator off of the coast of Western Australia.