It is known that recently, the El Nino suddenly dropped off the radar. It is only now that we are beginning to see defined cold waves oscillate across the ENSO region. I find this event to be related to the ENSO teleconnection, as these bodies of water are shaped in arc formations- unusual in the rest of the world. Additionally, there are more than 4 of these waves that are all moving on the same latitude. Also, notice how these 'waves' are the same distance apart from one another. This feature is not evident in waves towards the 180 degree longitude line, but is shown to the east.
What does this mean for the ENSO? Until these 'waves' dissipate (if they ever do), the El nino will most likely not be able to get itself back on it feet. I can easily see this El Nino gone for the winter season. I will watch for it to reappear, but for now, things are not looking that good.