The individual models are combined into the ensemble mean, shown as a yellow line on the chart. This yellow line keeps the ENSO state where it is at the moment with fluctuations here and there. This prospect isn't all that surprising, seeing as the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) has not been showing any love to the ENSO regions recently that would otherwise bump up the prospects for an El Nino.
You're probably looking at all those models and wondering 'Which one is the best?' Well, the IRI has an archive of compiled forecasts of each model and observed ENSO conditions superimposed. I went through each model and found the most accurate one of the bunch, shown below:
In summary, the ENSO conditions should stay in neutral for this winter. This means an increased chance for a cool Plains, a stormy south Plains and wet Southeast-East Coast.