AUGUST to October is likely to be drier than average for most of mainland Australia. Chances are highest in the south east, where there is a greater than 80 percent chance of a drier season for northern Victoria and southern New South Wales.
THE months from July to September are likely to be drier than average in northern and eastern mainland Australia this year, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s latest three monthly seasonal climate outlook statement released today.
Winter days and nights are likely to be warmer than average for most of Australia, except parts of the far north. Warm winter days are very likely in the southeast, with chances greater than 80% over NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and eastern SA.
Below-average rainfall is likely from May to July for parts of southwest Western Australia and western Victoria, while temperatures are likely to be warmer than average in far southern and northern parts.
The summer rainfall outlook issued by the Bureau of Meteorology this morning shows no strong swing towards a wetter or drier conditions for most of Australia.
For the three months November to January, most of the country has just a 50 percent chance of being wetter than average, according to the latest Seasonal Climate outlook statement released by the Bureau of Meteorology today.
The chances of above average rainfall during October are looking better for large parts of Eastern Australia according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s seasonal climate outlook forecast for October to December, released this morning.
For most of the country, there are roughly equal chances of a wetter or drier spring, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s latest three month climate outlook released this morning.
August to October rainfall is likely to be below average for most of southern mainland Australia, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s latest climate outlook statement released this morning.
July to September rainfall is likely to be below average over southwest WA and southeast Australia, according to the latest climate outlook statement released by the Bureau of Meteorology today.