Climate Outlooks issued 28 August 2014

Monthly and seasonal Climate Outlooks for September to November 2014 are now available on the Bureau’s website.

  • Drier than normal September to November is more likely for parts of the south-east mainland.
  • Warmer than usual days more likely for southern Australia and parts of the northern tropics.
  • Climate influences include a weakening negative Indian Ocean Dipole and near-average to warm temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean.


Rainfall  Temperature Climate and water video
Chance of exceeding median rainfall for September to November Chance of exceeding median maximum temperature for September to November Brief summary of the rainfall, temperature and streamflow outlooks


Monthly rainfall percentages for Australia Monthly mean temperature decile for Australia

Upgraded Climate Outlooks service

Our new-look website offers you more climate information, including rainfall and temperature outlooks for separate months, short videos on the outlook and how to interpret climate risk, and detailed information on the climate influences. Plus it is easy to use on your desktop, tablet or mobile, with interactive maps that resize according to device and specific information for your location.

Information courtesy of the Bureau of Metereology. 

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