Seasonal outlook September to November 2014‏


The Bureau of Meteorology has released its seasonal forecast for September to November of 2014.

The main points in the latest forecast are:
  • A drier than normal September to November is more likely for parts of the southeast mainland. Elsewhere, the chances of a wetter or drier than normal September to November are roughly equal.
  • The September outlook suggests drier conditions are more likely for many parts of southern Australia in early spring.
  • Southern Australia and parts of the northern tropics are more likely to see warmer than usual days.
  • Warmer than average nights are more likely for the southern half of Australia and the northern Cape York Peninsula in Queensland.
  • Climate influences include a weakening negative Indian Ocean Dipole, and near-average to warm temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean.