Latest climate outlook

14 March 2019

The BOM’s latest climate outlook for the April to June period shows a significant improvement on the last outlook released a fortnight ago.

The Bureau of Meteorology’s latest climate outlook shows no strong indication of a wetter or drier three-month period between April and June for most regions, apart from Cape York and some regions in south-east Australia.

While the forecast still suggests a dry end to the northern wet season and a dry start to the southern cool season, the outlook has improved significantly on the one released a fortnight ago – which, to be fair, couldn’t have been much worse.

For more information on the updated climate outlook, watch BOM’s latest video below.

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