|National Seasonal Temperature Outlook: probabilities for August to October 2004, issued 13th July 2004|
Increased warmth for parts of WA and SE Australia
The coming three months are more likely to be warmer than average across the west of WA and in a small part of southeast Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology announced today. However, for most of the country, the shifts in the odds are too weak to offer any firm guidance as to the most likely outcome for mean maximum temperatures during the period from late winter to mid-spring.
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|The following climate meteorologists in the National Climate Centre can be contacted about this outlook: Grant Beard on (03) 9669 4527, David Jones on (03) 9669 4085, Robert Fawcett on (03) 9669 4296|
|Regional versions of this media release are available: | Qld
Regional commentary is available from the Climate and Consultancy Sections in the Bureau's Regional Offices:
THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SEASONAL OUTLOOK IS EXPECTED BY 17th AUGUST 2004.