|WA Seasonal Temperature Outlook: probabilities for January to March 2005, issued 16th December 2004|
Generally neutral outlook for WA seasonal temperatures
There are no strong shifts in the odds towards either above or below average maximum temperatures for the March quarter (Jan-Mar) across most of Western Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology announced today. The one exception is in the north Kimberley where a warmer than average season is the more likely outcome. This outlook pattern is mainly the result of above average temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean, particularly the west.
Click on the maps above for larger versions of the maps. Use the reload/refresh button to ensure the latest forecast maps are displayed.
|More information on this outlook is available from 9.00am to 5.00pm (WST) Monday to Friday by contacting the Climate and Consultancy section in the Bureau's Perth Office: (08) 9263 2222.|
THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SEASONAL OUTLOOK IS EXPECTED BY 18th JANUARY 2005