|Southeastern Aust Seasonal Temperature Outlook: probabilities for April to June 2009, issued 24th March 2009|
Cooler nights expected in southern parts of SE Australia
For southeastern Australia, the outlook for minimum temperatures averaged over the June quarter (April to June) shows a pattern of strongly contrasting probabilities. Moderate to strong shifts in the odds favour below normal overnight temperatures over the southern parts of the region, while warmer than normal temperatures are indicated in northeast NSW. Although not as strong, the outlook pattern for maximum temperatures is reversed, with warmer days favoured in parts of SA and Victoria and cooler days more likely in northeast NSW.
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More information on this outlook is available Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm local time by contacting the Bureau's Climate Services sections in Queensland, NSW, SA, Victoria and Tasmania at the following numbers:
THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SEASONAL OUTLOOK IS EXPECTED BY 24th April 2009