Thursday, 23 February 2012
A map showing the AWRA reporting regions
Data and metadata for figures in the Australian Water Resources Assessment 2010 are now available for download. This is the first time such data have been made available for an Australian water resource assessment.
Read more about Behind the Australian Water Resources Assessment.
Annual Climate Summary 2011
The climate of 2011 was dominated by two La Niña events: a strong event peaking over the summer of 2010–11 and a second La Niña which developed in late 2011. This contributed to record rainfall for Australia over a two-year period and cooler than average temperatures over most of Australia last year, particularly in the northern parts.
Read more about 2011: two La Niñas make it cooler and wetter.
Tuesday, 21 February 2012
The Water Storage website shows live storage capacity on a bar graph
Thursday, 19 January 2012
National map of probability of exceeding median rainfall
The Bureau's rainfall outlook indicates there is a strong chance that most of Western Australia and the tropical north will have more rainfall than usual in the coming months.
Read more about Wetter in the west and tropical north.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012
Water Storage website
North East Water is the newest data provider behind the Bureau of Meteorology's Water Storage web pages and iPhone app. Giving Australians access to national water information, the website now includes four new storages in Victoria's northeast. This takes the total of reported storages to 273 from 18 data providers.
Read more about Water Storage expands its reach.