Ag News

Wetter and Cooler with a short lived La Nina - January to March outlook

  • By: Farm Tender "Prime"
  • Dec 22, 2017

   * The January to March rainfall outlook, issued 21 December 2017, shows parts of eastern and Western Australia are likely to have a wetter than average three months.
   * January is likely to be wetter than average for WA, eastern NSW and southeast Queensland.
   * January to March daytime and night-time temperatures are likely to be cooler than average for parts of eastern and western Australia, but warmer than average for the far southwest and southeast.
   * La Niña conditions are present in the tropical Pacific Ocean. This event is forecast to be short lived and weaker than the previous La Niña in 2010-12. See the Climate Influences section for more information.

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