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Hello there, and welcome to the Bureau’s outlook for January to March 2019. Our ENSO Outlook remains at El Niño ALERT, as the tropical Pacific Ocean has warmed to El Niño levels but the atmosphere has yet to respond. Models suggest Pacific Ocean temperatures will remain warmer than average through the coming months, raising the

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Welcome to the Climate and Water Outlook for summer 2019–20. December is likely be hotter and drier than average with a good chance the monsoon will be delayed for tropical Australia. However, the drier-than-usual pattern is likely to ease as summer progresses. But, first let’s look at recent conditions. It’s been exceptionally dry across most

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Welcome to the Climate and Water Outlook for February–April 2019. Widespread and extended periods of extreme heat have dominated Australia’s climate so far this summer. El Niño is on hold for now, but warmer-than-average temperatures are set to continue right across the country. First, let’s look at recent conditions. Following Australia’s warmest December on record,

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Welcome to the Climate and Water Outlook for July–September 2019. Drier- and warmer-than-average conditions are likely to continue for July through to September for much of southern Australia, with an increased risk of frost. But first, let’s look at recent conditions. Very dry conditions have persisted through large parts of southern Australia, prolonging the drought

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Australia’s highly variable climate is influenced by the broad patterns in the oceans around it, and the atmosphere above it. Some of these patterns are not only more obvious than others, but also predictable. We call these our ‘climate drivers’. One of our strongest climate drivers is the El Niño–Southern Oscillation, or “ENSO”. ENSO is

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good evening, everybody, it’s David Schlotthauer here going to give you a very detailed us weather forecast we are talking a big pattern change expected to take place over the next couple of days across the United States also followed by a pretty impressive winter storm that could really take place across the Pacific Northwest

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hello from the Bureau I’m climatologist Robyn Duell and i’m hydrologist Robert Pipunic we’re here to discuss the climate water outlook for October to January so Robyn what’s driving the climate this time well Rob we have a positive Indian Ocean dipole underway in the Indian Ocean and we can see that by that cooler

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good morning, everybody, I’m David Schlotthauer welcome back to another video in today’s video we’re gonna be taking a look at another u.s. weather forecast as there’s another pattern change expected to occur within the next couple of weeks I am taking a break from the tropics because we did cover in the last couple

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thanks for tuning in to this latest climate update issued january 23rd 2019 the latest Drought Monitor and a discussion of the recent climate conditions across California will be covered in this video presentation currently we're looking at across the state of California considerable improvement and most regions are now in the d1 for the

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thanks for tuning into this video whether presentation we'll talk about some of the climate extremes of 2019 and we'll take a look at the outlook for the upcoming summer this is Alex tardy meteorologist with National Weather Service San Diego office just a reminder here the National Weather Service does post information in real

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