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September 3, 2018 Statistics & Trends No Comments Email Email


With just two days of winter remaining it’s time for the Bureau of Meteorology to look ahead to spring.http://www.itb-asia.com/press/media-services/accreditation/

Much of the country experienced warmer and drier than average conditions throughout winter and those conditions are predicted to continue over the coming three months.

BOM’s Manager of Long Range Forecasting, Dr. Andrew Watkins, will be available at our National Operations Centre in Melbourne tomorrow to discuss the Spring Outlook across the country and provide a preliminary wrap up of winter.

Steven McGibbony, Severe Weather Manager for Victoria will also be available to discuss conditions for the first week of spring across Victoria with local media.

Details:

Who: Dr. Andrew Watkins, Senior Climatologist and Steve McGibbony, Severe Weather Manager for Victoria (BOM – National Operations Centre).

 

When: 1pm AEDT, Thursday 30 August 2018.

 

Where: Bureau National Operations Centre, 700 Collins Street, Docklands (Melbourne)

– (please wait in foyer after signing in at reception).
 

NB: For media unable to attend, a video recording of the media conference will be made available in the download section of the Bureau’s newsroom.


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