Some interesting graphs and surprises. Followed below with the most devastating news.
Archived color maps of local temperature anomalies are available on-line at:
You can see where the last cyclone swathed a path for a second this week, to cool the West Coast of Australia. Warwick Hughes checked the original BoM forecast for March, then wrote this: Australian Bureau of Meteorology March temperature Outlooks turned out to be laughable failures. Warwick has more, go and see the graphs.
BoM’s sea surface ‘looped’ temperature series is colour-distracted, especially to a colour blind reader like myself, but here goes:
|North Western Australia|
|Cocos (Keeling) Islands||Christmas Island|
Interesting, the effects of near cyclone and cyclone distribution can be noticed.
May even have the most accurate forecasts, too:
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