Great News For Melburnians Who Are SICK Of The Cold Weather
Melbourne, it's been a long, cold, rainy, somewhat cruel winter and spring.
We might not live in the coldest part of the world, but many Melburnians have been left feeling like 2016's wintry weather just won't quit.
Dear Melbourne's Weather,— Jess McGuire (@jessmcguire) October 22, 2016
Today you became a parody of yourself. Lift your game!
Currently Soaked In Coburg
Fear not! Today The Bureau Of Meterology's three-monthly climate outlook report was released, and it brings some good news!
It outlines that 'apart from the southwest, most of Victoria has a 60 per cent chance or better of above average maximum temperatures from November to January.
'November days will be cooler in the south and southwest but warmer in northern and eastern Victoria, while in December every region stands at least a 60 per cent chance of above average maximum temperatures.
The further east from Melbourne you are, the more likely it is that your nights in the November to January period will be warmer than average while west of Melbourne, there’s an even chance that minimum temperatures will exceed the median.
Across the three months, our part of the world has an even chance of exceeding average rainfall, but November will be drier, with only a 30 to 40 per cent chance that Victoria will beat the median.'
It looks like we'll finally be able to get our bathers out and get ready to hit those deserted beaches!
Source: The Herald Sun