BoM predicts the end of La Nina

Glenelg Pier (Photo: Travel With No Anchors)

Finally a good summer! The Bureau of Meteorology predicts the end of La Nina

Adelaide, get ready for trips to The Beachouse and Glenelg Beach because in the The Bureau of Meteorology's climate outlook for November to January, it looks like we might get a classic Aussie summer after all.

The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted that minimum temperatures would be warmer than the national average from November to January, with a nearly equal likelihood of cooler or warmer nights in western South Australia and other parts of the country.

La Nina, which enhances the likelihood of above-average rainfall in northern and eastern Australia throughout spring and summer, is expected to revert to neutral in early 2023.

However, a negative Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) phenomenon is expected to last through late spring, increasing the likelihood of above-average spring rainfall across much of Australia, especially when combined with La Nia.

According to the BoM, it also raises the likelihood that northern Australia will have warmer days and nights.

Bring on summer, Adelaide!

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