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Seasonal climate outlook * UPDATED 23 February 2017

The outlook for rainfall in Tasmania

For March - the outlook is for well below average totals for all of the State, with the south being the driest.  

For April - the outlook is for near average totals in the south-east, grading to below average in the north-west and King Island.     

Historical accuracy for rainfall outlook is moderate to high for Tasmania for this part of the year.         


The outlook for temperatures in Tasmania 

For March - the outlook for maximum temperatures grades from near average in the western half, through to above average in the east and Flinders Island.

The outlook for minimum temperatures grades from average in the south west, through to above average in the north-east and Flinders island.  

For April - the outlook for maximum temperatures grades from near average in the western half, through to above average in the east and Flinders Island. 

The outlook for minimum temperatures is for near average readings for the western half of the Sate, through to slightly above average in the east and Flinders island.

  • Visit the BoM website for detailed maps of the maximum and minimum temperature outlooks for the coming months.  

Historical accuracy for maximum temperatures is moderate to high for Tasmania for this part of the year; and for minimum temperatures, the historical accuracy is moderate to high.


For more detailed information, maps and video - visit the BoM climate outlook website.   The next update is scheduled for 30 March 2017.