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Second-driest September on record

September 2018 was Victoria's second driest September since comprehensive records began in 1900. That makes it the driest September since 1914 and the ninth consecutive month of below average rainfall for the State. Most of Victoria recorded rainfall in the lowest 10% of the historic record for September. There were also patches of lowest September rainfall on record across Victoria.

Clear skies and dry soils meant very much cooler than average overnight temperatures. Large parts of the north and northwest saw lowest on record monthly minimum temperatures.

Days were warmer than average in East Gippsland, along the border with NSW and parts of the Central District. Elsewhere, daytime temperatures were close to average.

See the September Climate Summary for Victoria for more details.

Dry, warm outlook for November to January

The first look outlook for November to January, issued Thursday 11 October, shows a drier and warmer than average three months is likely for much of Victoria. Most of the State has a less than 40% chance of above average rainfall.

Days are likely to be warmer than average, especially in parts of the north where there is a greater than 80% chance of higher than usual maximum temperatures.

Nights are likely to be warmer than average in the east. However, in much of the west there is roughly equal chances of warmer or cooler than average minimum temperatures.

See all the details in our Climate Outlooks and ENSO Wrap-Up, and make sure to check out the outlook video