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FORECAST FOR 2010-2028
  
 

Kevin Long issues his quarterly forecast for Central Victoria approximately a week before the start of each season.
 
( It contains estimates of expected rainfall, the strength of the climate drivers affecting the region, and expected implications for water storages and irrigation allocations. )
 
 
The  2010-2028 Forecast  takes into account the major effects of lunar and sunspot cycles, as described in greater detail on Kevin's feature page:
Climate Change, Sunspot Activity
& Lunar/Cosmic Cycles


DISCLAIMER:   This information is provided as a general opinion only. No liability is accepted by Kevin Long for any loss or damage incurred by any third party who may act on information contained in this forecast or website.



What system does Kevin use for his predictions?

Kevin Long interprets data that is publically available through the Australian Government's "Bureau of Meteorology". This is combined with his particular  experience and insight into the Central Victorian weather patterns and water catchments.

Kevin also considers the role of sunspot activity and lunar cycle influences.

The standard meteorological data and systems include :

-    Global Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies
-    Southern Oscillation Index
-    Madden Julian Oscillation
-    Indian Ocean Dipole
-    Great Ocean Conveyor Belt / Thermohaline Circulation
-    general prognostic charts


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web references, please refer to section :     Links
 

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