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Australian wheat yields under pressure as dry weather seen persisting
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Australian wheat yields under pressure as dry weather seen per...

Thursday, 24 July 2014 08:46 Posted by Shoaib-ur-Rehman Siddiqui SYDNEY: Dry weather is likely to persist across eastern Australia for the next three months, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Thursday, exacerbating ... Business Recorder, 1 day ago
Wheat crop worries as dry weather persists Sydney Morning Herald, 1 day ago
Wheat crop worries as dry weather ... Canberra Times, 1 day ago

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A gusty weekend ahead for the southeast

Fire Weather Warning for the Northwest Darwin-Daly District Fri 18 Jul 2014 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Northern Territory Darwin Regional Forecasting Centre WARNING FIRE WEATHER WARNING For the northwest Darw... Readmore› ...
 Nine MSN1 week ago Victorians awaken in a house of haze and fog  Nine MSN3 days ago WA's Goldfields receives welcome rain  Nine MSN6 days ago A windy weekend for the Snowy Mountains  Nine MSN6 days ago

Australian Dairy, Beef Farmers Advised to Brace for 2014 El Niño Impacts

With the chance of the 2014 El Niño weather phenomenon still going, dairy and beef farmers in Australia have been advised to brace for potential impacts on the industry. Dairy farmers in Victoria have been urged to seize the winter season and ...
 International Business Times Canada1 month ago Strong 2014 El Niño Unlikely, Pacific Cooling Off Australia BoM  International Business Times Australia1 week ago El Niño Lagging Behind, Could Come in September Australia  International Business Times Canada1 month ago
Times of India

El Nino likely picks up, may further weaken Monsoon

New Delhi: There's bad news for India on the weather front - the Australian weather bureau has reported that El Nino may be picking up and may onset earlier than predicted. The UK Met Office has also concluded that El Nino weather phenomenon is almost certain ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago El Nino may be picking up, Australia says  Economic Times3 weeks ago Australian weather office reports El Nino signals, maintains alert  Economic Times3 weeks ago Aus weather office predicts El Nino by Sep; monsoon fears persist  Economic Times1 month ago

Australian Bureau of Meteorology: El Nino likely in coming months

Pacific Ocean surface temperatures are at levels associated with a weak El Nino but the threshold for the weather event has not yet been breached, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Tuesday. While temperatures remain elevated and ...
 Fresh Plaza3 weeks ago El Nino likely in next few months: Australian Bureau of Meteorology  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Primed for El Nino, but Pacific sees warming ‘level off’  Business Line1 month ago

Australia says chance of El Nino at 70 per cent

SYDNEY: The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Tuesday the chances of an El Nino forming over the next few months remains at 70 per cent, though the bureau said some key indicators associated with the weather pattern had eased in recent ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Australia sees chance of El Nino at 70 per cent, some signs ease  Eco-Business1 month ago UPDATE 1-Australia sees chance of El Nino at 70 pct, some signs ease  Reuters Africa1 month ago
Business Line

Australian Met Bureau detects monsoon 'blocker' in Indian Ocean

In what looks like blow to prospects for the monsoon, an unfriendly weather pattern seems to be emerging in the Indian Ocean. Reference here is to the negative Indian Ocean Dipole, signs of development of which have been indicated by the Australian Bureau of ...
 Business Line1 month ago Climate change to almost triple risk of extreme Indian Ocean weather events  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Indian monsoon may arrive in 24 hours: weather official  Planet Ark1 month ago

Australia agency declares El Nino alert, says it could hit in July

The Australian weather bureau on Tuesday declared an El Nino alert, saying there was at least a 70% chance of occurrence of the weather pattern that’s also linked to weak monsoons in India, with some climate models predicting it could set in as early as ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Australian agency declares El Nino alert, says it could hit in July  Times of India2 months ago

El Nino increasingly likely not be a strong event: Australia weather bureau

Reuters SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cooling of the Pacific Ocean over the last month means the El Nino forecast to hit later this year is increasingly unlikely to be a strong event, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Tuesday. The BOM ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago
Financial Express

Weather may not up back pain, says study

Many people think the weather affects their back pain, but a new study shows they are probably wrong. Australian researchers studied 993 cases of sudden, acute back pain in primary care clinics in 2011 and 2012. They gathered weather information ...
 Financial Express6 days ago Back hurts? Don't rush to blame the weather  Globe and Mail1 week ago Weather not tied to back pain  Times of Malta1 week ago Weather not tied to back pain —Australian study  GMA News.tv1 week ago
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