Worst of winter likely over as warming trend begins

By Peter Hannam
Updated August 23 2014 - 12:09am, first published July 24 2014 - 9:37pm
Winter looks likely to be a short one for much of the country.
Influences from the Indian and Pacific oceans are in a delicate balance.
Maximum temperatures likely to be on the warm side across eastern Australia. Photo: BoM

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Minimum temperatures have a high chance of exceeding averages. Photo: BoM
Most of eastern Australia can expect a dry-than-average coming three months. Photo: BoM
The path ahead will be getting warmer: Women walk a dog at Tamarama Beach. Photo: Getty Images/Lisa Maree Williams

The worst of the winter is likely to be over, with the outlook pointing to warmer and drier than normal weather over coming months, conditions that may set up another early fire season.

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