CLIMATE SNAPSHOT OF THE LAST 30 YEARS IN THE GLENELG HOPKINS REGION

  • Annual rainfall has been relatively stable
  • Dry years have occurred 13 times and wet years seven times
  • Rainfall has decreased in autumn months
  • Winter rainfall has been reliable; summer has been unreliable
  • The autumn break typically occurred in early May across most of the central and
    southern parts of the region, and in mid-to-late May in much of the region’s north
  • There have been fewer frosts in the region’s south
  • There have been more hot days… Read the whole report here