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Sample Forecast for South East Asia

Precipitation anomaly Summary

February Precipitation

Much of Mainland SE Asia should be near normal to slightly drier than normal but this remains a rather dry month with 30 year averages still less than 30 mm for much of the subregion. Dryness spreads from Manila in the Philippines to the south and west with more of the northern part of the Indonesian archipelago being drier than normal while the eastern half of the Indonesian archipelago is slightly to moderately wetter than normal. West Papua is drier than normal on the north and near normal in the south. Sumatra and Singapore and eastern and Peninsular Malaysia are drier than normal.

March Precipitation

Much of Mainland SE Asia should be near normal to slightly drier than normal but this remains a rather dry month with 30 year averages still less than 30 mm for much of the subregion. Dryness spreads from Manila in the Philippines to the south and west with more of the northern part of the Indonesian archipelago being drier than normal. West Papua is drier than normal. Sumatra and Singapore and eastern and Peninsular Malaysia are drier than normal while Java and east is slightly drier in some areas and slightly wetter in others.

South East Asia - E2201601