BoM min T Outlook for June looks detached from reality

We all know media headlines and news have been mentioning cold conditions in south east Queensland and the Australian south-east. So checkout the BoM minimum T Outlook for June 2022 published on 26th May. Then compare with the string of daily Minimum anomalies starting 1st June – enjoy.
Min T Outlook for June 2022
www.bom.gov.au/jsp/sco/archive/index.jsp?map=tmin&outlook=median&period=month1&year=2022&month=5&day=26&y=2022&m=5&d=26
Minimum temperature anomalies 1st June 2022 – click the later button to work through June.
www.bom.gov.au/jsp/awap/temp/index.jsp?colour=colour&time=history%2Fnat%2F2022060220220602&step=10&map=minanom&period=daily&area=nat

via Errors in IPCC climate science

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June 11, 2022 at 10:07PM

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