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elsewhere (2) Note: Wet or very wet in the north (3) Note: Very wet in the far northwest and some central regions (4) Note: Normal in the southwest, cold in the northeast * Region usually experiences less than 10mm/month rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: March to December

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is likely or much more likely across many parts of Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia, as a result of La Niña and the negative Indian Ocean Dipole. Late season monsoon rains over India are likely to be wetter than normal. It is likely to be drier than normal in Central Asia and south/southeast

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in parts of the east (3) Note: Dry in the south, wet in the north and west, normal elsewhere (4) Note: Hot in the south and west * Region usually experiences less than 10mm/month rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: August to May Current Status 12 Current Status – Southeastern

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- Rainfall Current Status: In Central Asia rainfall has been mostly normal over the last three months with September being typically a dry season. ​ Many parts of South and Southeast Asia were wet over the last three months. An exception to this was India, which was very dry in parts during October

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) Note: Cold in the south; hot in north (5) Note: Wet or very wet in parts of the southeast, otherwise mostly normal*. * Region usually experiences less than 10mm/month rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: November to August Current Status 12 Current Status – Southeastern

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) Note: Variable but many areas Wet or Very Wet * Region usually experiences less than 10mm/month rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: October to July Current Status 13 Outlooks Outlooks – Notes for use Central Asia Southern Asia Southeast Asian Peninsula Southeastern Asia

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://iridl.ldeo.columbia.edu/maproom/. Additional Information: (1) Note: Near normal for parts of the north and east, but overall hot (2) Note: Normal* in the south, very wet in parts of the northeast * Region usually experiences less than 10mm/month rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: March

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Current Status: Parts of Afghanistan were very wet in September. Northern Pakistan, Tajikistan and western China were very wet in October. During November, central Asia had near or below normal precipitation. The end of the South Asian monsoon was wetter than normal with wet or very wet conditions

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rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: April to January Current Status 10 Current Status – Southern Asia Current Status: Temperature Current Status: Rainfall April May June April May June Pakistan Hot Hot Normal Dry Mixed (4) Very Wet (7) India Hot Mixed (1) Mixed (6) Mixed (3

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of the southeast, otherwise mostly normal* (5) Note: Very wet in the north; normal elsewhere. * Region usually experiences less than 10mm/month rainfall during the month (dry season). Climate Outlook Asia: December to September Current Status 12 Current Status – Southeastern Asia / Indonesia Current

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