The outlooks for 2020/21 seasonal determinations are based on historical flow records that have been adjusted to match climate conditions observed since 1975. The outlook scenarios presented are:
Wet: Inflow volumes to major storages that are greater in 10 years out of 100
Average: Inflow volumes to major storages that are greater in 50 years out of 100
Dry: Inflow volumes to major storages that are greater in 90 years out of 100
Extreme Dry: Inflow volumes to major storages that are greater in 99 years out of 100
The following tables summarise possible high-reliability water share seasonal determinations through the season and include a reference year to help users recognise the possible inflow conditions.
“Flows into the Murray system in November were between the average and dry outlook categories,” Resource Manager for northern Victoria Mark Bailey said.
Murray System Outlook for Seasonal Determination of High-Reliability Water Shares
Seasonal determinations under additional scenarios for each system are available from the Northern Victorian Resource Manager website ( www.nvrm.net.au/outlooks ).
Upcoming Resource Manager announcements
- The next 2020/21 seasonal determination announcement will be released on Monday 4 January 2020.