Fleecy Hoodie to 9XL
Fleecy Hoodie to 9XL
- 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester
- Cotton Rich CVC fleece
- Elastane hem for added comfort
- 2×2 rib cuffs
- Front kangaroo pocket
- Classic Fit
- 6/7XL & 8/9 available in Black only (for now- working on some bigger sizes and bigger colour choice Mate)
Lay a garment, that fits well, out flat and measure across the widest point – this is your 1/2 Chest measurement
Climate outlook for June to September
Climate outlook overview
- Winter (June to August) is likely to be wetter than average for most of Australia.
- However, chances of a wetter than average winter are slightly lower along the NSW and Victorian east coasts, while parts of the tropical north and southern Tasmania have roughly equal chances of being wetter or drier than average.
- Winter days are likely to be warmer than average across northern and eastern Australia as well as Tasmania, with much of the southern mainland likely to see cooler days. Winter nights are very likely to be warmer than average nationwide.
- A warmer than average eastern Indian Ocean is currently the main influence on Australia’s climate, increasing the moisture available to weather systems as they sweep across the country. Outlooks suggest a negative Indian Ocean Dipole could develop from mid-winter, while the tropical Pacific Ocean is likely to cool over the winter months.
Wetter winter likely for Australia
- The winter months of June to August are likely to be wetter than average for virtually all of Australia (mostly 65–80% chance in WA, much of the tropical north and areas east of the Great Dividing Range, with chances greater than 80% generally elsewhere). However, the likelihood of a wetter or drier winter is roughly equal across the far north of Australia and southern Tasmania.
- Similarly, July to September is also likely to be wetter than average for most of Australia (mostly 65–80% chance, with higher chances for the eastern two-thirds of Australia).
- May marked the official start of the northern Australian dry season. This means tropical northern Australia typically has very low rainfall totals, and only a small amount of rainfall is needed to exceed the median.