Time for some new gumboots…
Draw a line across the middle of the country and winter is set to bring above-average rainfall and temperatures to areas south of the boundary, according to the weather bureau. Sorry western Tassie, you’re exempt from this prediction. While siblings El Niño and La Niña are currently giving us a break for now, warmer sea temperatures, particularly off the Western Oz coastline, are forecast to bring more of the wet stuff. It comes as Australia’s southeast experienced one of its driest Aprils on record as La Niña came to an end following one of the wettest Marches on record. Swings and roundabouts, eh?
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