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Climate models suggest is likely to continue at least into February 2021. Most models suggest La Niña will peak in December, with around half the models anticipating a strong event. Learn more in our latest Climate Driver Update:
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The average car will begin to move in as little as 15cm of fast-flowing water. Starts Tuesday 13 October 8.30pm.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 26
A narrow rain band brought exceptional totals to Central Coast yesterday. The radar shows how slow moving it was over 12hrs 🌧️ 24 hr obs to 9am Tue incl. Wallis Lakes 297mm, Upper Allyn 121mm, Williamtown 76mm. Check latest warnings
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 26
A perfect example of how our atmosphere works in 3D: Water vapour imagery shows an upper-level trough over central Aus moving east ; this will link with a surface-level trough to trigger across and , possibly severe🌩️ Check warnings here
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 25
Severe Weather Update: dangerous for eastern & northeastern . Video current at 2.30 pm AEST, Monday 26 October 2020. For the latest forecasts and warnings visit and follow advice from emergency services
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 25
An electrifying ⚡weekend across with more than 2.24 million strikes registered across the country over the past 48 hrs! Most of the lightning occurred over , and , with more storms on the way this week.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 24
Recent rain has helped revive life through outback SA & water is now visible in some of Australia’s largest salt lakes incl. South, & (pictured)💧 Learn more about the Lake Eyre Basin: 📷 Wrightsair
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 23
Tropical moisture has combined with a deepening low pressure trough to trigger widespread showers, rain and thunderstorms across eastern Australia. Thunderstorms may be severe, so please stay safe and remain up to date with the BoM's latest warnings.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 23
Our Severe Weather Outlook for April–Oct shows an increased risk of widespread and prolonged riverine across eastern and norther Australia, due to the influence of . Learn more about floods so you're ready to act and stay safe:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 23
Our Severe Weather Outlook for April–Oct shows an increased risk of widespread and prolonged riverine across eastern and norther Australia, due to the influence of . Learn more about floods so you're ready to act and stay safe:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 22
Severe Weather Update: heavy rainfall & severe thunderstorms across eastern Australia. Video current at 2.00pm AEDT, 23 October 2020. Latest forecasts and warnings:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 22
Did you know an average car weighing about 1 tonne 🚗 can be moved by only 15cm deep? BOM’s Andrew Watkins & recently put this to the test (sort of!) at MSAC, where the pool's floor level was lowered to 15cm. Learn about floods:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 22
It's shaping up to be a cool and wet Grand Final this Sunday 🏉🏆🌧️ We're forecasting 16° C with a 45% chance of rain at kick off. Stay up to date with the latest forecasts at
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 21
Severe warnings are current in multiple States this afternoon & likely to continue across the east and southeast with widespread showers and rain on Friday and into the weekend. Stay up to date with the latest forecasts and warnings at
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 21
Will there be a 'dust' storm at the on Saturday night? Or will it be raining cats & dogs? We've got your Grand Final weather forecast covered! 🐯🏆🐱 Stay up to date with the latest updates at or via our app.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 21
The 2010–11 relieved one of the longest & most severe droughts across the in recorded history. Nationally, water in major storages rose by over 20% between May 2010 & May 2011. Learn more: 📷 David Kleinert
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 20
With a impacting this wet season, are we expecting that to change? Find out in our next 'Wet season outlook 2020–21' — 12pm AEST (QLD time), Wednesday, 18 November. Register now:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 20
Weather Update: Thunderstorms are forecast across central and eastern Australia, peaking on Friday and Saturday with a focus on QLD, NSW and northeast Victoria. For the latest forecasts and warnings, visit and follow advice from emergency services.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 20
Did you know the six wettest winter–spring periods on record for eastern Australia occurred during years? In the , winter–spring rainfall averaged over 13 La Niña years was 39% higher than the long-term average. Learn more:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Oct 19
What impact have recent rains had on ? Rainfall deficiencies in eastern Australia have eased in some drought-affected areas, but in WA below-average rains since April have increased deficiencies in the southern half. More info:
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