BoM declares La Niña

BoM declares La Niña

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) has declared a La Niña event with the wettest spring in 10 years set to continue into summer. Tropical weather and significant rainfall are expected across eastern, northern and central parts of Australia during summer with...
BoM declares La Niña

Heavy rain, floods across eastern Australia

There was wild weather across NSW and Victoria, with heavy falls leading to overflowing catchments. In NSW, major flooding caused rivers to rise with up to 150mm falling in some areas Wyangala Dam in NSW was spilling by a rate of 30GL per day and further north...
BoM declares La Niña

Wet, wet, wet

The November to January outlook released by the Bureau of Meteorology is for above median rainfall for much of the eastern two-thirds of the country, while western Tasmania is likely to be below median. New “chance of extreme climate outlooks” indicate November to...
BoM declares La Niña

Outlook still damp

The latest Climate and Water Outlook from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) is for above average rainfall from October to December with the chance of La Niña increasing as the Indian Ocean Dipole weakens. Warmer than average temperatures are expected across the tropics...
BoM declares La Niña

Little change in outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology’s (BoM) latest Climate and Water Outlook is for above average rainfall across the eastern half of Australia and cooler than average temperatures for eastern Australia from September to November. Spring is likely to be wetter than average in...
BoM declares La Niña

BoM: Wet lead up to Spring

July to September will be wetter than average in most part of the country according to the latest outlook from the Bureau of Meteorology. Western Tasmania, the south-east coastal fringe, and far northern Queensland are tending towards a more neutral rainfall outlook....