BoM finds some more rain!

BoM finds some more rain!

According to the latest Climate and Water Outlook from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) climate drivers and outlooks have returned to neutral after heavy rains across eastern Australia continue to flow into waterways. Below average rainfall has resulted in drier soil...
BoM finds some more rain!

Biggest floods on record

A special report from the Bureau of Meteorology reveals that the New South Wales coast experienced its wettest week ever during last month’s floods with 81,000GL of rain falling in the state. Flooding reached record heights on the Mid North Coast and the...
BoM finds some more rain!

Rain: It’s complicated

After La Niña downpours through March and April, large parts of Australia have seen rainfall deficiencies significantly reduced. However, it seems La Niña rain has missed a lot of south-east Queensland, affecting dairy farmers in the region. In the latest drought...
BoM finds some more rain!

La Niña retreats, but first more rain

The latest Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) water and climate outlook suggests that April may be the wettest of the three months ahead. Torrential rain in March affected all states and territories, causing extensive flooding across south eastern Australia with 2-3 times...
BoM finds some more rain!

Floods across NSW

Two major weather systems have collided affecting every mainland state and territory, except for Western Australia. NSW has been hardest hit, impacting agriculture from the Mid-North Coast to the Hunter. According to disaster recovery officer Simon Oliver from the...
BoM finds some more rain!

More rain to come in Australia

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) latest Climate and Water Outlook is for wetter than average conditions for large parts of eastern Australia and cooler conditions from March to May. During summer, Australian temperatures have been the coolest since 2011/12...