Published: 2013-09-11 11:40:29 Author: Source: New Fastweb Views: comment:

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(Image source: News Co., Ltd. website)

According to the News Limited website, don’t put your umbrellas away too quickly, because the weather department predicts that most areas of Australia will experience wetter weather than ever in the next few months.

So, from now to the end of November, which part of Australia has the most rain? The answer is Melbourne.

However, Tasmanians can put away their coats, because Tasmania is likely to usher in a warmer spring than ever. After experiencing a cold winter wind, many people hope to be in close contact with the sun, and Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are good places to experience the bright sun.

According to reports, the Bureau of Meteorology (Bureau of Meteorology) recorded higher sea surface temperatures in western and southern Australia this year than before. The higher the sea surface temperature, the more water vapor enters the atmosphere, and the weather system will cause more rainfall.

Most parts of NSW have at least a 60% chance of wetter weather than ever. The temperature will continue to rise in the next few weeks, and only the southern region may still have a hint of coolness. The highest temperature in Sydney today is 29 degrees Celsius. People in NSW still have fresh memories of the forest fires that occurred frequently last year. This summer, the chance of wildfires in NSW is still high.

There is a 65% chance that most parts of Victoria will experience wetter weather than ever before. Among them, the probability of Melbourne and Central Victoria is as high as 70%. In terms of temperature, Melbourne and Murray will record below-average temperatures. The warmer southern waters will bring milder weather to the southwest coast of Victoria.

Except for the north and south of Queensland, the rest of Queensland will spend a normal spring. Cape York has a nearly 80% chance of hotter weather than ever. At the same time, more rainfall will occur in Brisbane and the southern region.

Western Australia As the Indian Ocean has a higher sea surface temperature than before, Perth and southeastern Western Australia will experience a warm spring. There will be more rainfall in Busselton and Albany, while the weather in parts of Kimberley will be drier than ever.

South Australia South Australia will usher in a rainy spring in most parts of South Australia. The further southeast, the more opportunities for precipitation.

Darwin, Northern Territory, will have a 65% chance of experiencing a spring that is wetter than ever.

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(Image source: News Co., Ltd. website)

According to the News Limited website, don’t put your umbrellas away too quickly, because the weather department predicts that most areas of Australia will experience wetter weather than ever in the next few months.

So, from now to the end of November, which part of Australia has the most rain? The answer is Melbourne.

However, Tasmanians can put away their coats, because Tasmania is likely to usher in a warmer spring than ever. After experiencing a cold winter wind, many people hope to be in close contact with the sun, and Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are good places to experience the bright sun.

According to reports, the Bureau of Meteorology (Bureau of Meteorology) recorded higher sea surface temperatures in western and southern Australia this year than before. The higher the sea surface temperature, the more water vapor enters the atmosphere, and the weather system will cause more rainfall.

Most parts of NSW have at least a 60% chance of wetter weather than ever. The temperature will continue to rise in the next few weeks, and only the southern region may still have a hint of coolness. The highest temperature in Sydney today is 29 degrees Celsius. People in NSW still have fresh memories of the forest fires that occurred frequently last year. This summer, the chance of wildfires in NSW is still high.

There is a 65% chance that most parts of Victoria will experience wetter weather than ever before. Among them, the probability of Melbourne and Central Victoria is as high as 70%. In terms of temperature, Melbourne and Murray will record below-average temperatures. The warmer southern waters will bring milder weather to the southwest coast of Victoria.

Except for the north and south of Queensland, the rest of Queensland will spend a normal spring. Cape York has a nearly 80% chance of hotter weather than ever. At the same time, more rainfall will occur in Brisbane and the southern region.

Western Australia As the Indian Ocean has a higher sea surface temperature than before, Perth and southeastern Western Australia will experience a warm spring. There will be more rainfall in Busselton and Albany, while the weather in parts of Kimberley will be drier than ever.

South Australia South Australia will usher in a rainy spring in most parts of South Australia. The further southeast, the more opportunities for precipitation.

Darwin, Northern Territory, will have a 65% chance of experiencing a spring that is wetter than ever.