There is an increasing likelihood of above-average rainfall for much of Australia in the coming months, the Bom says, with another La Niña likely
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Severe storms and widespread flooding across eastern Australia and elevated fire risks in the Northern Territory are predicted for the coming months, with a third successive La Niña weather pattern also likely.
The Bureau of Meteorology’s outlook for August to October has forecast above-average rainfall from Queensland down to the south coast of New South Wales, with parts of the Northern Territory also slated to get above-average rain during that time.
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