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Australian Flood Season (Weather)

by dulan drift, Sunday, February 02, 2020, 21:01 (115 days ago) @ dulan drift

There's something weird going on that looks like culminating in a downpour here. Extreme heat pushing up from the south west with a cold front behind it that the remnants of the 'cyclone in the centre of Australia' is feeding into.

Rainfall up to 150mm - that's a lot of rain for a place that, unlike Taiwan, doesn't have cement culverts everywhere to funnel off the deluge.


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