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news.com.au 24 Nov, 2021 03:15 am

BOM Bureau of Meteorology forecasts more wet weather, rain and storms for eastern Australia after La Nina confirmed

BOM Bureau of Meteorology forecasts more wet weather, rain and storms for eastern Australia after La Nina confirmed
Another round of rain and storms is on the way for central and eastern Australia with the potential for further flooding.

Another round of rain and storms is on the way for central and eastern Australia with the potential for further flooding.Moderate to large rainfalls are forecast to build over eastern Australia over the rest of the week, with Tasmania the exception.Much of eastern Australia has been lashed over the past two months by heavy rain and thunderstorms, which has flooded the Lachlan River catchment in the NSW central west.While the Bureau of Meteorology has said it doesn’t pose an immediate threat to the mainland or any offshore communities, Paddy is pumping cloud and humidity into Central Australia.

Australians are in for a wetter than usual summer with back-to-back La Ninas confirmed by the Bureau of Meteorology.A swollen Lachlan River at the Iron Bridge in Forbes on November 16.

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