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Monday, 8 June 2020 9:36:05 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: DelBoy
I did read somewhere that the BOM are predicting a slightly wetter than average winter, due to warm sea temps.
Seems to be a bit of discussion on this at the moment. Apparently the cyclones off Western Aus have introduced colder water & this may change that prediction, will have to wait & see how it pans out.
Another frosty morning with -2.3 degrees & the 5th day in a row with a overnight minimum of below -2 degrees.
Dry here as well - only 0.2 mm so far this month.
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