Wet winter recorded in adelaide, Adelaide-Hastings and Greater Noosa

Wet winter recorded in adelaide, Adelaide-Hastings and Greater Noosa

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A temperature of 12.4C has been recorded in Sydney’s outer west, with the city expected to experience a second-warmest month since 1995 in February, the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) says.

The temperature was also the warmest in two months, and the BoM said there was likely to be higher than normal precipitation totals across many parts of the city.

“It’s clear that the early winter of 2015 and 2016 has been an unusually long period,” BoM director general Mark Robinson said in a statement on Friday.

“Winter weather has been especially harsh in some areas with a record high concentration of moisture during the spring.

“This weather pattern continued into March with further intense cold conditions continuing to affect the southern regions and into April더킹카지노 in some parts of the country.

“Temperatures of 12.더킹카지노4C (45.4F) was rec우리카지노orded in Adelaide (Queensland), the Adelaide Hills in Greater Noosa (QLD), and the Kimberley (NSW).”

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