Storms dump 9 inches of rain on Australia, the most in 150 years.


Storms in Australia dump 9 inches of rain, the most in 150 years.

Storms lash Australia, dumping 9 inches of rain – the worst storm in 150 years.

FOR THE MOST PART OF NOVEMBER, AUSTRALIA has been pummeled by unrelenting downpours, with forecasters predicting that the heavy rains will continue and even worsen in some areas in the coming days.

Australia is currently experiencing its worst storm in 150 years, according to weather forecasters.

The country has been pounded by heavy rains, and forecasters say the country is now feeling the effects of the La Nina weather phenomenon.

Storms have wreaked havoc across Australia, with November being the wettest in 150 years.

The United States has been pounded by severe thunderstorms and nonstop rain, causing flooding and travel chaos in many areas.

The majority of the country has been hit by extreme weather, with Brisbane receiving its highest daily total of rain in November in 40 years on Wednesday, with 4.8 inches (121mm).

For a single month, this is just shy of the all-time high of 6.7 inches (169mm).

In some parts of New South Wales, November has already been the wettest in nearly a century.

With a total of 9.6 inches (243.2mm) of rain since records began in 1870, Orange, in NSW’s Central Tablelands, had received the most monthly rainfall since records began in 1870.

Forecasters expect this figure to rise in the final week of November.

Condobolin and Corwa, both in the state’s central west, have received the most rain this month, with 5.2 inches (131.7mm) and 6.8 inches (173.2mm).

For the rest of the week, Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology has issued a weather warning.

Almost every state in Western Australia is expected to be drenched before conditions improve on Monday.

The unrelenting showers and storms, according to meteorologist Jackson Browne, are the result of two tropical air masses.

These air masses are destined to collide in the wake of Cyclone Paddy, which formed near Christmas Island.

Mr Browne went on to say that Thursday, November 25, is likely to be the wettest day of the year, with the heaviest rains falling in eastern Australia.

“Widespread falls of 25 to 100 millimeters are likely, with more thunderstorms,” he said.

“Rain will fall across Australia’s east coast on Friday, with conditions gradually improving for at least most of NSW and Victoria on Saturday.”

The torrential rains of this month have also wreaked havoc.

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