Tag: Weather

Posts that relate to the weather and seasons.

Outlooks versus reality show rainfall still eludes many

A run of positive seasonal climate outlook statements pointing to signficantly improved rainfall probabilities for much of the country are still yet to translate to water on the ground for many rural producers. Source: Beef Central Outlooks versus reality show rainfall still eludes many

Seasonal climate outlook Dec 2020-Feb 2021

December to February is likely to be wetter than average for nearly all of Australia, with a greater than 70pc chance in most areas, with the exception of Tasmania. Source: Beef Central Seasonal climate outlook Dec 2020-Feb 2021

Seasonal climate outlook Dec 2020-Feb 2021

December to February is likely to be wetter than average for nearly all of Australia, with a greater than 70pc chance in most areas, with the exception of Tasmania. Source: Sheep Central Seasonal climate outlook Dec 2020-Feb 2021

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 25 November 2020

Surface troughs produced thunderstorms across the Kimberley in Western Australia and Top End in the Northern Territory, while A surface and upper-level trough produced moderate falls in southern and eastern Victoria. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 25 November 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 25 Nov 2020

Surface troughs produced thunderstorms across the Kimberley in Western Australia and Top End in the Northern Territory, while A surface and upper-level trough produced moderate falls in southern and eastern Victoria. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 25 Nov 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 18 November 2020

Surface troughs produced thunderstorms across the north and parts of eastern Australia, while cold fronts brought moderate falls to south-west Western Australia and western Tasmania. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 18 November 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 18 Nov 2020

Surface troughs produced thunderstorms across the north and parts of eastern Australia, while cold fronts brought moderate falls to south-west Western Australia and western Tasmania. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 18 Nov 2020

2020 State of the Climate report released

The Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO have today released the latest biennial State of the Climate update, which they report shows continued warming of Australia’s climate, an increase in extreme fire weather and length of the fire season, declining rainfall in the southeast and southwest of the continent, and rising sea levels.  Source: Beef… Read more »

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 11 November 2020

TROUGHS and onshore flow produced thunderstorms across the central west and central coast of Queensland, while a cold front brought moderate falls to south-west Western Australia. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 11 November 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 11 Nov 2020

Troughs and onshore flow produced thunderstorms across the central west and central coast of Queensland, while a cold front brought moderate falls to south-west Western Australia. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 11 Nov 2020

Bees bounce back from drought and fires as NSW rains bring bumper crops

Apiarists and crop farmers are abuzz at “probably the best start to a bee season in 20 years” after losing a third of the commercial population by the end of last summer. Source: ABC Livestock Bees bounce back from drought and fires as NSW rains bring bumper crops

More refined approaches emerging in managing summer heat stress in cattle

With summer rapidly approaching and record high temperatures recorded in many cattle areas in Eastern Australia earlier this year, heat stress management in feedlot cattle is again coming into focus – and a recent webinar on the topic provided some useful pointers to what lies ahead. Source: Beef Central More refined approaches emerging in… Read more »

Farmers, graziers alert issued for non-melanoma skin cancer

The Hidden in Broad Daylight campaign is encouraging farmers, graziers and other outdoor workers to get checked for non-melanoma skin cancers which can kill up to 1700 Australians per year. Source: Grain Central Farmers, graziers alert issued for non-melanoma skin cancer

Farmers’ alert issued for non-melanoma skin cancer

Backed by NSW farmer and grazier and former test cricketer Peter Taylor, the Hidden in Broad Daylight campaign encourages farmers and other outdoor workers to get checked for non-melanoma skin cancers which can kill up to 1700 Australians per year. Source: Beef Central Farmers’ alert issued for non-melanoma skin cancer

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 4 Nov 2020

A cold front and complex low pressure system produced moderate to heavy falls in eastern New South Wales and south-east Queensland, while a cold front and low pressure system brought widespread falls to the South West Land Division in Western Australia. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 4 Nov 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 4 Nov 2020

A cold front and complex low pressure system produced moderate to heavy falls in eastern New South Wales and south-east Queensland, while a cold front and low pressure system brought widespread falls to the South West Land Division in Western Australia. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 4 Nov 2020

Eight drought research hubs to be established round Australia

A competitive grants process to establish eight Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs across regional Australia has opened. Source: Beef Central Eight drought research hubs to be established round Australia

Seasonal climate outlook Nov-Jan 2020

November to January is likely to be wetter than average for nearly all of Australia, with a greater than 65 pc chance in most areas, but drier than average for parts of western Tasmania. Source: Sheep Central Seasonal climate outlook Nov-Jan 2020

Seasonal climate outlook Nov-Jan 2020

November to January is likely to be wetter than average for nearly all of Australia, with a greater than 65 pc chance in most areas, but drier than average for parts of western Tasmania. Source: Beef Central Seasonal climate outlook Nov-Jan 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 28 October 2020

SURFACE troughs and a low pressure system have triggered widespread thunderstorms across the eastern half of Australia and thunderstorms produced moderate falls in the Northern Territory. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 28 October 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 28 Oct 2020

Surface troughs and a low pressure system triggered widespread thunderstorms across the eastern half of Australia. Thunderstorms produced moderate falls in the Northern Territory. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 28 Oct 2020

Herd rebuild buoyed by anticipated summer rain

Anticipated drought-breaking rainfall across northern and eastern Australia this summer is expected to allow the national herd rebuild to gain pace, according to Meat & Livestock Australia’s Cattle Industry Projections October quarterly update. Source: Beef Central Herd rebuild buoyed by anticipated summer rain

Long-term NQ flood recovery strategy released

A long-term recovery strategy for communities affected by the 2019 North Queensland flood has been finalised and released this week by the National Drought and North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency. Source: Beef Central Long-term NQ flood recovery strategy released

Rain brings Broken Hill sheep home from agistment

SHEEP from the Broken Hill district on both sides of the South Australian-New South Wales border are returning home to green feed following a six-month agistment on the plains and outer slopes of north-west NSW. Source: Sheep Central Rain brings Broken Hill sheep home from agistment

Feedgrain Focus: Markets lift as rain clouds harvest

Prompt markets for wheat and barley have rallied as consumers and exporters scramble to book and receive grain amid a rain-interrupted harvest in southern Queensland and north-west New South Wales. Source: Beef Central Feedgrain Focus: Markets lift as rain clouds harvest

Market, seasonal conditions underpin strong wheat year: NAB

Increased rainfall and an international rally supporting prices auger well for Australian wheat, according to NAB’s latest Rural Commodities Wrap. Source: Grain Central Market, seasonal conditions underpin strong wheat year: NAB

Forecast rains set to stall Qld winter harvest, lift summer crop prospects

Harvesters have been going flat out across southern Queensland this week as growers try to take off as much of this year’s winter crop as they can before forecast heavy rains hit on the weekend. Source: Grain Central Forecast rains set to stall Qld winter harvest, lift summer crop prospects

Weather insurance spikes with La Niña and long-awaited winter harvest

Weather insurers have seen a spike in interest since La Niña was declared active by BOM, with grain growers looking to protect their best winter harvest in years. Source: ABC Grain Weather insurance spikes with La Niña and long-awaited winter harvest

Keeping bee hives safe during a storm or cyclone

As the storm season approaches, this seasoned beekeeper is offering tips for new enthusiasts on how to keeping their hives safe as a “big blow” weather system approaches. Source: ABC Livestock Keeping bee hives safe during a storm or cyclone

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 21 Oct 2020

Thunderstorms were reported in Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland, while a trough and cold front produced moderate falls in eastern parts of Australia. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 21 Oct 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 21 Oct 2020

Thunderstorms were reported in Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland, while a trough and cold front produced moderate falls in eastern parts of Australia. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 21 Oct 2020

Outback residents urged to prepare as La Niña promises wet summer

The Royal Flying Doctor Service is encouraging outback residents to be ready for anything as forecasters predict higher than average rainfall this summer. Source: ABC Livestock Outback residents urged to prepare as La Niña promises wet summer

Radar blackspots concern outback residents as La Niña looms

Two new weather radars set to fill a notorious blackspot in North Queensland will not be operational for the upcoming wet season. Source: ABC Livestock Radar blackspots concern outback residents as La Niña looms

Farming at the frontline of climate change following record-breaking flood

Graziers Sue and Simon Gedda feel conflicted about the environmental impact of their beef enterprise, but rather than abandon the industry, they are becoming more sustainable. Source: ABC Livestock Farming at the frontline of climate change following record-breaking flood

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 14 Oct 2020

A trough triggered thunderstorms and heavy rainfall in Darwin area in the Northern Territory, while a low pressure system and cold front brought widespread moderate falls in Victoria and Tasmania. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 14 Oct 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 14 Oct 2020

A trough triggered thunderstorms and heavy rainfall in Darwin area in the Northern Territory, while a low pressure system and cold front brought widespread moderate falls in Victoria and Tasmania. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 14 Oct 2020

La Nina likely to bring more rainfall

The Bureau of Meteorology has released its Severe Weather Outlook for October to April, showing an increased risk of flooding for eastern Australia and tropical cyclones in the north, with roughly average potential for heatwaves and severe thunderstorms. Source: Beef Central La Nina likely to bring more rainfall

More cyclones than average likely for Australia this season

An average to slightly above-average number of tropical cyclones are likely to form in the Australian region this season. Source: Beef Central More cyclones than average likely for Australia this season

Surviving on the Nullarbor — adapt or crumble under the worst drought on record

Life is tough on the Nullarbor at the best of times, but with a crippling drought wreaking havoc everywhere those who make a living off the land are contemplating an even more challenging future. Source: ABC Livestock Surviving on the Nullarbor — adapt or crumble under the worst drought on record

Webinar to address coping with extreme weather events

STRATEGIES to lessen the impact of extreme weather events on the southern grazing system will be explored in a webinar later this month. Source: Sheep Central Webinar to address coping with extreme weather events

South East rains give late boost to winter crops

Widespread rain across South Australia and Victoria in the past couple of days has given a late top up to winter crops. Source: Grain Central South East rains give late boost to winter crops

RIC drought loan scheme fails to deliver: GPA

GPA chairman, Andrew Weidemann, says wait times of a year or more to process applications and make payments to farmers under the Regional Investment Corporation (RIC) drought loan scheme are totally unacceptable. Source: Grain Central RIC drought loan scheme fails to deliver: GPA

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 7 Oct 2020

Surface troughs triggered thunderstorms in the north-west and southern parts of the Northern Territory, and inland Queensland. A slow-moving cold front and cloudband produced widespread falls in South Australia, and the south-east, including Tasmania. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 7 Oct 2020

Northwest cloudband bringing inland rain

Rain and thunderstorms are expected to extend in a band from the Top End to Tasmania over the next few days as an ‘atmospheric river’ of tropical moisture flows across Australia. Source: Beef Central Northwest cloudband bringing inland rain

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 30 September 2020

A strong cold front produced widespread moderate falls in South Australia and southeast Australia, while a trough brought thunderstorms with moderate falls to northwest parts of the Northern Territory. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 30 September 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 30 Sept 2020

A strong cold front produced widespread moderate falls in South Australia and southeast Australia, while a trough brought thunderstorms with moderate falls to northwest parts of the Northern Territory. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 30 Sept 2020

BOM raises La Nina status to ‘Active’

The Bureau of Meteorology has declared that La Niña has developed in the Pacific Ocean, upgrading from a La Niña ‘Alert’ status to an ‘active event.’ This means that recent changes in ocean temperatures and weather patterns over the Pacific are now likely to remain until at least the end of the year.  Source: Beef Central BOM raises La Nina status to ‘Active’

Too much rain at wrong time could ruin first NSW grain harvest in years

Usually when it comes to rain, farmers always want more — but just weeks out from the first harvest in four years for many growers, the timing of rain could ruin the crops they have nurtured for months. Source: ABC Grain Too much rain at wrong time could ruin first NSW grain harvest in… Read more »

Seasonal climate outlook October-December 2020

OCTOBER to December is likely to be wetter than average for much of mainland Australia and northern and eastern Tasmania. Source: Sheep Central Seasonal climate outlook October-December 2020

Seasonal climate outlook Oct-Dec 2020

October to December is likely to be wetter than average for much of mainland Australia and northern and eastern Tasmania. Source: Beef Central Seasonal climate outlook Oct-Dec 2020

Hail, lodging hit promising winter crops in southern NSW

A destructive hail storm that swept across a wide swathe of farming country in the Junee region of southern NSW on Tuesday shredded cereal crops, pulverised pastures and stripped canola crops down to bare stalks. Source: Grain Central Hail, lodging hit promising winter crops in southern NSW

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 23 Sept 2020

Frontal systems produced widespread moderate falls in South Australia, western Queensland and New South Wales, while moist onshore flow brought showers and moderate falls to the north tropical Queensland coast. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 23 Sept 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 23 September 2020

Frontal systems produced widespread moderate falls in South Australia, western Queensland and New South Wales, while moist onshore flow brought showers and moderate falls to the north tropical Queensland coast. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 23 September 2020

Drought tips for farmers from farmers

The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has launched a new publication Preparing for drought – what the farmers say, designed to provide a resource to support the State’s primary producers to become stronger and ready to face future droughts. Source: Beef Central Drought tips for farmers from farmers

Shift towards La Niña continues

All surveyed international climate models indicate La Niña thresholds will be met from September until at least the end of the year, with most models maintaining these values into early 2021, according to a Bureau of Meteorology update released today. Source: Beef Central Shift towards La Niña continues

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 16 September 2020

Cold fronts brought moderate falls to far south-west Western Australia, and south-east Australia, while a surface trough produced showers and moderate falls in south-east Queensland and north-east New South Wales. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 16 September 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 16 Sept 2020

Cold fronts brought moderate falls to far south-west Western Australia, and south-east Australia, while a surface trough produced showers and moderate falls in south-east Queensland and north-east New South Wales. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 16 Sept 2020

WA winter crop runs dry as weather warms

Recent unexpected early spring rainfall in WA has helped with crop grain-fill, although for most regions of the WA grain belt it will only buy another week or two until more rain is needed to avoid a sharp drop in grain yield potential. Source: Grain Central WA winter crop runs dry as weather warms

Five tips to prepare for the wet season

Northern cattle producer Colin Burnett provides his top tips on preparing for the wet. Source: Beef Central Five tips to prepare for the wet season

What to look out for heading into Spring

Elders’ Livestock Production Manager Rob Inglis, who is based at Wagga Wagga, has put together a handy checklist of things that cattle producers should be doing to protect the health of their cattle and improve operational efficiency as temperatures start to warm up the onset of the new season:  Source: Beef Central What to look… Read more »

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 9 September 2020

A SERIES of cold fronts brought moderate falls to south-west Western Australia, and western Tasmania, while moist onshore flow produced showers along the east coast of Queensland and New South Wales. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 9 September 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 9 Sept 2020

A series of cold fronts brought moderate falls to south-west Western Australia, and western Tasmania, while moist onshore flow produced showers along the east coast of Queensland and New South Wales. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 9 Sept 2020

Rain key to sweet season for beekeepers

The honey-making season is in full swing, but apiarists are hoping for more rains to boost yields. Source: ABC Livestock Rain key to sweet season for beekeepers

Two Australians among 43 crew on board live export ship missing in typhoon

A live export ship carrying 5,800 head of cattle and 43 crew members, including two Australians, is missing in waters off southwestern Japan after sending a distress call during Typhoon Maysak. Source: ABC Livestock Two Australians among 43 crew on board live export ship missing in typhoon

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 2 September 2020

A COLD front brought moderate falls to western Tasmania and southern to north-east Victoria, while moist onshore flow produced moderate falls along the north-east tropical coast of Queensland. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 2 September 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 2 Sept 2020

A cold front brought moderate falls to western Tasmania and southern to north-east Victoria, while moist onshore flow produced moderate falls along the north-east tropical coast of Queensland. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 2 Sept 2020

Drought hubs and digital strategy funded by $86m investment

DROUGHT resilience adoption and innovation hubs will be established across Australia with an $86 million investment by the Federal Government. Source: Sheep Central Drought hubs and digital strategy funded by m investment

CRU, Hillridge launch weather index insurance

CRU and Hillridge Technology today launched a new Weather Index Insurance product designed to protect farmers financially against adverse weather such as drought, cold snap, heat stress, and excess rain. Source: Grain Central CRU, Hillridge launch weather index insurance

Australian seasonal bushfire outlook – Sep-Nov 2020

The 2020/21 fire season will be driven by vastly different climate drivers than the previous two fire seasons, according to the official Australian Seasonal Bushfire Outlook released today.  Source: Beef Central Australian seasonal bushfire outlook – Sep-Nov 2020

Positive weather forecast draws cautious optimism from outback graziers

After a patchy and late wet season in north-west Queensland, a cautious sense of optimism is starting to creep in with a higher than average rainfall forecast in the coming months. Source: ABC Livestock Positive weather forecast draws cautious optimism from outback graziers

Seasonal climate outlook for September-November 2020

SPRING is likely to be wetter than average across much of Australia, with a greater than 60 percent chance in most areas and a greater than 75pc chance in much of the eastern half of the mainland. Source: Sheep Central Seasonal climate outlook for September-November 2020

Seasonal climate outlook Sep-Nov 2020

Spring is likely to be wetter than average across much of Australia, with a greater than 60 percent chance in most areas and a greater than 75pc chance in much of the eastern half of the mainland. Source: Beef Central Seasonal climate outlook Sep-Nov 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 26 August 2020

A COMPLEX low and cold fronts generated moderate falls over south-east Australia, and widespread snow fell over elevated locations in the region. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 26 August 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 26 August

A complex low and cold fronts generated moderate falls over south-east Australia, and widespread snow fell over elevated locations in the south-east. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 26 August

Big wet bogs down Tassie winter cropping program

Tasmanian croppers are making heavy weather of this season’s sowing programs with unseasonally wet conditions hampering autumn/winter plantings. Source: Grain Central Big wet bogs down Tassie winter cropping program

Wagga sale 24 August 2020: Rates lift with rain

Rain across the supply area helped lift rates 10c for steers returning to the paddock the bulk 330-400kg  making from 350-428c/kg. Source: Beef Central Wagga sale 24 August 2020: Rates lift with rain

Sheep and lamb weather alert across four states + VIDEO

AUSTRALIA’S Bureau of Meteorology has issued a series of warnings to sheep graziers in the eastern states with a risk of losses today and over the weekend from cold temperatures, showers, snow and westerly winds. Source: Sheep Central Sheep and lamb weather alert across four states + VIDEO

BOM raises ENSO status to ‘La Nina alert’

THE Bureau of Meteorology has today raised its El Niño-Southern Oscillation Outlook to La Niña ALERT status, meaning the chance of a La Niña occurring this year has increased to 70 percent, roughly three times the normal likelihood. Source: Sheep Central BOM raises ENSO status to ‘La Nina alert’

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 19 August 2020

A COMPLEX low pressure system brought moderate falls to south-east Australia, including Tasmania, while a cold front produced moderate falls in the west of Western Australia. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 19 August 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 19 August

A complex low pressure system brought moderate falls to southeast Australia, including Tasmania, while a cold front produced moderate falls in the west of Western Australia. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 19 August

BOM raises ENSO status to ‘La Nina alert’

The Bureau of Meteorology has today raised its El Niño-Southern Oscillation Outlook to La Niña ALERT status, meaning the chance of a La Niña occurring this year has increased to 70 per cent, roughly three times the normal likelihood. Source: Beef Central BOM raises ENSO status to ‘La Nina alert’

WA spared harvest disaster as rain falls 'just in the nick of time' across state

Widespread rains across southern Western Australia this month have saved the state’s grain growers from potential disaster, with predictions there could even be a bumper harvest. Source: ABC Grain WA spared harvest disaster as rain falls ‘just in the nick of time’ across state

Wetter August to November likely for much of Australia

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a wetter than average period across Australia from now until the end of November, as well as an earlier than usual onset of the northern rainfall season.  Source: Beef Central Wetter August to November likely for much of Australia

Rains across WA grainbelt prove game-changer for winter crops

‘Just in time’ rainfall across most WA grain growing regions has been a game changer, increasing the chances of WA producing at least an average total winter crop of around 15 million tonnes. Source: Grain Central Rains across WA grainbelt prove game-changer for winter crops

Trader warns farmers against 'panic-buying' after good rain

A cattle trader and producer warns farmers against restocking properties too quickly despite above-average rainfall and lush conditions persisting across New South Wales. Source: ABC Livestock Trader warns farmers against ‘panic-buying’ after good rain

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 12 August 2020

LOW pressure systems, cold fronts and troughs generated widespread moderate falls over the south-east quarter of the continent, while a strong cold front brought moderate falls to western parts of Western Australia. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 12 August 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 12 August

Low pressure systems, cold fronts and troughs generated widespread moderate falls over the southeast quarter of the continent, while a strong cold front brought moderate falls to western parts of Western Australia. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 12 August

Rain locks in winter crop yield potential

Widespread rain across virtually all Australia’s cropping regions during the past week has shored up this season’s winter crop prospects, locking in the potential for the best national crop since 2016. Source: Grain Central Rain locks in winter crop yield potential

Snow 'another blow' as northern Tasmanian businesses face damage bills

The biggest snow dump in northern Tasmania since the early 1970s leaves one business with a $120,000 bill, while others are still counting the cost of the damage. Source: ABC Livestock Snow ‘another blow’ as northern Tasmanian businesses face damage bills

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 5 August 2020

Cold fronts brought moderate falls to southwest Western Australia and western Tasmania,while an onshore flow produced showers and moderate falls about the north tropical coast of Queensland. Source: Sheep Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 5 August 2020

Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 5 August

Cold fronts brought moderate falls to southwest Western Australia and western Tasmania,while an onshore flow produced showers and moderate falls about the north tropical coast of Queensland. Source: Beef Central Weekly rainfall wrap + rain outlook, 5 August