The much-discussed La Niña phenomenon has brought the best wet season for years in the Top End and a welcome change to rainier conditions for most of the country, but some still missed out this summer.
And the Bureau of Meteorology [BOM] autumn outlook is for wetter-than-average conditions in the east.
- BOM suggests wetter than average conditions are expected to continue for eastern Australia
- La Niña is set to bid farewell but there are encouraging signs of rain for those who need it
- Bushfires risks will remain for parts of WA and Queensland this autumn
According to BOM climatologist Naomi Benger, La Niña will continue to wield influence into autumn even though it is weakening.
“The typical lifecycle of La Niña is that it…