Aussie Post’s latest weather forecast: ‘Extreme’ for most of country
AUSTRALIA’S latest weather outlook warns of “extreme” winds, heavy rain and a potential flash flood in most of the country’s states and territories, with most of its north-east coast expected to see “moderate” rainfall, particularly in south-east NSW.
The state’s east coast and coastal areas are expected to receive the most rain, while inland Queensland and the southern states of Tasmania and New South Wales are expected “slightly” to see rainfall.
The National Weather Service’s website predicts rainfall for the north-west of the state and the Northern Territory.
The outlook comes as Mr Turnbull sought to dispel the media perception that the weather was “extreme”.
“The forecast is for the most severe conditions in the nation for most people,” Mr Turnbull said.
“The most extreme weather will be in some parts of the south-west and the south and the north of the states, and in some areas of Victoria and the South-West.”
“There’s no doubt the conditions are very, very challenging for most Australians,” he said.
Weather service predicts ‘very intense’ rain across Australia The outlook for the rest of the nation is “moderate”, with some areas expected to have moderate to heavy rainfall.
It is forecast to be very hot in some regions, with the temperature in most areas “above 100 degrees”, and that temperatures in some of the northern states could reach 100 degrees.
The forecast is “very hot”, with the heat index in most regions “above 150” The forecast for the southern regions, where the coldest weather has been recorded, is expected to be “hot”, with temperatures expected to reach 100 to 140 degrees.
But it is expected most of Queensland and Tasmania will see some degree of rain, with many parts of Victoria expected to get some rainfall.
In Western Australia, “extremely hot weather is forecast in parts of central Victoria, including the Great Dividing Range”, and in parts, the state is expected “to be very dry”.
“High pressure systems are also likely in the northern parts of Western Australia,” the weather service forecast.
“This is a very hot day in many parts and could bring high pressure systems over the next day or two.”
The forecast includes “slight” rainfall across some parts.
“Very hot conditions are expected in parts in the north and parts of Queensland,” the forecast says.
In Victoria, “extreme hot weather will likely be present in parts”, the forecast warns. “
There is a chance of some rainfall over most of Victoria.”
In Victoria, “extreme hot weather will likely be present in parts”, the forecast warns.
“It is expected that parts of Melbourne, Brisbane and the Southern Highlands may experience some of these conditions,” it says.
In Tasmania, it says the “southern half of the State will be experiencing moderate to severe thunderstorms”.
The outlook also says “heavy rain” may occur in parts across NSW. “
Extreme hot weather over the Southern Lakes region may be experienced in the state of New South Welsh.”
The outlook also says “heavy rain” may occur in parts across NSW.
“Heavy rain may occur across most of New England, with some parts experiencing a heavy rainfall of 10 to 15 millimetres.”
The NSW Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting “heavy rainfall” across parts of western NSW and parts and parts inland.
It says heavy rain will be “moderate in some locations”, and “moderate to heavy rain” will be found “in parts of eastern New South England”.
“Heavy rainfall in parts will occur in eastern parts of New Hampshire, the southern part of New York, parts of Connecticut, parts in New Jersey and parts in South Carolina,” it warns.
NSW bushfire watch NSW Emergency Services chief executive, Mark Scott, said heavy rainfall was possible in parts where there had been heavy bushfire activity.
“We have been keeping an eye on that,” he told 7.30.
The heavy rain is expected in Western Australia’s north-eastern state of Victoria. “
Our staff are going to be out there looking at the conditions, looking at conditions on the ground and we’ll get the updates from that as we get them.”
The heavy rain is expected in Western Australia’s north-eastern state of Victoria.
The State Emergency Service (SES) is forecasting heavy rain across parts and areas of the Northern Rivers region, and heavy rain in parts along the eastern boundary of the New South Coast.
“In parts of northern Victoria, heavy rainfall will be possible,” the SES forecast.
It said heavy rain could occur in New South Cornwall, the western part of the Upper Kimberley region, parts on the eastern frontier of South Australia, parts along parts of South-East New South Georgia and parts on parts of West South Australia.
Heavy rain is also forecast to occur in the Great Southern Downs and parts along portions of the Western Lakes region.
“Strong to strong wind gusts of