January 2021

Queensland:


Good to heavy rains are indicated on the Peninsula, Lower Carpentaria, Far North Coast and Central Coast during January, with varying rainfall from moderate to heavy occurring on the Upper Carpentaria. Rainfall should be reasonably good to good on the South East, Port Curtis and East Darling Downs, with moderate to reasonably good rains occurring on the Central Highlands, West Darling Downs and Maranoa. Light to moderate falls are indicated on the Central Lowlands and Warrego, with mainly dry to moderate falls occurring on the Far South West, Upper and Lower Western.

Whilst we have seen the majority of activity to the North in the beginning of the month, we currently have a reprieve only for a short time. As per the article written at the end of November in the below link, instability will once again become prominent for the latter half of the month. I am forecasting a further cyclone to form in the Coral Sea affecting the Far North Coast, as well as further rain to the Gulf areas whereby another Low is very likely. A further cyclone is forecasted to the Northern Territory and should head across to the Far North Coast of Western Australia.

Stay safe and keep abreast of what’s happening on my blog.


https://www.sunshinecoastnews.com.au/2020/11/30/just-how-wild-will-this-summer-be/

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