Author: Jeff Higgins

***CLIMATE ALERT*** Issued 15th Sept 2020 The STRONGEST La Nina since 2010/11 is now forecast by a majority of global model data sets. We could very well see a moderate strength -1.5C La Nina develop by December. This is increasing the odds even higher now for...

[wp_ad_camp_3] Issued 12th September 2020. The Climate Prediction Centre and Japan Meteorological Agency have both declared a La Nina weather pattern is current which is likely to continue through into the Southern Hemisphere Summer. This confirmation from two of the worlds leading forecast agencies fully supports...

[wp_ad_camp_3] Issued 25th August 2020. The Nino 3.4 region has recorded -0.8C below average sea surface temperatures on the 24th of August 2020. This is now at the official Australian threshold for La Nina. Low level 850-hpa Easterly trade winds are stronger than normal across the...

[wp_ad_camp_3] Issued 12th June 2020. Forecast data remains confident that rain will come this weekend to Central, Southern and South East QLD. Above image: Rainfall forecast totals via Windy.com [wp_ad_camp_4] On Saturday a large high in the Tasman Sea will direct a moist onshore wind flow into the...