WEATHER

Above median rainfall likely for mainland: BoM

JUNE to August rainfall is likely to be above median for much of the Australian mainland, with an 80 per cent chence chance of exceeding the median according to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM).

Staff writer
 June to August rainfall outlook looks wet for most of Australia. Image courtesy of BoM.

June to August rainfall outlook looks wet for most of Australia. Image courtesy of BoM.

Above median seasonal rainfall is likely for much of the Kimberly and northern Interior of Western Australia, the southern two thirds of the Northern Territory, Queensland, most of New South Wales and...

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