Southeast Queensland Weather Forecast
Weather – Seasonal Outlook from Dec 2020 – Jan, Feb 2021 for the chance of above-average rainfall and possible rain rates in mm for the period for Southeast Queensland.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, South East Queensland has a 50% chance of receiving between 600mm and 1200mm of rain in a three month period between December 2020, January 2021 and February 2021.
Most parts of Queensland have an 80% chance of exceeding median rainfall from Dec 2020 to January & Feb 2021. This means that Queensland has an excellent chance of receiving above-average rainfall for the three month period.
This weather forecast for late this year(2020) and early next year is based on a strong to medium La Nina that has developed over the last month or so(as at 7/11/2020).
La Ninas typically bring above-average rainfall, more intense thunderstorm outbreaks, lower daytime temperatures due to more clouds, and an increased risk of above average and more intense cyclonic development, especially in the Western & North Eastern Coral Sea.
Maps showing the percentages for Queenslands chances of above average rainfall from Dec to Jan. Images courtesy of BOM: http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/outlooks/#/rainfall/total/50/seasonal/0
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