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NSW - regional Drought report - 10 September 2019

The BOM’s August to October climate outlook indicates a drier and warmer than average three months is likely for much of Australia, particularly along the NSW ranges. The Indian Ocean Dipole remains positive, typically associated with below average rainfall in southern Australia in winter-spring. The positive dipole is not likely to change until the monsoon season commences in the north in summer. Read the full report - #NSW drought #drought report NSW DROUGHT#DROUGTH REPORT#

NSW - Regional Drought Update - 12 November 2019

Latest information from WaterNSW NSW is experiencing one of the most severe droughts on record, with the Central West, Far West and North West regions the worst affected to date. There have been extreme low inflows (the amount of water entering the river and its storages) – the past six months have seen the lowest recorded inflows in history.Effective management of these storages has extended water availability, delaying some of the worst impacts of the drought by up to 12 mo