After the driest spring ever recorded, Australia would face a hellish summer

Dec 04, 2019

Australia experienced the driest spring ever recorded in the country, according to the Office of Meteorology (BOM).

Last month, only 11.9 millimeters of rain fell, which makes it the driest November of recent times. This situation fueled the catastrophic fires that occurred on the east coast of the country, according to BOM.

In fact, 2019 is emerging as one of the driest and hottest years in […]

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