ICYMI, our #AnnualClimateStatement 2019 is now online at ow.ly/pXlV50xXJOi

2019 was Australia’s warmest and driest year on record.

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'Warming associated with anthropogenic climate change has seen Australian annual mean temperatures increase by over one degree since 1910. Most of this warming has occurred since 1950.'
It's official - last year was our warmest and driest on record. We're seeing the impacts of this in lower inflows into storages and higher water demand. This is why we're encouraging everyone to #makeeverydropcount and #bewaterwise 💧💦

Find more tips: gvwater.vic.gov.au/everydropcounts
In reply to @BOM_au
'Hottest Year Eva!' Yeah right...(after we expunged record cold temperatures). Perhaps if you concentrated on providing a scientific meteorology service and gave up climate-cult propaganda, you wouldn't be wrong all the time? No rain until April, eh. michaelsmithnews.com/2020/01/bom-on…
In reply to @BOM_au
Do you know the real reason why the climate is changing? Your climate is being deliberately engineered. Fact..
Might be time to make the website mobile responsive, but great read.


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