2019 was Australia’s warmest and driest year on record, but what about #Antarctica, #MacquarieIsland, and our Indian and Pacific Ocean islands?

Dive into the detail in our 2019 annual climate summary for remote islands and Antarctica: ow.ly/gxsg50xXK5u

📷 Damien Everett

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Temperatures at Mawson were almost a degree above average overall; February and October were particularly warm months
The year was a little warmer than average at Davis
 
In reply to @BOM_au
Didn't the @BOM_au predict no rain until April for South East Queensland? And we are supposed to believe their forecasts of apocalyptic warming years into the future? "86mm in an hour as severe storms roll across SEQ" couriermail.com.au/news/queenslan… #ArsonEmergency
 
Macquarie Island was warmer than average in all months, including the warmest April on record, but August was cold; overall the year was about half a degree warmer than average
Total precipitation on Macquarie Island was above average
 
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