Dryness in Australia - No improvement in sight

The dryness in much of Australia will continue to intensify in the coming months according to statements by the leading Meteorological Institute there and cause even more bushfires before summer time. The hope that the farmers in the east of the continent will be spared the worst of the dryness of history, will probably not be fulfilled.
The winter was unusually warm and there was an above-average warm spring.
The weather forecast promises little rainfall until November. Record-low precipitation in some regions with above-average temperature intervals has dried up large parts of the Australian pasture and arable land.
Large parts of New South Wales, the state with the densest population, where the continent's largest crops in terms of value are harvested, are officially dry. Busy fires had to be fought yesterday in 81 places - for the time after the Australian winter this is unusually high. There are usually bushfires in January and February, the summer there.
Australia's July was the fifth-driest since weather records began.

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