Nothing But Blue Skies From Now On?
Australian Forecasters Crossing Fingers That Weather Systems in Australia Wreaking Havoc on Bali May be at a Seasonal End
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) quotes a senior weather forecaster, Mark Kessermarcus, predicting the streak of bad weather affecting Australia’s Northern Territory may be coming to an end, bringing with it also a welcomed break in the spate of bad weather experienced by nearby Bali and eastern Indonesia in March.
Said Kessermarcus: "We're almost in a monsoon break type period.
"There's a bit of doubt as to whether the monsoon would come back.
"If it is forming it might remain to our north. I'm not going to say it's the end of the wet season now... there's still a chance."
The change of season in Northern Australia could also mark the transition from Bali’s wet to dry season that normally occurs each year around April.
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