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Hot, dry summer on way for Scenic Rim

Dry conditions are forecast to continue for the region.THE Scenic Rim is in for a hot, dry summer carrying little reprieve for drought-stricken farmers, with arid conditions forecast to continue into January.
Nanjing Night Net

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a drier and hotter than usual summer for the region, which has been officially in drought since August 1 this year.

In its three month outlook for rainfall the Bureau predicted the region was likely to receive low rainfall, high temperatures and a higher chance of heat waves.

Beaudesert is unlikely to receive rainfall above the median of 306mm from November to January, with the Bureau predicting only a 30 per cent chance the region will get more than the median.

The Bureau predicts the region has a 75 per cent chance of recording maximum temperatures above the median of 29.7 degrees celcius.

Bureau senior hydrologist Dr. Paul Feikema said the hot dry conditions were likely to be felt across the country.

“Early summer is looking warmer than average for virtually the entire continent and drier than normal conditions are likely in the east,” he said.

“The warm and dry mean long term drought conditions have continued in Queensland.

“Warmer than average days are expected from November to January across much of Australia.”

Drought Relief Assistance Scheme loans are open to farmers in Scenic Rim.

For more information visit www.daff.qld.gov.au

The Bureau of Meteorology forecasts the region is unlikely to receive more than median rainfall in November to January.

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