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Australia faces worst drought, bad start for wet season

Areas getting less than average rainfall makes condition troublesome though some rain in Western Australia has eased the situation to some extent.


Devdiscourse News Desk 01 Aug 2018, 10:40 PM Australia
  • The days to come as per the future projections show a continuous decline in the rainfall. (Image Credit: Twitter)

As drought continues in Australia, Students in Manilla (New South Wales) have started offering helping hands to their families by feeding animals and other petty farming stuff.

Students breathing in the dirt are vulnerable to diseases and parents in Australia’s New South Wales are concerned about it.

The schools will soon have sports day but organizers don’t find it viable to conduct as dirt in the atmosphere makes it prone to diseases.

Australia has remained a continent of extremities.  Most part of southern Australia is facing the drought situation. The prime minister has embarked recently on tour to different parts of the country for condition assessment.

Bureau of Meteorology is responsible in Australia for the weather forecast. The days to come as per the future projections show a continuous decline in the rainfall.

The parts of Australia most affected by drought are New South Wales, north-west Victoria and eastern South Australia.

Areas getting less than average rainfall makes condition troublesome though some rain in Western Australia has eased the situation to some extent.

The wet season for the southern part of Australia stretches from April to November. The start of the wet season has not been so promising so far.


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