The Bureau of Meteorology suggests that Australians have to face warmer weather conditions this year. The forecast of the next upcoming seasonal weather is making people aware of the threat of instability. Sometimes the conditions are severe, and sometimes it is even, which shows the weather is converting to summer from winter. From June to July, it is almost the warmest time in different regions of the world. At midnight weather lowers down to cooler levels in different cities of Queensland, New South Wales, etc.
Rainfall levels are also predicted to decrease, with an increased likelihood of below-average rainfall, particularly in southern NSW. Catherine Ganter from the BoM stated that southern areas have twice the normal chance of experiencing winter rainfall in the bottom 20 percent of historical records. While average minimum and maximum temperatures are considered warmer than usual, occasional cold and winter conditions can still occur, increasing the risk of frost when clear nights prevail without cloud cover.
The warnings are that tropical waters in the Pacific Ocean will likely approach El Nino thresholds in the next three months. The development of a positive Indian Ocean Dipole influences the forecast. However, it is important to remember that an El Nino event has not yet been declared. The dry and warm conditions increase the risk of bushfires in large parts of the Northern Territory, certain areas of NSW, and northwestern South Australia.