A year is a long time in Australia, so it’s a good time to think about 2019.
Here are the top things you need know about 2019: There will be a record amount of rain in the states of Queensland and South Australia.
The state is forecast to get about 1.5 millimetres (0.25 inches) of rain per hour, according to the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM).
That is a record, and it’s expected to continue to be above the average for this time of year.
Queensland, which got its first rain on Monday, is forecast for nearly 3.5 mm (0,75 inches) per hour.
The state of Victoria, which gets its first snow on Tuesday, is expecting about 4.5mm (1,04 inches) in the coming days.
A record low of 24C (72F) was recorded across the country, and rainfall totals are expected to be below average throughout the month of September.
If you’re a family of four, or someone with kids, you should prepare for a few extra days of rain.
This is a big deal.
A new study by the Australian Weather Bureau has found that if there is no heavy rain by mid-September, more than 70 per cent of people in Australia will be affected.
In some areas, that could be as much as four days of heavy rain.