According to the Bureau of Meteorology, central Queensland is facing an above-average wet fall season.
The climate outlook published last week shows that much of the east coast of Queensland will likely experience more than the mean rainfall for that period from March to May.
The outlook also shows that the autumn nights are likely to be warmer than the average, which is reflected in large parts of the country.
The office climatologist, Dr. Naomi Benger said while recent observations and projections showed that La Niña was past its peak, its effects on the Australian climate would likely continue.
« The tropical Pacific is expected to return to neutral conditions in the fall ( neither El Niño nor La Niña), which is the typical life cycle of La Niña events, « said Dr. Benger.
“However, it is not uncommon for the effects of La Niña to still be felt when the event subsides.
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