Australia: Queensland is a state of extreme weather, and there will be more on the horizon

Sunday Mail: BARELY a week ago all the talk was of fires, cattle dying in the thousands and Queensland slipping into the deadly grip of drought. Wouldn't you know it, days later large slabs of the nation's east coast were in flood, some record-breaking. Since the Millennium Drought that took up much of the 2000s, Queensland's weather has seesawed between floods, fires covering millions of hectares, cyclones and even a tremendous dust storm. The latest shattering event ex-Cyclone Oswald was deemed remarkable......

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