January 2019 was in Australia the hottest month in the record, a date to be released by the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) today.
- There were less than 21 percent of normal rains for large areas of Australia
- Canberra Airport had record traffic for four days above 40C
- KLM climatologist Andrew Watkins said the heat in the last month was unprecedented
The average temperature in January, on average, across the country exceeded 30 degrees Celsius – the first time it happened in any month, BOM said.
Rainfall was also below average in most areas, but it brought several tunnels to north Queensland in the month.
Here you can see how different countries felt warm.
south Australia has experienced his worst ice since 2013.
And Adelaide had one of the hottest cities in Januarys, which recorded the highest temperatures for at least 10 years.
For the first time since 1957, the bourgeois city of Adelaide recorded zero crashes per month.
Western Australia had one of the hottest Januaryarys, but temperatures were cooler than the average in parts of the West Coast and the Southwest.
State cuts were below average and the month was the smoothest since 2005.
While most WA suffered in heat, Perth scored its best January in more than a decade and rainfall was average.
New South Wales recorded the worst January in the record of the average, maximum and minimum temperature.
In the northeast, the state also recorded one of the smallest Januaryans.
Sydney had one of the hottest Januaryans who scored average crashes.
Victoria also set a new record for polder heat.
Its rainfall was below average, with most countries receiving less than 20% of the monthly average.
Melbourne was exceptionally warm and some sites recorded the highest temperatures in January. The city also had one of the ten smallest Januaryans.
The ACT He also had his hottest year in January. Instead, the airport at Canberra in Bombay recorded a record-breaking operation of four days above 40C.
Northern Territory recorded its hottest January, and the delayed start of the monsoon contributed to territories that received less than half of the average ice precipitation.
Darwin had one of the hottest Januaryans behind, while the rainfall was also below average.
Queensland likewise had his hottest January and the low monsoon brought heavy rain into parts of the state.
Brisbane was very warm, while the rainfall was very low at around 20% of the average in January.
Tasmania had his hottest and smoothest ice in the record, just like Hobart.
KLM climatologist Andrew Watkins said the heat in the last month was unprecedented.
"We have seen that over the course of the month, we see the wavelength conditions affecting large parts of the country, and the records are divided both for duration and for day-to-day extremes," he said.
"The main contributor to this heat was the permanent high-pressure system in the Tasman Sea, which blocked any cold queues, and the colder air fell to the south of the country."
"The warming trend, which has seen Australian temperatures rise by more than one degree over the past 100 years, has also contributed to unusually warm conditions," Dr. Watkins.