Melbourne Water Storages hit 75%

A few good years of record and heavy rain have transformed Melbournes Water storages to 3/4 full.

And with good snowfalls and heavy rain through the ranges of Victoria this weekend, expect this figure to reach 80% before the end of September.

And of course do not also forget the experts in all this, who said the following.

David Jones :

“Perhaps we should call it our new climate,” said the Bureau of Meteorology’s head of climate analysis, David Jones.

“There is a debate in the climate community, after … close to 12 years of drought, whether this is something permanent. Certainly, in terms of temperature, that seems to be our reality, and that there is no turning back.”

“Last year climate change became very evident in south-eastern Australia, with South Australia, NSW, Victoria, the ACT and the Murray-Darling Basin all setting temperature records by a very large margin,” he said.

Tim Flannery:

“Even the rain that falls isn’t actually going to fill our dams and river systems,” said the Australian who has most whipped up global warming alarmism.

“In Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane, water supplies are so low they need desalinated water urgently, possibly in as little as 18 months.”

Just goes to show, so called experts always see things through rose coloured glasses, except of course the money that the governments pop into their bank accounts for such nonsense.


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