Why is Australia getting less rain than the US?

Updated April 24, 2018 09:48:57 Australian rainfall totals are lower than in the US.

The National Weather Service (NWS) says Australia has recorded a 0.8 millimetre drop in rainfall since the start of the year, which compares with a 1.1 millimetres fall in the United States.

It’s the third consecutive year that Australia has lost the most rain since mid-January.

The NWS said in a statement the latest rainfall is due to the extreme weather events in Australia over the past few days.

“We’re seeing a record-breaking number of severe storms and a record number of small hail events, all of which are the result of a complex climate system with a number of factors that are contributing to this extreme weather,” NWS Chief Scientist Michael Bamber said.

“The number of rainfall events over the next three days, the number of hail events and the number for the month of April is all higher than we have ever recorded in the past and is now the third-highest in our history.

Australian National University meteorologist James Hogg said that was a significant change from the previous three months, which saw a decrease in the number and frequency of severe thunderstorms.

“The most interesting thing is that this is happening during the summer, which means there are very heavy snowfalls in that region of Western Australia, which are also not normally experienced by people here in Western Sydney.””

It’s not as intense as in a lot of other places but it’s still quite heavy,” he said.

“The most interesting thing is that this is happening during the summer, which means there are very heavy snowfalls in that region of Western Australia, which are also not normally experienced by people here in Western Sydney.”

It’s really unusual.

“The US has recorded its second-lowest monthly rainfall since record-keeping began in 1895.

A map showing the US’ rainfall totals over the last three months.

Source: US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) The weather system is a combination of warmer air, cooler water and strong winds, the NWS says.

On Tuesday, the National Weather Services said there was a moderate to strong chance of thunderstorms on Wednesday morning.

In the morning of Tuesday, April 22, at 1:13am, the system formed into a large storm and moved west across the state of Oregon.

By around 10:15am, winds were blowing from the north-west to the east of the state, which has a population of more than 1 million people.

At around 11:30am, there was an increase in thunderstorms in the area of Portland, Oregon.

By 12:30pm, the storm had moved into Oregon City, which was about 10 kilometres (6 miles) west of the city.

Around 2:30 pm, the thunderstorms moved into the northern portion of the Oregon City area.

While it’s not unusual for the US to see some heavy rain on a hot summer day, in the last several years it has seen a series of thunderstorm outbreaks.

This image shows how heavy rain was falling in Portland, which is located in the south of Oregon’s State of Oregon and the northern part of the State of Washington.

The heavy rain has forced the closure of roads and forced many businesses to close due to flooding.

Source:- NWS National Weather service The storm moved away from Portland in the afternoon and moved over the area around the city at about 3:30 p.m.

It then moved north again, but moved again west in the early evening.

By 4:30p.m., the storm was heading east, and was expected to continue moving into Oregon and Washington state.

It was not clear when the storms were expected to stop, but it was expected the heavy rain would continue for several more hours.

But by 8:30 a.m, the rain had moved away and the storm headed back towards Portland.

NWS meteorologist Jim Mcloughlin said it appeared the rain was slowing down as the storms moved across the Oregon and western Washington areas.

Meanwhile, the temperature across the US has been falling in recent weeks, and now it’s forecast to fall in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth by the end of the week.