2023-2024 Australia Biennial Weather Almanac
TUESDAY JANUARY 17, 2023
New book available now
2023-2024 Australian Weather Biennial Almanac
Almost every 10 years there have been floods in NSW, 1990,
2000, 2010 and 2021, so what year are we expecting to get back to drier years
or drought? Where will the Murray Darling be flooding in 2024? What states will be affected by it? When does
La Nina finish?
Our new book for Australian farmers is two almanacs combined,
2023 and 2024. This is a weather guide for the next two years and may
answer all questions that growers, producers, distributors and planners may
have. It replaces the Australian Almanacs of the past, which were limited to
one year, as a minimum of two years is necessary to properly plan ahead.
We cover over 80 towns and areas in 7 states. General trends
for each state are discussed per month along with graphs and tables, including
rainfall stats, and, at the end of the book are one-month-per-page rainfall
figures. A weather diary runs through each state’s summary, so that extreme
weather events can be averted.
There is, in color, a weather event overview for each year, rainfall
anomalies tables and graphs, the seasonal rainfall summary for each part of the
state, temperatures anomalies tables, trend graphs, and temperature seasonal
Finally, the El Nino/La Nina situation is discussed, and the
reader is shown how to work out future years. Near the end of 2024, the
2025-2026 book will become available, followed by the 2027-2028 and then
2029-2030 almanac equivalents. We sincerely hope this book will prove to be a
useful aid to your farming operation.