La Niña has ended but there’s a 50-50 chance another will form by the Australian summer

Bureau of Meteorology says winter will be wetter than average and a rare three-in-a-row La Niña is still on the cards

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has announced an end to the 2021-22 La Niña in the tropical Pacific – but it could return with the BoM changing its status to “watch”.

La Niña, which involves warming ocean temperatures in the western Pacific, typically delivers increased rainfall across much of Australia along with cooler daytime temperatures south of the tropics and warmer night-time temperatures in the north.

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