The Bureau of Meteorology says there is a “really good chance” that November will be the coldest on Canberra’s record. Canberra Times

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There’s a “really good chance” that November will be the wettest on Canberra’s record, with the Southern NSW also set for a gloomy summer. Canberrans are exposed to the unseasonable cold in November, with temperatures below three degrees Celsius, and they are advised not to pack their raincoats. Those gathering on the south coast over the next few months are also warned that they may be frustrated, especially with the east coast for the wet summer period. The Meteorological Bureau was expected to formally announce La Nina – which was already in its “alert” phase – meaning the extreme conditions experienced on the east coast could last up to six months. The ACT dropped more than 107 millimeters in the first 20 days of this month, the coldest on record, only 30 millimeters lower than November. And with more rain forecast in the coming weeks, BOM NSW and ACT manager Agata Imielska said the threshold could be well crossed. “There’s a really good chance we’ll see a record break,” she said. Read more news: ACT’s journey back to the region this month after the toughest and longest lockout, and South Coast businesses – which have been plagued by bushfires and epidemics for the past few months – are urging Canberra to return. But passengers seeking the South Coast Gateway were set to despair, BOM predicted. Ms Emilska said the prime beach would be in a limited supply of weather, with the east coast set for a particularly gloomy few months. “It may not be the perfect, clear sky for summer,” she said. “It doesn’t mean we won’t get them … but there may not be many. It may be a little too intense, [given] Things are getting very wet all over the state. “As temperatures rose, Ms Emilska said the heat was expected to be colder and colder than usual.” Warm, “she said. Central and northern NSW were braced for flash floods this week, even in Greater Sydney set to receive only 50 millimeters on Sunday. Our reporters work hard to provide the community with local, up-to-date news. You can continue to access our trusted content:

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The Bureau of Meteorology says there is a "really good chance" that November will be the coldest on Canberra's record. Canberra Times 2

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