Weekly weather from the Bureau of Meteorology: Sunday 5 December, 2021

Hello from the Bureau with your weekly update for 
Sunday the 5th December. Australia had its wettest   November since records began and unfortunately 
there's another wet week ahead for the east. An active past week, particularly 
across eastern Australia with showers,   severe storms and heavy rainfall renewing riverine 
flooding with multiple catchments across eastern   Australia reaching major flood levels, hindering 
harvest, and causing extensive crop damage. At the moment, areas of cloud with embedded storms   lies across the interior, while 
the south of WA is cloud free. For today, multiple inland troughs are 
triggering showers and storms for parts of SA,   extending across northern and eastern 
Australia later– with possible severe   storms for northeast NSW and Qld. Dry 
with elevated fire dangers of southern WA. On Monday rain and storms will ramp up across 
northern, central and eastern Australia,   with the risk of severe storms and moderate to 
heavy falls including across flood affected parts.   Dry for SA and southern WA with a high south of 
the Bight creating good harvesting conditions.

More wet weather on Tuesday across 
northern, central and eastern Australia   with possible severe storms. Cooler 
across the southeast behind the front.   Generally dry conditions 
across the southern interior. On Wednesday, a low over southeast Australia 
will draw tropical moisture southwards,   with rain and storms across the east and a risk 
of renewed flooding. Dry through central parts,   possible showers and storms for southern WA. On Thursday the low over the southeast will 
intensify with gusty winds and heavy falls   possible.

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