Ex-tropical cyclone Seroja has already made its way into the Great Australian Bight and out to sea, dashing hopes for any desired boost to rainfall in the south-east.
- The ex-tropical cyclone has moved south and won’t significantly boost rainfall in the south-east
- South Australia is expecting elevated fire dangers ahead of another cold front
- It comes after chilly weather brought a taste of winter over the weekend
According to Jackson Browne, a senior meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), Seroja’s strength and momentum meant it managed to maintain its intensity well inland.