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Ex-tropical cyclone Seroja moves well south of the continent so don’t expect more tropical rain

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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 southerly cyclone brought high winds and heavy rains to regions not accustomed to cyclones and their consequent widespread damage.

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.

“Given that…



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