Mr Crosweller said a long-range briefing provided by the Bureau of Meteorology in November had so far proven eerily accurate and the same forecast predicted that Canberra would be battered in late January and February.
“There’s a picture being painted here, that’s been developing for a number of months now, that there has been significant increases in rainfall, significant increases in fuel and soil moisture, and significant increases in dam levels,” he said.
“Now that all adds up to a landscape that can’t take much more water.”
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