2021–22 Australian region cyclone season and 2021–22 South Pacific cyclone season are in full swing and while Western Australia recorded on 13. January 2022 the hottest temperature in the Southern Hemisphere in all-time history /https://mkweather.com/the-highest-temperature-in-southern-hemisphere-in-all-time-history-onslow-australia-507c//, eastern parts of the continent and neighboring Oceania are experiencing the very strong activity of cyclones.
A trio of tropical cyclones appeared in Queensland, Northern Territory, Fiji, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia in the last period and New Zealand is only expecting the arrival of remnants of the tropical cyclone.
Firstly, Tropical cyclone Seth (Category 2 during a maximal development) hit Queensland /https://mkweather.com/swimmers-and-surfers-ignore-ex-tropical-cyclone-seths-dangers-and-have-fun-from-rough-seas-new-zealand-on-the-front-side-of-the-system-342c//. Remnants of tropical cyclone brought in Queensland 24-hour rainfall up to 650 mm and the post-tropical system was shifting farther above Northern Territory, with regional severe floods. The minimum pressure in the center of the system reached 983 hPa and a maximum 10-minute sustained winds 95 km/h.
Tropical cyclone Tiffany (Category 1 during a maximal development) hit only in a few days more northern parts of Queensland and then Northern Territory, with the next flooding wave. The system weakened before the arrival above northern Western Australia. The minimum pressure in the center of the system reached 989 hPa and a maximum 10-minute sustained winds 95 km/h.
Tropical cyclone Cody (Category 3 during a maximal development) hit firstly Fiji region, Oceania, with severe floods and fatalities and currently is system shifting above Northern Island, New Zealand, with expected heavy rains, floods, winds and rough seas. The minimum pressure in the center of the system reached 971 hPa and a maximum 10-minute sustained winds 130 km/h.
Strong cyclone seasons in the regions are partially a result of strong La Nina pattern, which is bringing stormy and colder weather mainly above Australia (despite the fact, the all-time Australian record was on 13.1.2022 measured in Onslow, near Indian Ocean, Western Australia, probably thanks to a weakening of negative IOD pattern and it´s a shift into neutral/positive IOD).