Wildfires in Perth, Australia eased by tropical system




Perth Hills, northeastward from Perth, Australia hit serious wildfires and it appears, that only tropical activity from the north should ease destroying effect of the fire.

Between 28. January and 3. February 2021, 7-day heatwave with peak +37,3°C on 31. January hit Perth and immediately after the hottest days, severe wildfires have appeared in the region.

Bushfires destroyed 86 houses and sent into the Perth Hills many firefighters, despite of heavy COVID-19 restrictions. in the country.

Currently, tropical system 12U is shifting towards Perth from the north, it cooled down already under +25°C (maximum temperature) and the first precipitation have arrived.

During next days, next rains and transition of the middle of a system over the city is forecasted, therefore tropical system saved Australian metropolitan area from bigger damages.

Southern Hemisphere /https://mkweather.com/2021/01/24/antarctica-set-to-coldest-january-since-1978-southern-hemisphere-hasnt-been-so-cold-almost-10-years// and all Earth /https://mkweather.com/2021/02/05/the-coldest-earth-for-7-years-strong-impact-of-la-nina-is-here// are experiencing with really cold conditions thanks to La nina last weeks.

These circulation conditions are bringing in Australia strongest activity of cyclones and colder summer, with less wildfires. E.g., maximum temepratures in the Summer 2020/2021 reached in Australia only +47/+48°C, while during last years, +50°C and more has been reached, with historic wildfire season 2019/2020 in the country.

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