brisbane weather ashes

During the ashes, Brisbane weather can be tricky. With the weather being so unpredictable, it can be difficult to know when to be ready for the cricket. The Ashes series is set to begin next week, and with Brisbane weather a huge factor in the games, it is advisable to be prepared.

‘La Nina’ weather event/phenomenon is back akin to last time during the Australian summer

‘La Nina’ is back akin to last time during the Australian summer, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. La Nina is a type of weather event that affects the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is often associated with heavy rainfall and windy summers. However, its influence is less significant during the winter months.

La Nina is characterized by unusually cold ocean temperatures in the equatorial Pacific, and warmer surface waters in the western Pacific. The trade winds between the equatorial and western Pacific also become stronger, drawing deeper, cooler water up from the deep sea, and changing ocean surface currents.

La Nina is generally associated with warmer than normal maximum temperatures, and increased rainfall in the western Pacific Ocean. La Nina has been known to produce extreme flooding in the east coast of Australia, and to increase the risk of major damage from tropical cyclones.

La Nina years are also known for increased snow depths in Australia’s alpine regions. In the eastern half of Australia, two-thirds of the wettest winter-spring periods in history occurred during La Nina years. The average rainfall during La Nina years is about 20 percent higher than in neutral years.

Australia’s only Ashes series victory in the past 34 years

During the 1932-33 tour, England introduced a new tactic of bowling with fielders on the leg side of the pitch. The technique was so effective that it led to changes in cricket laws. It is now known as the Bodyline series.

Although the first Ashes series was a one-match series, England and Australia have played 71 ashes series between them. Five of these series have ended in draws, while six have been won by one team or the other.

Ashes has been a tussle between the two teams since the 1882 season. England had won seven straight Tests before Australia’s victory in 1882. In the same season, England was also unbeaten on their tour to Australia. During that tour, Arthur Morris and Donald Bradman scored hundreds.

The Ashes series is a Test cricket series played between England and Australia. It is one of the oldest test cricket series in the world. The winning team keeps the trophy. The series is considered to be the pinnacle of the sport.

‘Tumultuous’ Brisbane weather forecast

‘Tumultuous’ Brisbane weather forecast for the remainder of the week is expected to bring heavy rain, strong winds and a chance of lightning. In addition, temperatures will be warmer than normal and nighttime temperatures will be significantly warmer. Throughout the week, various low-pressure systems are expected to roll in, and forecasters are warning of hundreds of thousands of lightning strikes. A supercell thunderstorm is expected in central parts of Queensland on Tuesday, and may bring heavy rain, strong winds and large hail. From Wednesday onwards, the weather should be calmer, but the storms may still bring heavy rain.

Highs in Sydney and Brisbane are expected to be around 35 degrees, and highs in Melbourne could be drenched. Perth should see rain on Tuesday and Wednesday, but the weather will be cooler on Friday and Saturday.