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Posted on the 30 May 2011 by Seabee
Australia's the world's driest inhabited continent, and the drought over the plast decade is testament to that.
Not this year though.
We've just had the coldest May day for eleven years and we have plenty of rain.
We're also getting things I haven't seen before. This morning I looked out of the lounge window to see this:
We have weather
We have weather
We have weather

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