Weather in Australia changes from time to time in a day. You may experienced coldness in the morning, sunny at mid- day, hot in the afternoon and windy at night. A couple of weeks ago there was a bushfire happened just 20 km away from our home, it was nearly the end of summer month and there was a heatwave at that time. Just a few days passed its been all over the news that there’s been a low pressure in some part of Australia.
Weather in Australia-Bushfires?
Somewhere in Tasmania, an island in the south, it was reported that winds is up to 130 kph which ripped through the south that caused cutting power, uprooting large trees and closing roads. In some parts of Victoria, 50 homes have been destroyed by ferocious bushfires. Victoria’s fire season has so far burnt 350,000 hectares, placing it on par with 1977 and 1985 levels based on statistics. In which in this case the government always the total fire ban in the whole state. Most of the affected people on bushfires are the farmers, damage field and farms, animals, houses and any other properties. It good to see the government are always there to help in terms of stopping these nature’s calamities that strike humanities. However, even though we are all prepared, it is not enough to escape either it is a manmade or by nature. Some people just embraced the events and tried to move on and recover from this wild weather world. I thought to myself maybe this weather changes may be a result of climate change. Back home in the Philippines especially in Manila it has been on the news the it was the first time in history that they experienced low temperature, and in some other part of the world like in United Kingdom wherein they experienced the cold storm. One thing we always keep in mind , in times of calamities like this we need to be always prepared.