‘Unusual’ bush fires sweep Australia’s north

‘Unusual’ bush fires sweep Australia’s north
Queensland Bush virus we’ll conditions hundreds of Australians have evacuated their homes due to bush. Fires emit unprecedented weather conditions in the state of Queensland officials, say about 40 bush. Fires are burning across the state, Queensland fire and Emergency Services. The most serious Blaze, 450 km 280 miles. North of Brisbane have destroyed at least two holds down for others and prompted evacuation orders. The conditions have been described as highly unusual for this time of year. The largest Bush fire is about 50 km long and has burned through approximately 11000 Terrace in the deepwater national park. It began on Saturday and is expected to remain a threat in coming days. Most of the other bushfires were being contained. Authorities said, unlike in Australia’s dryers, intense fire conditions are unusual in Queensland in late November, because it is the wet season. However, strong winds drier than average conditions and the recent heat away it had led to fires across the state. Commissioner, Katarina Carol said on Monday. In this part of the world, we have not experienced these conditions before she said it is unprecedented. The region is forecast to experience further strong winds and hot temperatures this week; Bushfire is also damaged, neighboring New South Wales. The last week both states are currently in the grip of drought. No single factor is to blame for extreme weather, but climate change is bringing more frequent and severe events.

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