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Floods in Victoria are uncommon. Here's why they're happening now – and how they compare to the past

By Margaret Cook, Lecturer in History, University of the Sunshine Coast
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Rain has fallen across almost all of Australia’s mainland in the last two weeks. Our rain events are usually regional – not national like this.The Conversation

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