Heavy rain can not end a drought in Australia?Scientists: still continued to rain According to the "Central News Agency" reports, eastern Australia recently skies, bring hope to the region suffering from the drought hit.However, the scientists said, still need continuous rainfall, to the end of several years of drought.Mayor Queensland Southern District of Lanzhou, the original Dolby said, people who are excited rain.But he also said that "the drought is not over yet.Our extremely thirsty land, where we have some three years without rain in some places is 5 years, let the soil moist recovery will take a long period of time.We need a year of average rainfall. ".Local time on December 10, 2020, Sydney, New South Wales, the fire continued to spread, over the Sydney smoke, firefighters continue to rescue, to protect residential areas from attack by forest fires.Hydrologists believe that this week, flooding is a precursor to the next events to take place, flooded many cities, but rural areas are still trying to fight the drought worsening.Professor of hydrology at UNSW Sharma pointed out that when water accumulates on a hard surface, it may impact heavy rains produce "cognitive distortions".Despite the city faced flooding and property damage, but rural areas still need continuous rainfall, so that after the dry soil saturated with moisture, rain will fill dam.During the recent heavy rain, the water level in the dam near Sydney have increased substantially in some areas experiencing the greatest rainfall in the past 30 years.But in the new states face "depletion" of the most arid town, rising dam water level is still insignificant.NSW Water Authority spokesman said most of the rain water flows into the river, instead of flowing into the dam.He said: "Unfortunately, this is not enough water in large part because.And, after a prolonged drought and high temperatures of summer, the catchment area is very dry. ".Sharma and his team predicted, despite the increase in extreme rainfall due to climate change, but not enough to cope with rising temperatures."IF we all constitute the pillars of flood water may be reduced," Sharma said, adding that "I just want people to wisdom and foresight, recognizing that this should not be seen as a sign of the need to take action.".