Sky News meteorologist Rob Sharpe says La Niña weather means we’ve got “colder than usual” waters through the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Parts of Australia are in the middle of experiencing another La Niña weather event with cold temperatures and rain.

“It has a big influence on the weather patterns around the world and so we end up with the winds being a little bit stronger,” Mr Sharpe told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

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