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When they drained, nearly every Age report on our dams mentioned global warming. Now that they fill, not a peep:

SOPPING catchments are replenishing Victoria’s dams at a phenomenal rate, with Melbourne’s water storages likely to top 80 per cent of capacity by year’s end – their highest level in 15 years… 

The rebound from the worst drought on record has made for stunning recoveries at Lake Eppalock, which ran dry in 2007 but is now nearing capacity, and at Lake Eildon and Lake Hume.

Just a rebound from a drought. As per usual. 
This is exactly not what the warmist CSIRO was predicting: