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Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 by Vinnie @ 34 minutes 21 seconds ago

If we weren't getting an average summer this year with the ridge, what sort of summer would SE Qld be having, would the 40 deg temps in NSW be in Queensland ?
NSW / ACT
oh thats amazing. Bankstown now gusting at 50km/h.
NSW / ACT
Wow talk about a phantom southerly, a gust of 41km/h recorded at Bankstown. Although a very warm one. Some solid storms on the Southern Tablelands and adjacent coast pockets of localised 10+mm falls with a peak of 36mm recorded at Mongarlowe. Would
NSW / ACT
That would just be the outflow from the storms down south, which are pretty persistent going well into the night. Cloud-wise could be touch and go tomorrow, also a small chance of high based storms in the west and also the Illawarra again. Should be
NSW / ACT
Southerly has arrived. Surely feels weird to have a southerly the day before a 45c day.
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I've just been looking through a few SST anomaly archives of previous years and one thing that stands out to me is how El/La-Nada we've been in since 2015. None since have really stuck. Last year and the year before were wannabe La-Ninas and this yea
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Morham27 max record temps broken across nsw and act today. In hindsight, the settlement of Penrith is not looking like such a good idea. One big power outage in temps like this and we will see Nepean hospital mourge overflowing
NSW / ACT
27 max record temps broken across nsw and act today. In hindsight, the settlement of Penrith is not looking like such a good idea. One big power outage in temps like this and we will see Nepean hospital mourge overflowing.
SE QLD / NE NSW
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 by PlumbBob @ Yesterday at 22:59

Showing some Precip now ? Oh what a feeling, - remember them - wet days ;-)
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Steve777Originally Posted By: Jac0b...However with this year's heatwave, Obs Hill is only struggling to the high 20's under sea breezes. Quite intriguing. This is a very hot air mass, with 850 temps of 25-30 over wide areas, fr
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Jac0b...However with this year's heatwave, Obs Hill is only struggling to the high 20's under sea breezes. Quite intriguing. This is a very hot air mass, with 850 temps of 25-30 over wide areas, from air that had been circulati
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: ashestoashesOriginally Posted By: Jac0b That 1896 heatwave must have been really hot for Coastal NSW as well - even Sydney Obs Hill had multiple days above 35, with 4 in a row in mid Jan. I think the only other time Obs Hill ha
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Wave RiderLook at that sneaky southerly moving up the coast! Might spark some storms in this region if we're lucky. This southerly may also make it difficult for the coastal areas to build up heat tomorrow, if it's still around
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Jac0bThat 1896 heatwave must have been really hot for Coastal NSW as well - even Sydney Obs Hill had multiple days above 35, with 4 in a row in mid Jan. I think the only other time Obs Hill had 4 in a row > 35 was also in Jan 19
NSW / ACT
Look at that sneaky southerly moving up the coast! Might spark some storms in this region if we're lucky. This southerly may also make it difficult for the coastal areas to build up heat tomorrow, if it's still around tomorrow morning. Hopefully the
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Jac0b That 1896 heatwave must have been really hot for Coastal NSW as well - even Sydney Obs Hill had multiple days above 35, with 4 in a row in mid Jan. I think the only other time Obs Hill had 4 in a row > 35 was also in Jan
SE QLD / NE NSW
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 by Seabreeze @ Yesterday at 22:03

I've looked to see how the current dry spell compares to previous ones during the summer-time along the NSW north coast. It looks like extended dry spells during the summer were more common before the mid 1950s and have been pretty much absent since
NSW / ACT
Originally Posted By: Blair TrewinOne of my colleagues has actually done a lot of work on seeing what you can and can't do with pre-1910 temperatures in southeast Australia (in other parts of the country the problem is more one of not having much dat
SE QLD / NE NSW
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 by Ken Kato @ Yesterday at 21:37

Originally Posted By: Mike HauberThe advantage of an index is it puts what might otherwise be subjective opinions on how well the temp pattern matches the standard modoki pattern onto an objective and scientific basis. There’s no doubt whatsoever tha
NSW / ACT
So sick that Blair is on here.
SE QLD / NE NSW
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 by Kino @ Yesterday at 21:20

There is no modoki. Stop spreading fake news.
NSW / ACT
One of my colleagues has actually done a lot of work on seeing what you can and can't do with pre-1910 temperatures in southeast Australia (in other parts of the country the problem is more one of not having much data of any description). Her results
SE QLD / NE NSW
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 by Mike Hauber @ Yesterday at 21:18

The warm anomalies in the east are clearly less extensive and persistent than the warm anomalies near the dateline. The advantage of an index is it puts what might otherwise be subjective opinions on how well the temp pattern matches the standard mo
NSW / ACT
Jump to new posts Re: NSW / ACT - Severe Mid Summer Heatwave - January 15-19 2019 by Adaminaby Angler @ Yesterday at 21:10

Originally Posted By: Jac0bI would love to know the kinds of heatwaves experienced in SE Australia in the late 1800's - early 1900's; especially around the Federation drought and for example the 1914-1915 El nino which set many high temp records in o
NSW / ACT
We broke our all time record at Wagga today. Old record 44.8 and got to 45.1!
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