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Our verandah roof didn't fare too well from that gust.
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Jump to new posts Re: Stratospheric sudden warmings (SSWs) by marakai @ Today at 01:09

Interesting : Temperature and pressure variability in mid-latitude low atmosphere and stratosphere-ionosphere coupling.
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2018 by Seabreeze @ Yesterday at 23:59

10.8mm in the 24hrs to 9am here from occasional showers yesterday and overnight.
Tropical and Central Australia
Originally Posted By: Simmo FNQ Things are gonna get hot, hot, hot. Would not be surprised to see 39-40c next week. Just when I was worried November was going to be cooler than October. I'm not sure it will get that hot here on the coast. Up your wa
Jump to new posts Re: NSW/ACT day to day weather by Kino @ Yesterday at 23:41

Sure is looking interesting for later this week - forecasts are pretty benign atm but think theyíll change more once they know the movement of the cut off.
Jump to new posts Re: Trough with embedded lows Nov 20-23 by logansi @ Yesterday at 22:49

Originally Posted By: PetrosModels all over the shop, but something big is brewing - peaking strongly in areas of Vic yet to be determined! My tip is to watch it all evolve on SatIR. Not sure i've seen such a difference in the models less than 24
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Jump to new posts Re: NRL Season 2018 by Beltane @ Yesterday at 22:09

The charge carries a maximum 20-year jail term if Hayne is convicted. Well that's one way of avoiding the USA charges due to be heard in 2020.
Tropical and Central Australia
Jump to new posts Re: Central Queensland Dry Season - 2018 by Vinnie @ Yesterday at 21:59

Looks like a winter weather chart from Thursday/Friday onwards with a low/cold front to the south...
General Weather
The StormSurf zone is the prime zone for generating a Kelvin Wave. Westerly anomalies further east won't do much to the subsurface but will have a significant impact on the surface.
Itís not exactly SEQ but I was out (further) west for work today and there were/are a few intense storms operating between Morven and Mitchell. Drove straight through one and had to slow down to about 40 as it was a near white out. Not quite black c
Tropical and Central Australia
40c is the early forecast max for Monday next week. Record is 41c in 1971, def a chance to break it.
Jump to new posts Re: What's happening in Tassie? by Snowies @ Yesterday at 16:33

Yep, bit of a downpour being forecast for the next few days - EC really liking heavy rain in the east and SE on Friday, but the models are changing with every run, but not hard to envisage at least 30-60mm for most places and quite possibly totals we
Jump to new posts Re: Mena, Arkansas Weather by Wet Snow @ Yesterday at 14:10

Hello Folks: Here's previous weeks' weather in Mena, Arkansas: DATE.......HIGH.......LOW........RAIN Nov..11..46F/7.7C...36F/2.2C.....--- .......12..41F/5.0C...29F/-1.6C..0.20"/5.0mm .......13..37F/2.7C...25F/-3.8C..--- .......14..37F/2.7C...27F/-2.
Tropical and Central Australia
Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Perth on Monday, 19 November 2018 for 24 hours to 9 am today KIMBERLEY: Bedford Downs A 7 Curtin Aero 1 Derby Aero 5 Derby MainRoads 2 Doongan 2/2 Drysdale River
General Weather
Jump to new posts Hey guys i live in Clifton was warwick by Stevo_vo @ 18/11/2018 21:29

I have weather mount at 5metres, but itís near car port and there is about 70ft away from showgrounds trees, 68ft distance trees at the back,there are a lot of trees but we get good temperatures readings wind readings not really, highest wind speed a
Tropical Lows and Cyclones
Jump to new posts Re: WA Tropical Cyclone Season 2018/2019 by desieboy @ 18/11/2018 19:33

Updated Tropical Cyclone Outlook for the Western Region Issued at 2:31 pm WST on Sunday 18 November 2018 for the period until midnight WST Wednesday 21 November 2018. Existing Cyclones in the Western Region: Nil. Potential Cyclones: A weak tropi
Jump to new posts Re: Vic - discussion on possible events to come by chasers addict @ 18/11/2018 19:10

Seem SE Australia cool down feels late spring and more Cold SW winds and odd cold nights below 10c in November average 5c to 8c cold mornings Hots days are less. November 2017 11 Days over between 32c to 36c. November 2018 only 2 days 1st 36c a
Jump to new posts Re: 2018/19 Fire Season Update and Discussion by logansi @ 18/11/2018 16:05

This Watch & Act message is for Carlisle River. This Watch and Act replaces the Advice message issued at 3:00pm. There is a grassfire at Carlisle River that is not yet under control. This grassfire is difficult to access and emergency services are o
Tropical and Central Australia
Jump to new posts Re: Top End NT Build-Up - November 2018 by desieboy @ 18/11/2018 13:27

Nice pic Jacci.Noticed a lot of activity around Katehrine and to the east yesterday. Hope you get lots of good TSs your way this season. Looking good for this week anyway.
General Weather
A mathematical method for predicting solar cycle activity has been discovered. This lecture is really worth watching. The scientist/presenters accent is a little difficult at times, but that should not stop anyone watching the full hour lecture. In
Jump to new posts Re: NSW rainfall shortage from May 2018 by Surly Bond @ 18/11/2018 10:54

For comparison: the 2002 drought The only droughts at Manilla in recent years to compare with the 2018 drought are those of 1994 and 2002. This is the contour chart for the 2002 drought. Extreme shortages did not exceed 12 months duration in that
Non-weather Photography
Jump to new posts Spring/Summer 2018-19 Non-weather Images by Steve777 @ 18/11/2018 10:18

It's still Spring, with Summer just a couple of weeks away. Here's a place to post images that aren't strictly about weather. I'll kick off with some Jacarandas in a quiet street on Sydney's North Shore, against the backdrop of a clear, blue sky:
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Jump to new posts Re: Word Association Game by Kino @ 18/11/2018 09:28

General Weather
Jump to new posts Re: Streamflow Observation by Seira @ 17/11/2018 18:47

Originally Posted By: SeiraOriginally Posted By: SeiraLooking forward to some rain before the end of the month. 500-1000 mb thickness looks likely to fall towards 540 dm (from ~ 576 dm) late Tuesday into Wednesday . The mean sea-level barometric p
Tropical and Central Australia
8 mm since my last post. Specifically recorded on the 13 th. Time to get out the drums... Anything to cause a disturbance^^^^^^^^^^ "in the atmosphere.
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