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NSW / ACT
Jump to new posts Re: NSW/ACT day to day weather by Kino @ 26 minutes 12 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Antarctic WhalerHigh Range somewhat borders the easternmost ranges of the Southern Tablelands from Wombeyan, thereby advantageous over Mount Gibraltar in terms of position. As soon as you climb from the Wollondilly River Stati
NSW / ACT
Jump to new posts Re: August 1998 Wollongong Floods by Kino @ 29 minutes 30 seconds ago

ozthunder - wasn't the '98 event the one that caused the landslip on Mt Keira?
Tasmania
Jump to new posts Re: What's happening in Tassie? by payshense @ 36 minutes 52 seconds ago

Hi all 46mm in the gauge this morning. Daily rainfall obs for the week Fri-Thur were 3mm, 33mm, 21mm, 35mm, 53mm, 24mm and 46mm respectively. 215mm for the week. 342mm MTD. August 2017 total rainfall was 369mm. Shouldnt have too much trouble be
SE QLD / NE NSW
Jump to new posts Re: SEQLD / NENSW Day to Day Weather - 2018 by Mad Elf #1.5 @ 56 minutes 43 seconds ago

Love your input Ken, EC on Windy showing up some moisture 5 to 10 days time, dreaming alright with how things are atm. Some massive windage near Tassie yesterday, 160km/h gust at Maatsuiker Is. Wow.
General Weather
Originally Posted By: EigerwandOriginally Posted By: pete28More summer ice in the Arctic these days too. Must be upsetting for the climate experts whose climate models were predicting an ice-free Arctic in 2008. At least the Polie Bears will be happ
General Science
Jump to new posts Re: Earthquakes by Mad Elf #1.5 @ Yesterday at 19:48

Aguanga in California is pretty busy atm, scoring lots around 50 microquakes below 1.5 last few hours. Something moving about?
Southern Western Australia
Jump to new posts Re: Perth and WA day to day weather by Seira @ Yesterday at 19:40

... A convoy of trucks is on its way from WA to regions in the East affected by drought or drought-like conditions, transporting supplies [hay by the looks]...good on them !
Victoria
No rain with the front ... just wind.
World
Jump to new posts Re: Mena, Arkansas Weather by Wet Snow @ Yesterday at 14:27

Hello Folks: Here's previous weeks' weather in Mena, Arkansas: DATE.......HIGH........LOW........RAIN Aug...5..89F/31.6C..68F/20C....--- ........6..92F/33.3C..68F/20C....--- ........7..92F/33.3C..67F/19.4C..--- ........8..81F/27.2C..67F/19.4C..0.10"
Tropical and Central Australia
Originally Posted By: cold@28It's actually misting "rain" at the moment, not enough to get wet. Ha ha that didn't last long...
Tropical and Central Australia
Jump to new posts Re: W.A Kimberley and Pilbara Dry Season - 2018 by desieboy @ Yesterday at 10:24

Probably the coolest dry season up here for awhile. Cool minimums this morning Broome 7.2 deg while Halls Creek got down to 2.4 and Fitzroy Crossing was 4.5 deg. So far this month Broome minimum is averaging 11.5deg while the average is 14.9. M
Alpine & Snow
Jump to new posts Re: 2018 Australian Snow Season by Eigerwand @ Yesterday at 07:51

Looks like another good week of snow for the Snowies with that strong front at the end of the week. I must say Ive been quite surprised by the season this year given the warm, dry conditions (some cold minima however) that have been going on for mu
South Australia
Jump to new posts SA - Showers 15~19 Aug 2018 by betsuin @ 14/08/2018 22:15

Looks like another round of on again off again showers the next few days - Friday evening looks a little promising:
Victoria
Jump to new posts Re: 2018/19 Fire Season Update and Discussion by samboz @ 14/08/2018 20:09

Burning well enough into the wind. Controlled down wind?
Victoria
Jump to new posts Re: Melbourne & Victoria day to day weather by Petros @ 14/08/2018 18:36

Another spring-like day here, calm/sunny morning, fresh mild WNW'ly breeze in arvo, 20C.
Victoria
Jump to new posts Re: Cold snap with showers/hail/snow/wind 5/8-10/8 by ThunderBob @ 13/08/2018 22:30

Originally Posted By: logansimeanwhile an 800ha bushfire is burning east of Orbost! Must be crazy dry other there Yes, Logansi, there's a real, deep, dryness. Long time to go until "normal" fire season ... but if there's not a significant change,
South Australia
Jump to new posts Re: SA - Significant cold fronts - 31 July to ? by parklife @ 13/08/2018 19:47

Originally Posted By: betsuinOriginally Posted By: parklifeSaturday was interesting for the 10 minutes of the intense hail shower. Driving on Glynburn Rd when it hit About what time was that? 12:10pm give or take 5 minutes.
Weather Photography
Jump to new posts Re: Winter 2018 by Mcbobbings @ 13/08/2018 16:45

These are some great photos Wild Wassa, keep em coming!
SE QLD / NE NSW
Been busy and haven't been in the forum for a while, finally starting to get a chance to look at some of the footage from last storm season. Hope to start getting some up in the near future, in the meantime just a short 24 second clip of tw
Tropical and Central Australia
Jump to new posts Re: Central Queensland Dry Season - 2018 by Vinnie @ 13/08/2018 09:53

Very dry cool air today . Yesterday 27 deg on the coast .
World
Jump to new posts Re: Northern Hemisphere Summer 2018 by Blair Trewin @ 12/08/2018 17:44

Focus of the Canadian heatwave today moved into Saskatchewan, with records including 42.3 at Moose Jaw (which seems to be the highest, at least of internationally reporting stations) and 41.3 at Regina.
South Australia
Grrrrrrr@Brrrrrrr TH
General Weather
Jump to new posts Re: Streamflow Observation by Seira @ 09/08/2018 20:07

Originally Posted By: SeiraThere have been some significant stream responses between about Oakbank, Lenswood, Charleston in the Adelaide Hills, as can be seen in the flow meter readings for those areas on the Bureau's website [and by direct observati
General Weather
Jump to new posts Re: Longest time without rain by Blair Trewin @ 09/08/2018 15:39

I'm not sure where, but wherever it was, someone was stretching the truth. (Sometimes 'no rain' is shorthand for 'no substantial rain'). As far as very long dry spells in coastal NSW are concerned, I suspect the 1946 winter in the north would provi
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