howdy tek, your up late.......git to bed.
yer i just picked up on this and printed it out to show the
guys at work, that's as full on as i've ever seem it but it's
still a week out and things can still change significantly.
an earlier run had EP getting the main smashing and us as
bugger all.(comparatively speaking)
i cant repeat on here what i said when i saw it but it sure
makes john codogan look tame.
regardles of how much rain we get it's pretty much foregone
that we're in for some nice juicy marrow boiling heat
followed by a serious, full on, hardcore, heavy duty
tropical onslaught with dp's pushing 20-22 south of adelaide
and 22-24 north. jeeze i'm foaming at the mouth just thinking
good ól TS'll think he's back in darwin.
just need to get a couple of more days closer for the gfs
high res to kick in properly, the best part is i finish work
at 12:30 today for 3½ weeks so this is all perfect timing
with pwat's of 60mm+ this is certainly going to be a rain
event and if the models hold up it will be one to go down
in the record books.
thunderstom paramaters either side of the main moisture
plume are looking like crap atm but it's still early days
on that. i think the best chance will be on the backside
when there will be gobs of low level residual moisture
ahead of the clearing cool change. more on that later.
whatever happens bring it on, at least it's not boring
mundane 25-30 fine and mild BS.
40 for sunday is awesome, looks like no webbers for most
people though, pork crackle will have to come out of the
oven. i think webbers are overrated anyway, i tried to cook
a webber once but it didn't turn out too good, the wheels
were ok the the rest was a bit chewy.