had the aircon going home, when i stepped out of the
vehicle it was like stepping into a sauna with RH
in the high 80s and 24°
checking radar archive reynella got bugger all, concrete
was still dry under the trees, TS and i were on the top edge
of the southern cell that went all the way to cape jarvis,
aldinga copped the best core, that green cell to the north
that we could see was the gawler cell and was hard core,
prolly be something on the news about that one tonight.
At least we are not getting Mt Gambier's and the LSE/Southern Vic's subarctic wankfest, no storms with bloody ridiculous cold.
as far as heat and southerlies go so you damnwell
shouldn't being several hundred Ks north and further
inland, you may as well draw your comparason to tasmania,
the difference is much greater there.
BTW, the lower southeast which runs from about
bordertown/keith down did a lot better for storms than
Puddles, how much rain did you get in that first pass of the
storm around 9:00pm?