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#1413940 - 21/03/2017 16:44 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
Rhys. Offline
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Will the rain be coming back? It's rained all day until I finish work lol ofcourse
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#1413945 - 21/03/2017 16:58 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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It sort of stopped here in Yeppoon around midday. Supposed to start again tomorrow I think. Not sure.

I notice how quick things are growing yesterday evening. A golden cane just had the green stick like thing sticking upwards just 2 days prior and now it is starting to open up. Garden looks amazing.Even though I kept it watered with the sand spear water and it stayed alive , rain just makes everything look much better .


Edited by Vinnie (21/03/2017 16:59)
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#1413966 - 21/03/2017 17:55 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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A bit deceiving looking at current radar showing everything dying off when the forecast for rest of today is heavy rain and tomorrow Bom has Gladstone at 95% chance of 30-80mm? That upper trough moving across from west must be going to intensify things rather quickly it seems.

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#1413967 - 21/03/2017 17:59 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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I just hope it goes further inland then it currently has.

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#1414009 - 21/03/2017 19:49 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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I just noticed a bar thing next to the BOM forecast, it looks new .

Looks like Saturday the tap will turn off here and sky will clear.
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#1414018 - 21/03/2017 20:33 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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That bar thing has been there for quite some time .

Pouring here at the moment.
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#1414047 - 21/03/2017 21:38 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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Nothing here in Yeppoon. Radar looks good .


Edited by Vinnie (21/03/2017 21:40)
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#1414079 - 21/03/2017 23:51 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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#1414087 - 22/03/2017 01:29 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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It is piddling down. This will top off the dams.

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#1414095 - 22/03/2017 06:58 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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Looks like rain all day, be very surprised if anyone misses out today.

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#1414107 - 22/03/2017 08:39 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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84mm since yesterday morning so far

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#1414112 - 22/03/2017 09:02 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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33ml and a frog for me overnight.

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#1414122 - 22/03/2017 09:36 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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58mm yesterday morning and 92mm this morning

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#1414146 - 22/03/2017 10:49 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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I've lived here 5 years is it normal to have not much rain for weeks and weeks and then dump it all at once ?

Happened this year and last year so far it seems.

Has there been years when you get it more evenly distributed with fine days in between eg 50mm then 6 days gap then 30 mm etc .

I guess this is Qld so expect big totals.



Edited by Vinnie (22/03/2017 10:49)
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#1414154 - 22/03/2017 11:18 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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No large falls here, really just constant drizzle. With the direction it is coming from, it runs out of puff before it gets to us.

Seems to be contracting south now.

It is a real pity it is not moving inland where people are desperate for rain.

Need a cyclone.


Edited by RC (22/03/2017 11:22)

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#1414158 - 22/03/2017 11:35 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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So coastal troughs don't affect Rockhampton much?
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#1414162 - 22/03/2017 11:51 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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Loc: North Rockhampton, QLD
RC is south of Rocky and fuerther from the coast

since midnight ive recorded 70mm
24 hours yesterday 52.1mm
day before 40.4mm
which makes a total of 162.5mm so far
rockhampton does get affected by these troughs, its more the direction N/Ne'ly of the rain which is why RC isnt getting as much cause it isnt as heavy once it has moved as far inland as he is
hope it changes for you though RC
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Frenchville, North Rockhampton
Total to this day 2016 - 501.0mm (39 days)
Total to this day 2017 - 142.4mm (25 days)

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#1414163 - 22/03/2017 11:53 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
Rhys. Offline
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Registered: 10/02/2008
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Loc: North Rockhampton, QLD
i just realised i have had more in the last 3 days than i had had for the 2 1/2 months of the year before this event

everything is just green as now, its lovely smile
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Frenchville, North Rockhampton
Total to this day 2016 - 501.0mm (39 days)
Total to this day 2017 - 142.4mm (25 days)

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#1414165 - 22/03/2017 11:58 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: RC]
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Loc: Between Bundy and Gladstone
Originally Posted By: RC
No large falls here, really just constant drizzle. With the direction it is coming from, it runs out of puff before it gets to us.

Seems to be contracting south now.

It is a real pity it is not moving inland where people are desperate for rain.

Need a cyclone.


Hope you get some good stuff soon. I have not got enough so wish I could give you what we are now getting. I know how sad making it is to need it and see it elsewhere.

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#1414168 - 22/03/2017 12:12 Re: Central Queensland Wet Season - March 2017 [Re: Vinnie]
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We have had heaps here Bundybear. More then you have, although very little run off rain to fill dams. I was more talking about people in the Callide Valley. Some of them are in a very bad way.

We had 30mm last night, about 25 or so the day before.

We get more rain when it comes in from an easterly direction. Rockhampton misses out then as the Mt Archer area blocks it.

In saying that just 5km from here it missed out on everything this summer and only now has started getting rain.

Topography has a lot to do with it all.

This spring/summer and last year was strange with the lack of widespread frontal systems creating widespread falls. We got heaps of narrow storms that eventually criss crossed enough that most people got something, but some missed out entirely.

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