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#1424842 - 31/05/2017 14:13 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Yes indeed nothing like a bike to chill you to the bone smile

I understand the drive to Jindy situation well.

I loved living at Adaminaby for a year, I could happily live there full time. smile

The variation from there to Canberra and back was often huge smile

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#1424843 - 31/05/2017 14:20 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
Donzah Offline
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Loc: Woonona NSW and JIndabyne NSW
Funny i'm often in boardies in Jindy in winter
At 8 degrees or so and full sun.
As long as there is no wind. Its fine.

I was chilled today. I haven't felt that cold for a long time.
Sweat on top half. A inactive top half.
Cold and clammy.

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#1424844 - 31/05/2017 14:41 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Sounds like an interesting trip Donzah, must admit I reckon that trip out of Cooma as you come over the crest and the alps appear is just one of the best views driving, mind you there are plenty others too!!
Not sure you want my skills though, I'm a jack of all trades and a master of none!! grin

Temp is like a yoyo here today.
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#1424845 - 31/05/2017 14:51 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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I agree, that part going out of Cooma near the Airport has very nice views and there's the big Granite tors sticking out of the ground which are cool too. The alternative route to the Snowies (Selwyn) between Tumut and Talbingo also has breathtaking views over Blowering Dam.
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Jan- 24th
Feb- 11th, 12th, 17th, 18th(2)
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Apr- 9th, 26th
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#1424848 - 31/05/2017 15:13 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Registered: 16/04/2008
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Range of -5.7 to 8.0 today. Would not be out of place in July.

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#1424849 - 31/05/2017 15:20 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Loc: Lane Cove, Sydney, NSW
Brass monkeys with a stiff southerly on the roof of our building in LC! Trusty old Bob still diligently reporting current conditions back to home base though. Poor Bob.


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#1424852 - 31/05/2017 16:22 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Good all round wintery day. No h2o but thatz ok at work. Keeps the productivity up. The cloud is just about all off the coast now and will make for a chilly one tonight in the wind. Felt damn good to have a beanie on under my safety helmet today. Throw in the muffs I wear and I was comfy for a change. Hopefully more to come next week after this next run of coldish but uninteresting weather
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#1424854 - 31/05/2017 16:52 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Miserable day, got to 17C but felt colder for most of the day.
Some cloud and little sun, but minimal precipitation, reminded me of weather we usually get late next month. (which is only a day away now).

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#1424855 - 31/05/2017 16:55 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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In the blink of an eye as I set out for a stroll the offshore cloud leapt ashore and some very cold drops fell. Not much. But it looks like more to follow. Retreated back in side. Very dark clouds
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#1424856 - 31/05/2017 17:13 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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That was cold out there whilst trying to take photos of the sunset.
Some strong gusty winds currently with this little cell that just hit.
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#1424857 - 31/05/2017 17:16 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: EddyG]
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Originally Posted By: EddyG
That was cold out there whilst trying to take photos of the sunset.

Are you teasing DaveM again with your photos?

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#1424858 - 31/05/2017 17:20 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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It's clear overhead and to the West with a bright crescent Moon and a light to moderate and chilly wind. There's a heavy bank of cloud to the East. Today peaked close to 16 across most of Sydney.

It would be a cold night if it stayed clear, but the satellite shows the cloud moving up from the South, just off the coast. I think that some of that cloud will move over us this evening, keeping it a bit warmer.


Edited by Steve777 (31/05/2017 17:24)

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#1424859 - 31/05/2017 17:28 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Homer]
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Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: EddyG
That was cold out there whilst trying to take photos of the sunset.

Are you teasing DaveM again with your photos?


I wouldn't dare!! poke Plus I'm not sure these will be up to his standards? grin

I'm thinking it a nice night for a glass of Pinot Noir or two after a few beers of course!!
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#1424860 - 31/05/2017 17:30 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: EddyG]
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Originally Posted By: EddyG
Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: EddyG
That was cold out there whilst trying to take photos of the sunset.

Are you teasing DaveM again with your photos?


I wouldn't dare!! poke Plus I'm not sure these will be up to his standards? grin

I'm thinking it a nice night for a glass of Pinot Noir or two after a few beers of course!!



And some State of Origin!!
Go Blues!!

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#1424861 - 31/05/2017 17:31 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Homer]
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Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: EddyG
Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: EddyG
That was cold out there whilst trying to take photos of the sunset.

Are you teasing DaveM again with your photos?


I wouldn't dare!! poke Plus I'm not sure these will be up to his standards? grin

I'm thinking it a nice night for a glass of Pinot Noir or two after a few beers of course!!



And some State of Origin!!
Go Blues!!


Absolutely.
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#1424866 - 31/05/2017 18:55 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Currently 8.6 degrees outside.

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#1424869 - 31/05/2017 19:29 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
EddyG Offline
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Some real good short sharp showers flying through atm, there not amounting to much, so far 3.6mm and currently the temp is sitting at 9.9c
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#1424873 - 31/05/2017 20:14 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Looks like we have a period of coolish, stable weather coming up, with some coastal cloud and maybe the odd shower near the beach.

After that, Access and GFS see very different weather futures. Access has a strong cold front brewing SW of Tasmania early next week and sweeping up across Eastern NSW during Tuesday and spawning a Tasman low that drifts away to the NE.

GFS, from a similar starting point on the weekend, spins up a cut-off low South of the Eyre Peninsula early Tuesday, with a large cold pool. The low and the pool drift over the South East of the continent, bringing inland rain. Then it looks a bit like the process repeats.

EC seems to be closer to GFS than Access. The 7 day forecast looks to be consistent with GFS.


Edited by Steve777 (31/05/2017 20:16)
Edit Reason: Corrected autocorrect

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#1424888 - 31/05/2017 21:42 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Ended up being a beautiful day with mostly sunshine. The late afternoon was positively cold and sunny with a very chilly breeze. But it really did feel lovely. Made me feel alive!!

PS: NSW are smashing it!!


Edited by Wave Rider (31/05/2017 21:51)
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Oct- 21st
Nov- 9th, 28th
Jan- 24th
Feb- 11th, 12th, 17th, 18th(2)
Mar- 13th, 16th, 22nd
Apr- 9th, 26th
May- 24th

The longer you wait for things, the more you appreciate them.

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#1424891 - 31/05/2017 21:59 Re: NSW: Cold Front and then Secondary Front and Cold Pool, 28th May to 1st June, 2017 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Its absolutely throwing it down here, up to 10.3mm and 9.2c
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