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#1454718 - 26/02/2018 11:26 Re: Vic - arrival of remnant of TC Kelvin 23-25/2/18 [Re: Petros]
Alexia Offline
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Registered: 14/12/2002
Posts: 592
Loc: Corryong
12 mm for us just not in the right spot this time.16mm rain for February so far but usually our driest month.


Edited by Alexia (26/02/2018 11:29)

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#1454735 - 26/02/2018 12:52 Re: Vic - arrival of remnant of TC Kelvin 23-25/2/18 [Re: Petros]
samboz Offline
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Registered: 16/11/2014
Posts: 2021
Loc: Sale, Central Gippsland, S/E V...
17.5mm - very handy after a dry Feb to date.

14mm here for the month, 2mm since 0900 y'day.

Been unseasonably mild though, been OK to pick cooler
days to get things done outside.
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2018 RAINFALL. JAN-53.4MM FEB-14MM MARCH-18MM APRIL-7.5MM MAY-28MM JUN-11MM to 0900 18th

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#1454799 - 26/02/2018 17:42 Re: Vic - arrival of remnant of TC Kelvin 23-25/2/18 [Re: Petros]
doogasnow Offline
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Registered: 07/12/2014
Posts: 1266
Loc: traf/moe south 410m asl/west &...
Some very handy totals out east for
U guys👍

We received another mm late yesterday
With the arrival of some drizzly showers.

Very dry month up here by our standard
Sitting on 12mm and that's probably what
We will finish on id say.
The average for feb up here is 52mm

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#1454812 - 26/02/2018 18:42 Re: Vic - arrival of remnant of TC Kelvin 23-25/2/18 [Re: Petros]
Petros Offline
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Registered: 30/12/2002
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Loc: Maffra, Central Gippsland, Vi...
That easterly drizzle/showers persisted into the night and gave us 3mm rain to add to the 3.5mm we got with Sat arvo's thundery change.

After the 15mm we got last week, things have really greened up here despite it being last week of February.

Re Kelvin, looks like Tassie benefited most for SE Aus?

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#1455365 - 01/03/2018 23:29 Re: Vic - arrival of remnant of TC Kelvin 23-25/2/18 [Re: Petros]
aussiestormfreak Offline
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Registered: 02/02/2011
Posts: 6011
Loc: Melbourne (Belgrave); Corryong...
My first post since last week from here in Belgrave. I'm making a good recovery from my nose surgery, but I've been so busy with family commitments. poke

Wednesday February 21st 2018

Low: 14.2C High: 35.3C Rain: 0mm


Thursday February 22nd 2018

Low: 18.6C High: 37.7C Rain: 0mm


Friday February 23rd 2018

Low: 19.5C High: 35.1C Rain: TRACE


Saturday February 24th 2018

Low: 27.1C High: 30.7C Rain: TRACE


Sunday February 25th 2018

Low: 13.7C High: 22.1C Rain: TRACE


Monday February 26th 2018

Low: 13.1C High: 31.3C Rain: TRACE


Tuesday February 27th 2018

Low: 13.9C High: 37.2C Rain: 0mm


Wednesday February 28th 2018

Low: 21.3C High: 36.2C Rain: 0mm


Thursday March 1st 2018

Low: 14.3C High: 24.3C Rain: TRACE


A continuation of the relentlessly warm to hot, dry and at times windy conditions to wrap-up Summer 2017/2018, followed by cooler, but still dry weather to kick-start Autumn 2018.

The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Kelvin swept through from the WA Pilbara brought bursts of troughy weather conditions between February 21st and February 24th, followed by a brief cool-down on February 25th in the wake of a cold front. Only very light showers on the 22nd & 23rd; somewhat heavier showers with the risk of a thunderstorm occurred while I was down in Rowville and Wheelers Hill on February 24th, along with an ugly scud-fest once the cool change arrived. I also encountered a few more post-frontal light showers later that night when I went out to Melbourne Airport to pick up some relatives who were returning from Sydney.

Warm to hot, dry conditions resumed in the waning days of the summer.

I went down to Phillip Island with my family and friends (including Cape Woolamai, Cowes, the Nobbies Centre/Seal Rocks and the Penguin Parade) on February 27th. Thanks to hot, dry northerly winds, temperatures stayed 30-32C for the vast majority of the day, dropping to around 28C a couple of hours before sunset. While at the Penguin Parade at dusk, the mercury fell to around 24C with a cooling onshore breeze. And during the drive back home to Melbourne after dark it was still around 21C. smile

It was very windy on February 28th while I was in the City, with a cool change moving through around mid-afternoon; the bulk of the day was mostly sunny, but the late-afternoon and evening were mostly cloudy and we even managed a few light showers in the Boronia/Ferntree Gully area on the way home in the evening.

Today has been mostly cloudy but with lengthening sunny spells, cool southeasterly winds and a temperature spread of exactly 10 degrees. Perfect for a nice afternoon drive out to Emerald! smile

Currently around 13C.

As much as the conditions have been reasonable enough to go out and do things with my family, overall I am SICK, SICK, SICK to death of the lack of decent rainfall and storm activity throughout February 2018. The fact that the bushfire risk doesn't seem too high is not enough, considering how parched the grass is and the fact that many deciduous trees are starting to change their colours due to the excessively hot conditions!!!!! mad mad mad mad mad

Really hoping things become wetter and stormier as we move deeper into autumn. frown

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