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#1464722 - 01/06/2018 00:18 Just how dry can it get?
MGD Offline
Cloud Gazer

Registered: 13/06/2017
Posts: 6
Loc: Heathfield SA
Dismal outlook from the BOM for SE Australia including SA for winter. This is absolutely incredible after such a dry hot start to the year. Adelaide is sitting around 50% of average rainfall to the end of May and a whopping 85mm below average already. Had it not been for a rather freakish isolated rain event in Mid May it would even be worse. Last June was absolutely appalling and it appears it may repeat again. How is all this happening with no EL-NINO and no IOD trend? Total madness. I hope something changes or they are wrong!!

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#1464756 - 01/06/2018 12:05 Re: Just how dry can it get? [Re: MGD]
Bergasms Offline
Weather Freak

Registered: 04/08/2010
Posts: 354
Loc: South Plympton, Adelaide, Aus
I remember hearing a talk at the Mt Gambier weather station the bOM has near the airport almost a decade ago. The fella there said the observations had been that everything is shifting further south, with most of the rain bands that used to intersect with the southern part of our state now falling in the ocean.

So.. have a look at what exists a couple hundred k's north, that's what we will be getting more of as time progresses.
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I wish Mt Lofty was more lofty, another 2km or so would suffice.

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#1464814 - 01/06/2018 23:17 Re: Just how dry can it get? [Re: MGD]
teckert Offline
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Registered: 27/05/2001
Posts: 17567
Loc: NE suburbs, Adelaide, South Au...
Originally Posted By: MGD
I hope something changes or they are wrong!!

They are wrong.

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