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#1500516 - 12/06/2019 16:48 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
Adaminaby Angler Offline
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Buggery, that's a lot of precipitation! shocked
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#1500521 - 12/06/2019 18:22 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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Bega today only missed out on the June record low max of 9.7 by 0.4C today. Quite amazing the little microclimate that occurred down there today

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#1500522 - 12/06/2019 18:34 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: ozthunder]
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Originally Posted By: ozthunder
Lovely display from the cirrus family in skies over Shellharbour at lunch time today. Some lovely fibrous stuff, some undulatus. Sorry did not have a camera to take an image.


Yes it was a very nice sight, I saw it at about 2pm. I only managed to get a phone pic but you still get the idea.


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#1500527 - 12/06/2019 19:31 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Snowmaker]
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Originally Posted By: Snowmaker
Bega today only missed out on the June record low max of 9.7 by 0.4C today. Quite amazing the little microclimate that occurred down there today

Doesn't matter anyway. Wind arrived there now its sitting at 14.4c.

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#1500531 - 12/06/2019 21:25 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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Left Bathurst this morning and drove down to Corowa with the mutts and kayak. Ended up camping about 10km down from Yarrawonga and set up the tarp and camp in the rain. Not as much as I anticipated, only 4.5mm in the nylex since roughly 3pm. On and off showers now, not a lot. Kicking back with a rum and watching the cricket on the laptop next to the fire. Life’s good camping on the Murray!

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#1500532 - 12/06/2019 21:52 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: alby_14]
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Originally Posted By: alby_14
Left Bathurst this morning and drove down to Corowa with the mutts and kayak. Ended up camping about 10km down from Yarrawonga and set up the tarp and camp in the rain. Not as much as I anticipated, only 4.5mm in the nylex since roughly 3pm. On and off showers now, not a lot. Kicking back with a rum and watching the cricket on the laptop next to the fire. Life’s good camping on the Murray!


Wow, that sounds fantastic Alby!!!

Can someone correct me if I'm wrong but this extended period of warmth in June seems rather unprecedented. Not so unusual for a few warm days, but this many?

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#1500533 - 12/06/2019 22:05 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Homer]
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Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: alby_14
Left Bathurst this morning and drove down to Corowa with the mutts and kayak. Ended up camping about 10km down from Yarrawonga and set up the tarp and camp in the rain. Not as much as I anticipated, only 4.5mm in the nylex since roughly 3pm. On and off showers now, not a lot. Kicking back with a rum and watching the cricket on the laptop next to the fire. Life’s good camping on the Murray!


Wow, that sounds fantastic Alby!!


It’s good soul food Homer. Loving listening to the rain on the tarp, laying on the swag and catching the odd monster Murray cray. Even better, the rain seems to have scared some off so I’ve the place to myself

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#1500534 - 12/06/2019 22:20 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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Still almost 20 at Bellambi, crazy weather.

Max of 17.5 at nearly 9pm in Bega shocked
Interestingly Merimbula in still in the inversion sitting on 9°C so its max of 13°C has held... so far.

Wish I was out camping like you Alby! And moreso, nothing better than having a beautiful spot all to yourself.


Edited by Wave Rider (12/06/2019 22:27)
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#1500536 - 12/06/2019 22:49 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: alby_14]
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Originally Posted By: alby_14
Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: alby_14
Left Bathurst this morning and drove down to Corowa with the mutts and kayak. Ended up camping about 10km down from Yarrawonga and set up the tarp and camp in the rain. Not as much as I anticipated, only 4.5mm in the nylex since roughly 3pm. On and off showers now, not a lot. Kicking back with a rum and watching the cricket on the laptop next to the fire. Life’s good camping on the Murray!


Wow, that sounds fantastic Alby!!


It’s good soul food Homer. Loving listening to the rain on the tarp, laying on the swag and catching the odd monster Murray cray. Even better, the rain seems to have scared some off so I’ve the place to myself



Wow. That sounds really cool actually. I'd love to do stuff like that!!!

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#1500537 - 12/06/2019 22:56 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Originally Posted By: Wave Rider
Still almost 20 at Bellambi, crazy weather.

Max of 17.5 at nearly 9pm in Bega shocked
Interestingly Merimbula in still in the inversion sitting on 9°C so its max of 13°C has held... so far.

Wish I was out camping like you Alby! And moreso, nothing better than having a beautiful spot all to yourself.


Yeh WR, those inversions today were quite unusual. Fog and high cloud facilitated it no doubt.
After you informed us of Bega's temps this morning, I kept an eye on it and they hung in there for a long time. Shame the infiltrating warmth couldn't stay away. I suppose it was never going to tbh.
It's these sorts of anomalies that we all observe that keeps us interested during even the most benign weather.

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#1500540 - 12/06/2019 23:04 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Wave Rider]
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Originally Posted By: Wave Rider
Originally Posted By: ozthunder
Lovely display from the cirrus family in skies over Shellharbour at lunch time today. Some lovely fibrous stuff, some undulatus. Sorry did not have a camera to take an image.


Yes it was a very nice sight, I saw it at about 2pm. I only managed to get a phone pic but you still get the idea.




Thanks for posting, beautiful.
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#1500541 - 12/06/2019 23:34 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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So he media is starting to talk up an East Coast low for monday

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#1500542 - 12/06/2019 23:55 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Homer]
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Originally Posted By: Homer
Originally Posted By: Wave Rider
Still almost 20 at Bellambi, crazy weather.

Max of 17.5 at nearly 9pm in Bega shocked
Interestingly Merimbula in still in the inversion sitting on 9°C so its max of 13°C has held... so far.

Wish I was out camping like you Alby! And moreso, nothing better than having a beautiful spot all to yourself.


It's these sorts of anomalies that we all observe that keeps us interested during even the most benign weather.


Thank you Michael.

Yeah Homer, you are spot on. And often if you look hard enough there's always something interesting happening somewhere.

And regarding your earlier question, I would say yes this is very unusual for June. If there was better mixing and less cloud, today could have seen some records in Sydney and surrounds I reckon.


Edited by Wave Rider (12/06/2019 23:56)
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#1500543 - 13/06/2019 07:13 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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Loc: Anglers Reach NSW; 1,290 m AMS...
Unusual? For the Coast, perhaps, but this "winter heatwave" is nothing new for us Southern Inland folk—the early 2000's saw much warmer readings in June down here—then again, the 1990's-2000's era was tremendously warm, so can't really expect to surpass it.
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#1500544 - 13/06/2019 07:17 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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The 9am reset is going to make a complete mockery of things today.

We really need to see the 1800 - 0900 records for June with regards to warm June minima records.

Too many to mention so I'll just use Obs Hill.

At 9am yesterday - 12.6
Lowest overnight - 18.1
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#1500545 - 13/06/2019 07:26 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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Yes, winter minimum records are actually quite weak because of the 9am reset. Usually there are at least 3-5 nights in winter that are north of 15c but the 9am reset kills them, sometimes a minima can be 8 or 9c from 9am but the actual minima at 9 was 19 or 20c. I guess it all balances out, because often times a cold maximum is wiped at the 9am reset.

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#1500547 - 13/06/2019 07:46 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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The thing with maxima and minima is that they apply to 24 hour periods with no gaps or overlaps. You need to reset some time and traditionally, 9:00 was a convenient time, when the local Postmaster started work.

There's a tongue of 'hot' air extending from the NW of the continent with 850 temps over Sydney around 12°, equivalent to about 21° at sea level (higher in dry air), more typical of Summer. Tonight, the remains of a cold front pass over the South of the State, dropping 850 temps over Sydney to about 7°, still a little warm for this time of year.

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#1500549 - 13/06/2019 08:13 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Seabreeze]
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True overnight min of 17.1°C at Bellambi though, since it was already much warmer than that at 9am yesterday. We probably don't get affected as much by 9am resets because we don't get stuck in a cold hole for half of the day like Sydney does.
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#1500550 - 13/06/2019 08:17 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: Adaminaby Angler]
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Originally Posted By: Adaminaby Angler
Unusual? For the Coast, perhaps, but this "winter heatwave" is nothing new for us Southern Inland folk—the early 2000's saw much warmer readings in June down here—then again, the 1990's-2000's era was tremendously warm, so can't really expect to surpass it.


I would be rather surprised if the period 1990 - 2000 saw warmer June readings than 2009-2019.

Feel free to post up any data comparing the two.

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#1500555 - 13/06/2019 09:39 Re: NSW Day to Day Weather - 2019 [Re: kizz]
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Originally Posted By: kizz
The 9am reset is going to make a complete mockery of things today.

We really need to see the 1800 - 0900 records for June with regards to warm June minima records.

Too many to mention so I'll just use Obs Hill.

At 9am yesterday - 12.6
Lowest overnight - 18.1


What do you suggest to replace it with? What about a daily averaged temp? Would smooth out the peaks and troughs and remove those "spikes".


Edited by Kino (13/06/2019 09:39)
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