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#577498 - 31/01/2009 14:12 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
ColdFront Offline
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Registered: 29/06/2008
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Loc: Burnett Heads
I ain't so sure that it is moving sth YET. Winds are from the east here at the moment and sat loops don't support it either.
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#577499 - 31/01/2009 14:38 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
croc crew Offline
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Registered: 17/11/2007
Posts: 187
Loc: Maningrida, Arnhem Land, NT
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Originally posted by ColdFront:
Google image shack Croc and download the program. It's free. Then I will try to help you get it sorted out through pm's.
Thanks CF, got image shack up and running.
Here are a few pics from the road through Tully yesterday afternoon.





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#577500 - 31/01/2009 15:14 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
DJC Offline
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Registered: 22/10/2007
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Loc: Townsville, Condon. 621mm PMR,...
Not even meant to be a Cairns event and yet more rain is falling up there than down here. Typical. :rolleyes:

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#577501 - 31/01/2009 15:21 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
ColdFront Offline
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Loc: Burnett Heads
Looking at the four day charts Dylan you could be in for a very wet week. Though that could change in an hour.
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#577502 - 31/01/2009 15:22 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 23/12/2005
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Loc: Stratford, Cairns
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Originally posted by Dylanweather:
Not even meant to be a Cairns event and yet more rain is falling up there than down here. Typical. :rolleyes:
Hey DW. If the latest 4 day chart turns out, then i would suspect you guys will be getting some decent falls down the coast over the next 24-48hrs if the low crosses the coast as the BoM now expect
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#577503 - 31/01/2009 15:22 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 22/10/2007
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Loc: Townsville, Condon. 621mm PMR,...
Yeah, who knows. It could be heaps or nothin.

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#577504 - 31/01/2009 15:24 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
ColdFront Offline
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Loc: Burnett Heads
Good rain here at the moment. It's a white out over towards Bayview Heights.
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#577505 - 31/01/2009 15:25 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 08/01/2008
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Loc: Mackay, Qld
Bulgan Ck ended up with 1647mm for January eek
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#577506 - 31/01/2009 16:29 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 24/01/2009
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Loc: Cairns
The rain is extending on to the tablelands, so it it picks up then we might see a flood warning for the Barron. Given the position of the low and the fact that most of the convection is on the eastern flank, I would expect heavy rain tonight through the Barron, Mugrave, Russell and Johnstone catchments.
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#577507 - 31/01/2009 16:31 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
ColdFront Offline
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It's been very dark here today. It actually feels like it's around 6.30pm looking outside. Steady soaking rain at the moment.
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#577508 - 31/01/2009 16:40 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 03/12/2003
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Loc: QLD
Wonderful to finally be involved in a rain event LOL have been feeling rather left out recently LOL!

Welcome Croc.

Cheers

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#577509 - 31/01/2009 16:41 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 16/11/2007
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Loc: Mission Beach
How much rain have you guys in Cairns had today?

So far since 9am this morning we've had only 43mm.
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#577510 - 31/01/2009 16:43 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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32mm since 9.00am here RG. 80mm since last night. I think the bigger falls may come again tonight.

It has been quiet on the tableland of late Storm.
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#577511 - 31/01/2009 16:55 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
ColdFront Offline
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I can hear the occassional rumble of thunder now.
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#577512 - 31/01/2009 16:55 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 14/11/2001
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Loc: Cairns - Upper Bentley Park
This weather reminds me of when i was a kid and it would rain all day while in school and come out to teaming rain. Only it wouldn't be as lite as this with the odd super heavy thrown in. I can remember several times mum or dad would be waiting in the car outside school with water half way up the tyre only to then be told there is a cyclone near by....ahhh memories of growing up in the north.
They were misty water-colored memories, of the way we were!.

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#577513 - 31/01/2009 17:12 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 21/10/2008
Posts: 380
Loc: Vincent, Townsville
Oh Pacman, I hear you. Though with adult responsibilities a pain in the a,se. Pis..ng dow here and creeks roaring. Only takes a pe. on the side of the rd to bring everything up again. Only dif is the height bridge over the Johnstone. Went over the Sivyer( towards Boogan) this morning. Logs piled up but bridge clear. Thought I may be going up the tableland to find a track back to Mena Ck .

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#577514 - 31/01/2009 17:17 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Loc: Cairns - Upper Bentley Park
LOL Moldy, do you trek through Silkwood/Japoonvale to get back to Mena ck?. This morning i heard from uncle no 2 on the phone in Japoonvale and his creek was over the bridge on the Silk/Jap rd.

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#577515 - 31/01/2009 17:20 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Loc: Burnett Heads
Getting heavy again here .Still distant thunder too.
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#577516 - 31/01/2009 17:36 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 21/10/2008
Posts: 380
Loc: Vincent, Townsville
Pacman, I had a look at the Schoolat Silkwood and it was lapping with logs so decide to go back up the hiway to try the Johnstone as figured Japoonvale over.(Goes up and down quickly but one needs to be patient waiting and then a big shower comes over and all is lost.....and one mutters.. "bugger" as the pebbles one has placed on the waters edge gets rapidly washed away) ) and one can clock up many K's looking for a clear bridge in these parts. I have a car lighter fitting water boiler so I can consume many cups of coffeee (see, too many already) looking for a clear bridge. But it is so much fun@!!!!!

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#577517 - 31/01/2009 17:41 Re: Far North Qld Wet Season 2008/09 Cardwell Northwards - January 2009
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Registered: 21/10/2008
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Loc: Vincent, Townsville
I fertilised my fruit trees the night before frown , (and scared a poor python when I stepped on him) I think he was pleased to be out of running water so he accepted my apologees, so I also apologise for contributing to over nitrogenising the barrier reef because thats where it will have ended up!! Have I already said hail to Merlot. The saviour of the flood bound?: :evillaugh:

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