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Offline CantSpellNarangba  
#201 Posted : Saturday, 7 March 2020 12:18:56 PM(UTC)
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My goodness. Nature sure does recover quickly. Great to hear.
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#202 Posted : Sunday, 8 March 2020 9:18:11 PM(UTC)
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Hi Ambient and CSN.

Great comparison shots. Amazing transformation. It does that here every year. Sometimes the green is so vivid it almost hurts your eyes.

When WZ closed I followed a couple forums, but they were fairly quiet & didn't work very well on my phone. I was away for a month, with little time before & after, but time now. So I'm hoping if just a few of us can get comfortable here, more people might join us, and we might be able to build it up over time.

Frustrating this evening watching the radar, and seeing back skies & a wall of water to the east, and not getting any of it. Guess the Featherbed Range is a great inhibitor.

Looking forward to next week.

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#203 Posted : Monday, 9 March 2020 9:15:52 AM(UTC)
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Nice drop of rain overnight - 23.6 mm in the gauge up to 9 am & still falling steadily with another 3 mm since then. Quite cool as well - 16.3 degrees at 10 am.

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2020 YTD Rainfall - 305.2 mm
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#204 Posted : Monday, 9 March 2020 9:19:16 AM(UTC)
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So good to see the green grass and the stunning waterfall image Ambient. After seeing your dust videos and how dry it was, that is an amazing turn around.
Fingers crossed for some nice steady and soaking rain to start off autumn. ThumpUp
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#205 Posted : Monday, 9 March 2020 9:25:43 AM(UTC)
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Hi Ambient and CSN.

Great comparison shots. Amazing transformation. It does that here every year. Sometimes the green is so vivid it almost hurts your eyes.

When WZ closed I followed a couple forums, but they were fairly quiet & didn't work very well on my phone. I was away for a month, with little time before & after, but time now. So I'm hoping if just a few of us can get comfortable here, more people might join us, and we might be able to build it up over time.

Frustrating this evening watching the radar, and seeing back skies & a wall of water to the east, and not getting any of it. Guess the Featherbed Range is a great inhibitor.

Looking forward to next week.


Hi 28Degrees!

I agree with the forums. I find it strange trying to chat about tropical weather systems on a winter sports forum and I got my head bitten off on there when I made one suggestion and everyone else then piled in! Confused We did get a small following on here, but then the weather turned very boring and people drifted off. Hopefully some weather events will help a bit.
Enjoy the rain up there later on this week!
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#206 Posted : Friday, 13 March 2020 9:09:03 AM(UTC)
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First single digit overnight temp for the year this morning of 9.3 degrees. Looking forward to cooler months ahead!
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#207 Posted : Friday, 13 March 2020 10:06:33 AM(UTC)
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Nowhere near that up here yet, but today has the feel of a southern autumn day.
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#208 Posted : Thursday, 26 March 2020 8:45:35 AM(UTC)
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Nice drop of rain from late yesterday. 27.6 mm in the gauge to 9 am taking the year total to 305.2 mm, twice the amount from last year & well above the long term average.
So far for the first 3 months we are on par with the wettest year on record (1950 - 315 mm for first 3 months).

Local water supply is sitting at 4.03% (19 gigaliters)

More showers & storms predicted today with between 8 & 20 mm expected. BigGrin
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