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Offline 28degrees  
#781 Posted : Tuesday, 21 May 2024 5:55:29 PM(UTC)
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LOL...don't think I'll need to mow again for a while.

Monday morning was 17.5degrees, no wonder I froze during the night. Last night I put a blanket over the doona. Might need a hot water bottle tonight. BigGrin Thank gawd for merino clothing and ugg boots.
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#782 Posted : Wednesday, 22 May 2024 5:49:50 PM(UTC)
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1mm in the last 5 days. It's just starting to get that showery look again. It got down to 18.5°C here 28. Very cool.

I saw a boat coming into the Yorkeys Knob boat ramp the other day, a good 20+ Knots blowing, he looked very relieved to be back as well. He was the only boat out.

It looks like our carport is finally set to happen. All the parts arrived on a truck yesterday. Fingers crossed.

MAY: 87mm
YTD: 2456mm

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#783 Posted : Wednesday, 22 May 2024 6:51:28 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Sheridan Mist Go to Quoted Post
It got down to 18.5°C here 28.


Same temperature here. Overcast morning, sunny afternoon. Beautiful moonrise this evening.

Getting a bit chilly now heading for 7pm.
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#784 Posted : Friday, 24 May 2024 9:06:59 AM(UTC)
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WZ forecast for Cairns of 1-5mm days looking good so far, 4mm in the gauge the last 2 days. Nice cool 23°C at 6 this morning.
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#785 Posted : Friday, 24 May 2024 10:43:22 AM(UTC)
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25mm the past 2 days but at least its warmed up a bit at night...looks like more of the samwe for at least another week..

The good news is that the 10 day charts show the highs starting to move east a bit later in a weeks time which hopefully starts to indicate that typical winter pattern of highs moving eastward with a bit of a trough in between giving a bit of a break in the wind and showers between the highs....its when the highs remain stationary that causes these endless wind and showers driving us all nuts...I certainly hope this turns out to be the case.

It doesnt look too bad in Cairns in the week ahead SM...they might even get a decent crack at erecting your carport mate...even if they have to use the old trick of putting the screwgun in a plastic bag when doing the roof..LOL

BTW, some of the footage of the crazy tornado season in the USA mid-west is just increbible...

https://fb.watch/sfTqAA7vIi/

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#786 Posted : Friday, 24 May 2024 3:43:05 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Scott

I can watch those things all day and all night. Mesmerising.

Did you see the vehicle these guys have built to go chasing in?
https://www.youtube.com/@ReedTimmerWx

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#787 Posted : Saturday, 25 May 2024 11:37:51 PM(UTC)
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2.5mm here ..quite a nice day today actually..just s few light showers..

Yeah 28 I find tornados just facinating too...

with such unpredictibility meaning they although conditions conducive to tornado formation(supercell thunderstorms) can be forecast actual tornados cant really be predicted more then 10 minutes out...and of course the path is also very unpredictable.....that must just make them absolutely terrifying for the people in those areas..

Yeah that crazy vehicle cost him more then a million bucks to build I heard...i hope he has good insurance..BigGrin
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#788 Posted : Sunday, 26 May 2024 6:54:26 AM(UTC)
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It just keeps falling up here now only 6mm off 4m YTD after another wet night with 15mm in the gauge this morning ...

Followed Reed for a number of years, His enthusiasm for getting into a twister is catchy, That feeling of being poo scared at the same
time as being totally invincible and adrenaline pumping through your veins must be something else.. A morbid type of fascination with
something so dangerous.
Good to see the renewable energy will be up for renewal :) :) :)


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