den: (SCIENCE!)
My weather station tells me it hit 100F at 3pm. It was a bit hot in the factory today, under that tin roof.
den: (Mad Science)
It's been quite a while since we've seen storms like this.

Mmmmm rainy smells.
den: (Mad Science)
I can hear the near-subsonic rumble of thunder in the distance. BOM has issued a severe storm warning for the north of the state so I'll see the edge of that here.

The Lightning Tracker says:
den: (happy den)
No snow. It rained last night instead; an icy, prickly fall that had been frozen until just a few hundred metres above. This morning is a lot warmer too. 2C right now, as opposed to -3C this time yesterday. It might get right up to 8C later.
den: (bastard)
It's interesting how a little bit of cool weather causes a rather tired car battery to totally fail. Thank heavens for cheap booster packs.

The weather men are predicting snow falls tomorrow.

Snow falls.

In Dubbo.

Okay. This will be interesting.
den: (Beer)
officially it's 38.5C, but that's at the airport. My outside thermometre says it's 40.5C now.
den: (Default)
Cyclone Glenda is hovering between categorys 4 and 5. It'll hit Exmouth and Karratha tonight. It's a bit late in the season to have two big storms like this, but it's not rare.
den: (Default)
Looks like Larry has had it. The cyclone* has already been downgraded to category 2 and tomorrow will be a tropical depression.

*Cyclone = southern hemisphere hurricane, in case you're wondering.
den: (bugger)
Cyclone Larry (cat.5, 290kph winds) is battering Innisfail and Cairns right now. The eye passed ove Innisfail ay 8.30 (7.30 EST) Good luck up there.


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