Monday, November 15, 2010

Talking about the weather ....

Here I was, yesterday, lauding over how lovely the spring weather was down here.

Then .......... A bloody great, big, low pressure trougth moves in over us!

" ....Southern Tablelands District Forecast
Issued at 5:42 am EDT on Monday 15 November 2010
for the period until midnight EDT Thursday 18 November 2010.

Warning Summary at issue time
Flood Watch for the Murray River Downstream of Hume Dam and Castlereagh River.

Weather Situation
A high near New Zealand extends a ridge to southeastern Queensland and a low pressure trough lies across western and southern New South Wales. The trough will move to the northeast during Monday as another slow-moving high moves southwest of Australia extending a ridge across the southwest of the state.

Forecast for the rest of Monday
Cloudy. Scattered showers. Winds northeast to northwesterly averaging 10 to 20 km/h becoming light later in the evening. Temperatures in the low 20s during the day.
Goulburn: Few showers.Max22 Yass: Shower or two.Max23 Canberra: Few showers.Max22

Fire Danger Southern Ranges: Low to Moderate [0-11] Australian Capital Territory: Low to Moderate [0-11]. ..."

We've collected 25mm of rain from 8am yesterday to 8am today!


Sharon said...

Ahh, John, you have the same type of weather we have, if you don't like it one day, it will change the next! Flooding,eh? Sorry about that!

Gill - That British Woman said...

moral of this story.....keep your mouth shut!!! LOL

Gill in Canada

Jabacue said...

Sounds like our Maritime weather here in Nova Scotia. Never know what's coming and trying to be prepared for anything.