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It’s just about our turn in Blueys. The strobe light show has shifted north. Very windy on approach, a rattling screen door is actually what woke...
They must be getting close to a record number of rain days for the month (any month?).
Coonabarabran has done well yet again
Any hail? It’s on our doorstep. Two cars one garage...
They don't seem to be as weird as the Norfolk Islanders at least, but definitely a bit of what I like to call 'Scotland Island Syndrome'
With nearly 200mm in three hours I’m not surprised
Did they finally bait the rats?
An interesting direction too as compared to the usual direction of big swells. It should light up all kinds of breaks
The BOM is conceding they have no idea about today with a range like that (and on the day-of no less)
Those to our north want a bit more.
The BOM is back, 30.6C the max at Obs Hill. It was muggy under the westerly which is unusual, perhaps because the inland is so soggy
Here is the BOM weekly rainfall bulletin which is currently up to 9am this morning. It neatly encapsulates the event, though it doesn't include...
It turns out a couple of gauges did crack the 400mm mark yesterday
Well under the bullseye on your map, Robertson had 397mm in the 24 hours to 9am, so it was on the money!
Incl 397mm since 9am yesterday. It’s got half an hour to crack the 400, maybe there’s enough mist around to get there
FB is constantly tossing up things in my feed that are a few days old (not just weather stuff, people wishing others happy birthday etc). Off...
I think this will back off in the next couple of hours and you might be ok. There may be pre-existing issues now with trains etc though
Wahroonga looks like the wettest spot in the Basin so far today with 168mm from 9am to 7pm. 151mm here
I reckon my rain gauge has missed a good chunk of this rain given it is coming in sideways. 72mm at Obs Hill seems low too
today is the day to give it a nudge