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Pretty sure they're a good thing.
That was nice.
I was out the back of the shed hanging off the chainsaw and the bloody thing snuck up behind me.
"I gotta say that squall line, if you can call it that, currently traversing WBB is one of the saddest I've seen for a while".
Ah well, at least...
I gotta say that squall line, if you can call it that, currently traversing WBB is one of the saddest I've seen for a while.
:) You mean, if it had been any better it would have been rubbish. Might have to rename our region to Wide Bay Badlands.
Totally, about as much structure as the Cowboys last season. At least it's heading your way, looks like it'll be on you soon.
Well, looks like it's one of those very special occasions, a storm on the eastern side of the Bruce HWY, unbelievable. I'm getting a Powerball...
Yeah, I kinda realised something was up just after lunch. I was standing out the back of the workshop looking up at the trees...
Agreed, I too have had a gut full. I am also over the "The chance of a thunderstorm during this afternoon and evening" only to receive...
110mm overnight. I was expecting a wet night, but not quite that much.
Looks like it's on it's way out now.
We're nudging the tonne.
Guesstimation for here would be 100mm/hr.
In an effort to continuously upgrade our weather speak, I've gotta say there's some serious starkregen at the moment.
Yeah, since they dicked around with it in the middle of last year it's never been the same.
Looks like the curtains have closed and we're in for a wet night here. East meets west and down it comes.
Couldn't agree more Ken. Obviously what we've had is great and there's the possibility of more, however here at Wolvi we're -310mm on a rolling...
It's not great, but the capsicum family are very resilient. There is already new flowering and the new fruit should hold, albeit with a cyclone...
Not wrong there. I've lost truckloads of capsicums and chillies which could not handle the transition form epic dry to epic wet.
15mm from last nights bizarre total collapse then miraculous rebuild, absolutely extraordinary. Well worth a watch on the Gympie radar, starting...
Nice pics PB. The clouds in the last image look like they're from an old oil painting, LOL.