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The Macalister is up north of Lake Glenmaggie, and just on minor flood level downstream.
Totals were marginal except at the very top of the...
It's weird to be out in it as well, what looks heavy on radar is more like windblown mist.
Satellite images suggest the low is just West of King Island and moving southwards
Without Bairnsdale radar, they will be pretty much invisible on the coastal side of the ranges. Speaking from experience, particularly on the...
Interesting, wouldn't have picked that from the temperatures.
Down to 30cm. Surprised it was that much, considering the snow-eating conditions currently.
There's too much shear, particularly in the Southeast quadrant.
Coldstream has a 16.4 dew point at 1.30am, which is higher than yesterday's maximum temperature. The amount of humidity dragged into this system...
Looking at the satellite, low is starting to wind up, however most of the cloudband is being blown out into the tasman sea.
Steady drizzle since about mid day, feels like yesterday. 2mm so far.
Could get wild from 20.00 onwards.
Low still in South Australia.
Almost the whole day deep in fog, with drizzle coming and going.[ATTACH]
Came through with a blast out of a still area of convergence, hit the tops of the trees a few seconds earlier. 27°C to 17°C as though somebody...
Rapidly descending cumulus, no rumbles yet.[ATTACH]
Hiking boots for the backcountry now, I expect the next measurement at Spencers Creek to be Zero.
Strong heating and high dew point, convective activity starting to fire up from the North.
[ATTACH] GFS 00Z still keen on storms tomorrow, BOM's meteye not having a bar of it.
Getting bullets of wind in the Northeast Suburbs
Sunday looks interesting though
GFS CAPE values for this afternoon.[ATTACH]I don't expect it will be too wild out there