WITH A WHAKING LONG EXTENSION LEAD, OR POWER UP THE CABLES..I observe I'm already bored of fixed live cams after just half a season and... wait for it cos this is a REALLY good idea... there should be a cam mounted on a chairlift chair that goes up and down all day.
YOU KNOW THIS MAKES SENSE, PEOPLE!
Mount William temp dropping since remaining steady throughout today. Cooler air and precip moving through the alps in the next 5-6 hours IMO.
Micro Convergence where it counts.Anyone else notice the static nature of the temps today, despite the winds:
Smells like a system that lacks frontal activity with good moisture feed.
- Buller has been within +-0.2C for the last 8 hours
- Buller had 17km/h winds with a 61km/h gust @7:30pm
- Perisher hasn't dipped below -1C all day, yet snowing like no ones bizzo @ +0.3C now
- Perisher 19km/h wind with 61km/h gust @7:40pm
Damaging winds and flooding threaten South Australia
Ben Domensino, Wednesday August 16, 2017 - 21:12 EST It's going to be a windy 24 hours in South Australia as the second cold front of the week crosses the state's south.
A severe weather warning was issued on Wednesday for damaging winds in southern districts to the east of the Lower Eyre Peninsula, including Adelaide. Winds gusts may reach 90km/h in the warning area overnight, mainly with showers and thunderstorm activity.
After a turbulent night riddled with showers and storms, South Australia will be buffeted by brisk westerly winds and showers in the wake of the front on Thursday.
Damaging winds are again possible during Thursday, most likely in southern districts along exposed coasts, ranges and peninsulas.
A flood watch also remains in place for the Mount Lofty Ranges District, where minor flooding may cut off some roads on Thursday.
Conditions will ease on Friday as a high pressure system moves over the state from the west.