Similar here in GBrook.30mm so far for Springwood
Barely budged - up 6 cm - now back to 4cm -but it takes a few days to flow in from Goulburn:Solid totals across the upper catchments in central NSW. Going to be some full storages. With widespread 25mm+ across upper Warragamba catchment i wouldn't be surprised if it goes over again? Its 1m below spillway. No warnings out.
That's a bomb.So is at a bomb? Once the TV news gets onto it. ..... Checking BoM chart for 10 am today the central pressure is 1003 hPa. 24 hours earlier at the same coordinates it was 1012. So a fall of just 9 hPa- a tom thumb at best--- so far. BoM prog is to go to 995 so only -17 in 48 hrs
Great link! NE K-Town Cam (looks like the Heavy Vehicle weighing station at Mt Boyce?) showing flakeage + settling
I quoted from the Ch 7 weather woman, who said 24 hPa in 24 hrs. From Wiki for the rest of forumThat's a bomb.
The parameters you talk of are set at 60S (or N) as a benchmark for mid-latitude.
Someone can probably correct me, but if you click on that cam it takes you to a point just north of Blackheath on the GWH. A bit more consistent with the settling I've seen in other Blackheath social media posts. Impressive nonethelessGreat link! Nth K-Town Cam (looks like the Heavy Vehicle weighing station at Mt Boyce?) showing flakeage + settling
Correct.It's the Mt Boyce Weighing Station just 500m SE of the AWS at same. Cam is on Windy too.
Just didnt realise you can get the cams up on windy before nowGreat link! NE K-Town Cam (looks like the Heavy Vehicle weighing station at Mt Boyce?) showing flakeage + settling