You have been lucky .......absolutely pelting down here and has been since 4pm ...according to neighbour we have had 200mm since lunch time and that was at 10pm tonight.Steady rain since the morning but we really aren't copping to much, all going around the back of us. Only 34mm since 9am, lismore has had 264 since 9am and could end up with close to 500mm in 24hrs
Sif he don't have his own crop living out thereMy mate outside Murbah is still above water, but no chance of getting off his property. No sign of the SES yet, but he's still hopeful that they'll airdrop off some Nimbin hash brownies at some point to ease the boredom.
Cut in here for a brief look @ the tropics.
Lots of upper-level divergence/uplift is still centred over the Indonesia,
region the walker cell has been parked there since the la-nina re-amearged, months ago.
Current walker cell position, is where it should be in nina/neutral
GFS indicating the U-level divergence spreading E along the
EQ and the top-end and out along the Spac also active.
What you would see with a passing cckw.
GFS spins up a disturbance in the arafura sea and a smaller one
in the sw of the GOC.
Precip signature's of the disturbances.
So just take it with a grain of salt then?Seafm general question are there any dragon fly's about in
Environment Canada Global Model (GEMS)
Has no support from any other recognised Global tropical model atm.
The NASA geos-5 hybrid cmc-X-gfs core is in bed with the Canuck
with a CS storm, likely due to cmc component within the modeling.
Thought about it when I first saw their stuff but no...If you think the public should chip $ in then you should join their subscriber base if that's your thing.
How far inland does the rain have to fall, before it flows inland to lake eyre rather than seaward?