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Discussion in 'Daily & Chat' started by Jellybeans, Jul 6, 2019.
I hear a little bit of rain outside... it’s starting!
Raining nicely. Love the sound of rain on steel roof.
Well that was unexpected.. Hope my shed hasn't flooded.. The lego might have floated away..
Woke to a decent amount of rain up until around 6.30. Cleared up here but total grey as we get light
23mm of rain for the city overnight... Quite a good drop! Usual localised flooding on the roads here... Good thing there is little traffic
Nice 23mm overnight rainfall for the lower Darebin creek.
23mm on the mornington pen too, so well above what was expected but i'm not complaining. In the next week we'll see plenty more, just in time to begin burn-off season.
Yeh is pissed down for 2-3 hours early am here at Somers, our tin shed roof was getting smashed.
Was lovely, bring on more this weekend. Going to be a good weekend for isolation weather watching
AXS-R showing that we will get at least that again on Friday/Saturday, with another 15-30mm in the tank for Melb region.
Generous falls for pretty much everywhere in the region, gotta love that.
Just over 20mm at our place. Went out for a ride after 7am when it cleared, Gardiner's Creek flowing hard, over the bike path at Kooyong rd.
Very consistent groupings.
Wasn’t expecting such a good soaking. Tanks needed a good top up and the kids ducks are certainly happy about it.
26mm here in Woodend and fog mizzle combo ongoing
Bucketing down in Mt Beauty and Tawonga South. Rain's been going all night. 16C so quite mild. Can't work because it's too wet for earthmoving equipment.
22mm overnight. Great stuff!
Bit over 10mm this morning at home. I slashed some of the paddocks yesterday. First time in over 4 years - exciting stuff.
13 degrees, raining, 100m vis tallarook ranges.
Raining heavily in South Yarra
Same here in Canterbury. Quite dark outside.
17mm at Melbourne Airport in the past 90 minutes.
Coupled with the 25mm it received overnight, and the average monthly rainfall is just about met.
And only looks like it’s going to keep going up.
And we haven’t even gone to Friday night yet.
Weekly total could be very epic.
Rather persistent in Canterbury.
This regular rain thing is rather nice. I could get used to it
Yeah I’m just sitting on the back porch watching and listening to it come down. Being at one with nature and all.... it’s coming down well.
Raining still merrily here. i had stuff to do ....but then again this is ok too
Still raining. But it does look like it's about to clear.
Some pretty good numbers for the afternoon rain.
Another 13mm for the city, bringing our total to 36mm. Over half way to the monthly average on day 2, not bad!
A few single digit nights forecast for the city over the weekend & into next week - gotta say, excited for this.
Very unexpected falls in the last 24 hour.. 40mm more than I was thinking. Love it! Rain, Covid quiet, work slack.. Personally loving life!. Yes sorry to all those doing it tough. Seriously.
Pretty clear direction in that rainband.
We've had over 20mm this afternoon, close to 45mm for the event.
A nice 11mm up here in the strezleckis overnight/this morning!
Looks like a decent cold pool to come across southern vic Saturday/Sunday
Only 5mm for me today, up to 28 for the event. This arvos rainband was just above us so I missed out, but work in Dande South got hosed.
Bring all this on. Happy to have a wet period while i'm stuck inside. Also waiting on delivery on the new tractor that has a cabin (so I dont care about rain anymore).
Not us but some pretty solid totals in NE Tassie today. Going to crack 100mm in a number of places.
Showers & storms starting to fire on the new Rainbow radar
A little update for the record! Thickening up a little.
Another nice line forming now behind the first area of activity
We're now up to 35mm since Wednesday. EC reckons another 30mm tonight.
It's turning out to be quite an autumn!
My folks in Seymour have had 200mm more rain than at this time last year I've just been advised.
263 (2020) vs 24.5 (2019).
Breezy afternoon in Docklands, out for my first walk in 3 weeks. No one around except for a few swans and their babies in the river.
First taste of rain just about to hit Melbourne for the next system
Looking promising now Hoping for a good lightshow at least!
Jusr started smashing down tallarook ranges....the tank stand may have to wait a bit
Just before the next rain event starts, just a quick flashback to yesterday afternoon, Gardiners Creek:
Flash flooding too, potential that it could be worse tonight/tomorrow.
@Jellybeans - Is that down near Box Hill South (S of Canterbury Road)
yep - near station st.
Just got cold in the hillbillies. Tank stand was finished
Gardiners creek can just pump sometimes