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Flowin

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Morning all. Woke at 1.30 by real heavy downpour here at Tallai, on and off light showers since. Looks like more from the NW, radar starting to fill in. BOM have up't the possible rain to 10-20 for today. Thoughts on that anyone?
For the Gold Coast area, practically all of the latest deterministic models are suggesting rainfall less than 15mm.
However the 12Z run EC ensemble average and the 18Z Access C (see below) suggesting 15-20mm for the Gold Coast area (total to 10pm tonight). Note the Access C 18Z excludes rain that already occurred before 4am.

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Ken Kato

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Most models are going for around the 10-20mm mark (but locally higher amounts in some places) for the ranges as well as the Scenic Rim ranges area if you take the forecast period starting from earlier this morning when the official forecasts were issued.... and 1-10mm in most other parts of SEQ.
Another nice wet gloomy morning to wake up to. There's actually mushrooms growing in my local park at the moment from the wetness.
 

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For the Gold Coast area, practically all of the latest deterministic models are suggesting rainfall less than 15mm.
However the 12Z run EC ensemble average and the 18Z Access C (see below) suggesting 15-20mm for the Gold Coast area (total to 10pm tonight). Note the Access C 18Z excludes rain that already occurred before 4am.

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Awesome, thx for the update. I have a new position as Operations Manager with a Plant and equipment operator, so sorting the weather in front of time will be advantageous. Thx to all you guys while I'm handing out praise. You know who you are
 

Multiversity

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This may have been discussed already so apologies, but is the sub-tropical ridge riding a little higher north this year? We seem to be into a regular cycle more like some years I remember from about 3 decades ago, with roughly weekly cycles of warm moist/rain followed by trough/cold front, dry westerlies, repeat.
 

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( DATA FROM 0900 PREVIOUS DAY TO 0900 CURRENT DAY )

FRIDAY 9 2021 - TIME 0850

CURRENT TEMPERATURE...15.9C
CURRENT HUMIDITY........96%
CURRENT DEW POINT.......15C
CURRENT WIND.......NNE 1Kph
CURRENT VISIBILITY.....15KM
CURRENT PRESSURE..1016.0HpA
CURRENT CLOUD........1/8 Sc, 8/8 As
CURRENT WEATHER.....Slight intermittent rain

RAIN SINCE THURSDAY - 16.0mm

SUMMARY LAST 24 HOURS

YESTERDAYS MAX TEMP..........19.4C
THIS MORNING'S MIN TEMP......12.9C
PAST 24 HOURS TEMP ANOMALY..+0.35C
THIS MORNING'S GRASS MIN.....11.0C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR DEW POINT......12C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR PRESSURE...1019.9Hpa
PAST 24 HOURS MAX WIND.....NW 23Kph at 0342
PAST 24 HOURS SIG.WEATHER....Slight rain late Thursday morning, then clearing. Rain returned overnight, increasing to moderate intensity early Friday, before easing by observation time.
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NOTE....JULY AVERAGE RAIN HAS NOW BEEN EXCEEDED.

JULY RAINFALL TO DATE......................58.0mm
JULY AVERAGE RAINFALL......................53.2mm
2021 RAINFALL TO DATE....................1098.2mm
AVERAGE RAINFALL TO END OF JULY...........753.2mm
AVERAGE ANNUAL RAIN TO END OF DEC........1152.4mm
 
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Flowin

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Morning all, not complaining about the rain however going camping at Imbil this afternoon the rain looks to be moving east pretty quickly - is the general consensus that it will be cleared by afternoon? Thanks
Access C 18Z suggesting rain clearing by sunset. But if you are camping this weekend I hope you have some strong guy ropes for your tent for the potential winds tomorrow.

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Ken Kato

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Access C 18Z suggesting rain clearing by sunset. But if you are camping this weekend I hope you have some strong guy ropes for your tent for the potential winds tomorrow.

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It could be that the current patchy rain might break to showers in the afternoon in SEQ and the majority of those possibly clearing earlier than sunset. But always hard to nail down exact timings so I'd allow a few hours of error margin either side of that.

Very narrow but enhanced line of convection sweeping through the southeastern Downs at the moment.

Some of the models have downgraded their wind gust speeds a bit for tomorrow but still should become gusty at times during the middle of the day and afternoon, even for some sections of the region as early as today after the steadier rain starts breaks up.
 

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Ferny Grove Weather
Date: 9 Jul 2021
Time: 10:20 AM

Min Temp since 9am yesterday: 11.7 C
Max Temp since 9am yesterday: 19.1 C
Min Ground Temp: 9.9 C
Rain in 24 hours to 9am today: 9.8 mm
Rain since 9am today: 1.3 mm

Temperature: 15 C
Relative Humidity: 98 %
Dew Point: 15.6 C
MSL Pressure: 1014.1 hPa
Wind Speed: 3 kph - Light air
Wind Direction: SSW

Present Weather: Rain, but not showers, ceased in the past hour
Visibility: 10km to 19km - Good Visibility
Cloud Cover: 8/8
Ground State: Ground moist

Notes of yesterday weather - 8/7/21: A light shower later in the early hours. At the start of the day the temperature stopped falling and reached the minimum temperature and was slightly cool before rising during the rest of the early hours that eased to near average and to slightly warm late in the early hours. In the morning the temperature continued to rose close to average, easing to slightly cool from the late morning with the the maximum temperature reached in the late morning before dropping back slightly in the early afternoon before rising slowly during the afternoon and fell from later in the afternoon. In the evening the temperature was near average that after falling early in the evening became stable before rising later in the evening. Dew point initially fell at the start of the day before rising during the rest of the early hours close to average and continued to rise during the morning slightly above average. From the mid morning the dew point fell close to average, rose later in the morning and in the afternoon becoming slightly above average from the early afternoon. From the late afternoon the dew point fell easing back to near average in the evening before stabilising or rising slowly later in the evening becoming slightly above average. Relative humidity was near average that was stable in the early hours before falling a little slowly in the morning after briefly falling quickly slightly above average. Relative humidity became moderately high in the afternoon with the relative humidity stable from the mid morning. During the evening the relative humidity eased to slightly above average while rising. Mostly calm winds from early with some W winds early in the day before light S to SW winds in the morning shifting during the middle of the day to E to SE in the early afternoon with some SSE and ENE winds. Light ESE to ENE winds from the mid afternoon became calm from the late afternoon. Later in the evening were some NE winds.

Today: A moderate to heavy shower half-way through the early hours that was followed by light rain at times during the rest of the early hours and during this morning. The temperature continued to rise during the early hours that was stable at times that was slightly warm at the start of the day increasing to hot later in the early hours. As the temperature rose slowly the temperature eased during this morning to near average. Slightly above average dew point at the start of the day became moderately high during the rest of the early hours and during this morning while rising but was stable at times during the early hours. Relative humidity have been elevated and stable that was slightly above average in the early hours increasing during the morning to very high from the mid morning. Mostly calm winds early with some SSW to NW winds, calm winds this morning before NW to NNE winds at times with some W to NW winds since the mid morning.
 

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That narrow band of convection Ken spoke of brought some good moderate to sometimes heavy rain with it. Total for this event sits at 22mm. The first 9 days of July has produced 88mm for my place. Normal July precipitation is 26mm.
I was watching that Mr Warwickeye2sky. Bit of thunder possible. But yea definitely looks interesting out that way
 

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Those narrow bands of convection really stand out on Himawari vis. What be causing those?

I'm not certain but they're fairly common on the NW flank of lows if the flow has tight cyclonic curvature without a sharp bend that occurs along a more typical cold front but cold-air convection is occurring. My feeling is that they might be caused by thin southwesterly surges in the flow with a slightly more westerly component to the flow just ahead of them which enhance convection along those boundaries and then pivot up over towards us, taking on a more ENE to E'wards trajectory as they wrap up and around. The surges may or may not be caused by convection wanting to arrange themselves in lines (kind of like miniature thinner weaker versions of squall lines or bands of showers). The cyclonic curvature might also be enhancing upmotion as well as the residual modest instability and moisture. And yeah, I'd say the precip's on its last legs now for our region as far as today's concerned. Maybe a few more razor thin lines skirting southern parts before it's all over.

Above: 48hr totals up to 9am today (the 72hr totals should look better once they come in tomorrow due to today's rain).
Also above is one for the frontal fanatics who (justifiably) find the Bureau's standard charts lacking in fronts. Enhanced IR satpic + automated analysis of frontal positions via Wundermap.
 

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I was watching that Mr Warwickeye2sky. Bit of thunder possible. But yea definitely looks interesting out that way
I didn’t hear any thunder, but not to say there wasn’t any in the Southern Downs area. We also had a nice heavy shower with a thin line of showers that went through around 1500. The wind really picked up to for a short time. It delivered an additional 1.5mm for a total of 23.5mm for the event.
 

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I'm not certain but they're fairly common on the NW flank of lows if the flow has tight cyclonic curvature without a sharp bend that occurs along a more typical cold front but cold-air convection is occurring. My feeling is that they might be caused by thin southwesterly surges in the flow with a slightly more westerly component to the flow just ahead of them which enhance convection along those boundaries and then pivot up over towards us, taking on a more ENE to E'wards trajectory as they wrap up and around. The surges may or may not be caused by convection wanting to arrange themselves in lines (kind of like miniature thinner weaker versions of squall lines or bands of showers). The cyclonic curvature might also be enhancing upmotion as well as the residual modest instability and moisture. And yeah, I'd say the precip's on its last legs now for our region as far as today's concerned. Maybe a few more razor thin lines skirting southern parts before it's all over.

Above: 48hr totals up to 9am today (the 72hr totals should look better once they come in tomorrow due to today's rain).
Also above is one for the frontal fanatics who (justifiably) find the Bureau's standard charts lacking in fronts. Enhanced IR satpic + automated analysis of frontal positions via Wundermap.
Brilliant explanation KK. Thanks
 

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Those narrow bands of convection really stand out on Himawari vis. What be causing those?
I'm going to guess its a conseqquence of limited directional shear, but significant speed shear. A quick look at windy suggests winds follow a similar curve from the surface up to the mid levels. Convection forms and then as the disturbance rises higher it races faster downwind than the base and spreads that convection downwind to form a line. The line curves to follow the curvature of the winds.
 

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Hmmm, sounds reasonable good drops for winter crops abouts.
Looks like a battle between all the small Highs & Lows over the coming week, winds from all directions but generally clear skies, so should have a nice wintery feel about it, wind from the Sth Sundy & Mondy should have some 'chill factor I'd assume ?

Struggled to get over double digits here last two days picking up 9.2mm to 9am this morn & only 1.7mm since,,,

Oh, will throw in one of my Sky Images from Rathdowney on Weds Night, clear as bell albeit a strong JetStream overhead tho does not bother wide fields in retrospect.
Target: Rho Ophiuchi, molecular cloud complex
Image Stats: 26 x 20seconds, Canon 6D II, Samyang 135mm & F2.
Note, some drift evedent on left side, no matter, will shoot again with better tracking.

HavaGoodN

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Light rain at times cleared during the middle of the day and no further rainfall in the afternoon. Later in the morning the temperature became slightly cool while the temperature rose a little slowly before easing to near average in the afternoon as the temperature rose more quickly. After initially falling early tonight the temperature rose a little before falling again during the rest of tonight and was warm. Dew point remained moderately high that rose in the morning and early afternoon, then fell in the afternoon and tonight easing back to slightly above average from early tonight.

Relative humidity remained stable and elevated until the middle of the day and remained very high. In the afternoon the relative humidity fell a little easing to high in the mid and late afternoon. After rising later in the afternoon and early tonight while remaining high the relative humidity then fell and eased back to near average. Later tonight the relative humidity rose slowly and remained close to average. Light NW to NNE winds in the morning tended to NNW to NW in the early afternoon before NW to SW winds during the mid afternoon. After mostly calm winds later in the afternoon and early tonight the wind became light W to WSW.

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( DATA FROM 0900 PREVIOUS DAY TO 0900 CURRENT DAY )

SATURDAY 10 JULY 2021 - TIME 0825

CURRENT TEMPERATURE...13.9C
CURRENT HUMIDITY........68%
CURRENT DEW POINT........8C
CURRENT WIND.......WSW 14Kph
CURRENT VISIBILITY.....50KM
CURRENT PRESSURE..1015.5HpA
CURRENT CLOUD........Nil cloud.
CURRENT WEATHER.....No significant weather.
RAIN SINCE 0900 FRIDAY....3.2mm

SUMMARY LAST 24 HOURS

YESTERDAYS MAX TEMP..........21.0C
THIS MORNING'S MIN TEMP......10.9C
PAST 24 HOURS TEMP ANOMALY..+0.15C
THIS MORNING'S GRASS MIN......8.0C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR DEW POINT......12C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR PRESSURE...1013.4Hpa
PAST 24 HOURS MAX WIND.....SW 24Kph at 0320
PAST 24 HOURS SIG.WEATHER....Slight rain from mid morning Friday, then brief moderate shower mid afternoon, before totally clearing.
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JULY RAINFALL TO DATE......................61.2mm
JULY AVERAGE RAINFALL......................53.2mm
2021 RAINFALL TO DATE....................1101.4mm
AVERAGE RAINFALL TO END OF JULY...........753.2mm
AVERAGE ANNUAL RAIN TO END OF DEC........1152.4mm
 

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Hmmm, sounds reasonable good drops for winter crops abouts.
Looks like a battle between all the small Highs & Lows over the coming week, winds from all directions but generally clear skies, so should have a nice wintery feel about it, wind from the Sth Sundy & Mondy should have some 'chill factor I'd assume ?

Struggled to get over double digits here last two days picking up 9.2mm to 9am this morn & only 1.7mm since,,,

Oh, will throw in one of my Sky Images from Rathdowney on Weds Night, clear as bell albeit a strong JetStream overhead tho does not bother wide fields in retrospect.
Target: Rho Ophiuchi, molecular cloud complex
Image Stats: 26 x 20seconds, Canon 6D II, Samyang 135mm & F2.
Note, some drift evedent on left side, no matter, will shoot again with better tracking.

HavaGoodN

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What do you track with?
 

Tsunami

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Bit of a cold breeze today.brrrr
Just after some clarification. Have been reading about solar minimums etc and how the sun is kind of asleep this year.
On googling i read that the solar minimum will last from one extent or another to 2052....
However another site stated that a solar maximum is due in 2025. Any ideas anyone.
 

Falling_Droplet

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Ferny Grove Weather
Date: 10 Jul 2021
Time: 11:50 AM

Min Temp since 9am yesterday: 11.3 C
Max Temp since 9am yesterday: 21.9 C
Min Ground Temp: 6.8 C
Rain since 9am yesterday: 2.8 mm

Temperature: 18.8 C
Relative Humidity: 55 %
Dew Point: 9.5 C
MSL Pressure: 1015 hPa
Wind Speed: 14 kph - gentle breeze
Wind Direction: W

Present Weather: No cloud development observed
Visibility: 40km or more - Excellent Visibility
Cloud Cover: 0/8
Ground State: Ground dry

Notes of yesterday weather - 9/7/21: Cloudy with Cu and Ns clouds clearing from the middle of the day to a partly cloudy afternoon with Cu and Sc clouds. A moderate to heavy shower half-way through the early hours that was followed by light rain at times during the rest of the early hours and during the morning clearing during the middle of the day. The temperature rose during the early hours that was stable at times that was slightly warm at the start of the day increasing to hot later in the early hours. The minimum temperature was reached during the previous evening before the temperature started to rise. As the temperature rose slowly in the morning the temperature eased to near average before becoming slightly cool later in the morning while the temperature rose a little slowly before easing to near average in the afternoon as the temperature rose more quickly. After initially falling early in the evening the temperature rose a little before falling again during the rest of the evening and was warm. Slightly above average dew point at the start of the day became moderately high during the rest of the early hours and during the morning while rising but was stable at times during the early hours. The dew point rose until the early afternoon, then fell in the afternoon and in the evening easing back to slightly above average from the early evening. Relative humidity was elevated and stable from early that was slightly above average in the early hours increasing during the morning to very high from the mid morning. In the afternoon the relative humidity fell a little easing to high in the mid and late afternoon. After rising later in the afternoon and early in the evening while remaining high the relative humidity then fell and eased back to near average. Later in the evening the relative humidity rose slowly and remained close to average. Mostly calm winds early with some SSW to NW winds, calm winds in the morning before NW to NNE winds at times with some W to NW winds from the mid morning. Light NW to NNE winds later in the morning tended to NNW to NW in the early afternoon before NW to SW winds during the mid afternoon. After mostly calm winds later in the afternoon and early in the evening the wind became light W to WSW.

Today: After generally falling early in the day, the temperature temporarily rose slightly before falling to the minimum temperature in the early morning and was warm or slightly warm. During this morning the temperature eased to near average while the temperature rose steadily. Near average dew point from the start of the day while falling that fell more quickly later in the early hours before rising from the early morning that have remained close to average but was slightly below average in the mid morning. Slightly below average relative humidity early in the day while the relative humidity rose slowly, then fell from the mid early hours before rising a little late in the early hours and early this morning that became low late in the early hours and early this morning. Since the mid morning the relative humidity fell slowly slightly below average easing to near average late this morning. Light WNW to WSW winds, increasing W to WSW winds from the early morning becoming light to moderate from the mid morning and W to SW late this morning easing back to light.
 

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Bit of a cold breeze today.brrrr
Just after some clarification. Have been reading about solar minimums etc and how the sun is kind of asleep this year.
On googling i read that the solar minimum will last from one extent or another to 2052....
However another site stated that a solar maximum is due in 2025. Any ideas anyone.
Solar max due about 2025 and the current wetter spell over eastern Australia was forecast by me about 2 years ago on WZ, to commence late 2020 or so, this spell usually coinciding with the solar cycle starting to climb from its long minimum ( and its resulting droughts and bushfires ). The cycle has been slowly climbing for over a year now. I showed this with a series of graphs going back a long way, and so made the prediction. As to the max. The experts are predicting lower max's into the forseeable future. The max's have been falling since the 2 big ones around 1950 and 1960, and again around 1980 ( and associated very wet and cyclonic conditions over the period ). Notably cyclonic activity and ECL frequency have been steadily falling since the last big peak around 1980..
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Bit of a cold breeze today.brrrr
Just after some clarification. Have been reading about solar minimums etc and how the sun is kind of asleep this year.
On googling i read that the solar minimum will last from one extent or another to 2052....
However another site stated that a solar maximum is due in 2025. Any ideas anyone.
Asite that might interest you
 

Ken Kato

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The Tasman Sea low sure looked impressive this morning on satpics! See above via Weatherzone Layers. Also above, 72hr totals up to 9am today.

At noon today, it was 10.5C in Applethorpe, 12.3C in Toowoomba and 19.1C in Brisbane but the windchill factor made it feel a number of degrees lower than that.
Some of the more decent gusts included 67km/hr at Redcliffe, 63km/hr at Brisbane Airport, 59km/hr at Gatton, and 54km/hr at Gatton.

We'll finally be taking a quieter break during the coming week from all the recent busy weather. The only things of note in the coming week being temps becoming considerably warmer than average later on in the week (but still be seasonably cool until then).... followed by another round of westerlies after that.
 

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The Tasman Sea low sure looked impressive this morning on satpics! See above via Weatherzone Layers.

At noon today, it was 10.5C in Applethorpe, 12.3C in Toowoomba and 19.1C in Brisbane but the windchill factor made it feel a number of degrees lower than that.
Some of the more decent gusts included 67km/hr at Redcliffe, 63km/hr at Brisbane Airport, 59km/hr at Gatton, and 54km/hr at Gatton.

We'll finally be taking a quieter break during the coming week from all the recent busy weather. The only things of note in the coming week being temps becoming considerably warmer than average later on in the week (but still be seasonably cool until then).... followed by another round of westerlies after that.

It's been a cold and windy day in here Ol' Sydney town today, with showers creeping inland during the afternoon, on the tail end of that Low. It was dry and windy this morning but the wind decreased as the day went on, as the Low headed east quickly. Fully overcast all day.
5 mm's of rain this arvo as the winds tended a bit more southerly. I'm 25 k'ms inland.
 

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Near average temperature in the morning and afternoon that became slightly cool in the mid to late afternoon after the maximum temperature was reached in the mid afternoon and fell. From early tonight the temperature became slightly warm as the temperature fell a little slowly early tonight, then after briefly falling more quickly became stable later tonight. Near average dew point later in the morning became slightly below average from the early afternoon after the dew point stopped rising and fell during the afternoon and became generally stable later in the afternoon. Tonight the dew point have been rising slowly easing back to near average later tonight.

Relative humidity fell steadily in the morning and afternoon that was slightly below average before rising relatively steadily from the mid afternoon becoming moderately low early tonight before easing back to slightly below average later tonight. Light to moderate W to SW winds, W to WSW from the mid afternoon easing back to light from early tonight before light W to SW winds later tonight with some W to NW and SSW winds.

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( DATA FROM 0900 PREVIOUS DAY TO 0900 CURRENT DAY )

SUNDAY 11 JULY 2021 - TIME 0810

CURRENT TEMPERATURE...12.6C
CURRENT HUMIDITY........78%
CURRENT DEW POINT........9C
CURRENT WIND.......WSW 12Kph
CURRENT VISIBILITY.....40KM
CURRENT PRESSURE..1021.1HpA
CURRENT CLOUD........Nil cloud.
CURRENT WEATHER.....No significant weather.

RAIN SINCE 0900 SATURDAY....0.0mm

SUMMARY LAST 24 HOURS

YESTERDAYS MAX TEMP..........19.8C
THIS MORNING'S MIN TEMP.......8.6C
PAST 24 HOURS TEMP ANOMALY..-1.60C
THIS MORNING'S GRASS MIN......7.4C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR DEW POINT.......8C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR PRESSURE...1016.8Hpa
PAST 24 HOURS MAX WIND.....W 48Kph at 1356
PAST 24 HOURS SIG.WEATHER...No significant weather.
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JULY RAINFALL TO DATE......................61.2mm
JULY AVERAGE RAINFALL......................53.2mm
2021 RAINFALL TO DATE....................1101.4mm
AVERAGE RAINFALL TO END OF JULY...........753.2mm
AVERAGE ANNUAL RAIN TO END OF DEC........1152.4mm
 

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Ferny Grove Weather
Date: 11 Jul 2021
Time: 11:15 AM

Min Temp since 9am yesterday: 8.4 C
Max Temp since 9am yesterday: 20.7 C
Min Ground Temp: 8.4 C
Rain since 9am yesterday: 0 mm

Temperature: 19.5 C
Relative Humidity: 56 %
Dew Point: 10.6 C
MSL Pressure: 1020.8 hPa
Wind Speed: 12 kph - gentle breeze
Wind Direction: S

Present Weather: State of sky generally unchanged during preceding hour
Visibility: 40km or more - Excellent Visibility
Cloud Cover: 1/8
Ground State: Ground dry

Notes of yesterday weather - 10/7/21: Sunny. After generally falling early in the day, the temperature temporarily rose slightly before falling to the minimum temperature in the early morning and was warm or slightly warm. From the morning the temperature eased to near average while the temperature rose steadily becoming slightly cool in the mid to late afternoon after the maximum temperature was reached in the mid afternoon and fell. From early in the evening the temperature became slightly warm as the temperature fell a little slowly early in the evening, then after briefly falling more quickly became stable later in the evening. Near average dew point from the start of the day while falling that fell more quickly later in the early hours before rising from the early morning that remained close to average but was slightly below average in the mid morning. The dew point stopped rising and fell from the early afternoon and became slightly below average and became generally stable later in the afternoon. In the evening the dew point rose slowly easing back to near average from the mid evening. Slightly below average relative humidity early in the day while the relative humidity rose slowly, then fell from the mid early hours before rising a little late in the early hours and early in the morning that became low late in the early hours and early in the morning. From the mid morning the relative humidity fell slowly slightly below average before rising relatively steadily from the mid afternoon becoming moderately low early in the evening before easing back to slightly below average later in the evening. Light WNW to WSW winds, increasing W to WSW winds from the early morning becoming light to moderate from the mid morning and light W to SW late in the morning. Light to moderate W to SW winds in the afternoon, W to WSW from the mid afternoon easing back to light from the early evening before light W to SW winds later in the evening with some W to NW and SSW winds.

Today: Temperature have been near average that fell more slowly in the second half of the early hours before stabilising and rising later in the early hours. This morning the temperature have been rising steadily. Dew point have remained near average that fell slowly in the early hours, became stable late in the early hours before rising this morning. Relative humidity rose in the early hours slightly below average before the relative humidity stopped rising late in the early hours before falling thereafter becoming moderately low early this morning and eased back to slightly below average from the mid morning. Mostly calm winds in the early hours with some light W to SSW winds at times in the first few hours of the day, light S to SW or W to WSW winds at times late in the early hours and early this morning, followed by light S to SW winds before S to SSW winds late this morning.
 

Falling_Droplet

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Near average temperature since the morning that was a little variable in the early to mid afternoon. Dew point have remained near average that rose in the morning, rose slowly in the afternoon before falling from early tonight.

Near average relative humidity since the morning became slightly above average from early afternoon after the relative humidity rose quickly in the late afternoon and early tonight. Light S to SSW winds later in the morning and in the early afternoon, shifted to S to SEW in the afternoon before WSW to S winds later in the afternoon. From the late afternoon were calm winds with some variable winds during the evening.

Last 24 hours:
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Ken Kato

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14 deg min - Was 11

9 deg min - Was 6.

They seem to be 3 deg off with minimums in the forecast lately here.

Thurs and Fri looks warm for Brisbane around 25/26 then it drops back to "winter".

Correct @Vinny .. not only that but if we reach the temps that are currently forecast by OCF, we'll be close to 2C shy of the record high min/max temps for the current Brisbane site, and well within the highest 10% of past July min/max temps for that site.

In fact, those unseasonably warm temps we're going to get, will also affect almost every state at some stage during its eastwards travel - see above for the extreme forecast index forecasts for min and max temps (instead of being temp anomalies, the scale goes from -1 to +1 where very dark reds close to values of +1 imply temps getting close to record high values). Pretty impressive spatial extent.

Thankfully not lasting too long for us though since OCF has min temps dropping back down into the single digits afterwards and max's near 20C.

By the way, did you mean your mins are 3C lower than forecast lately?
 

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( DATA FROM 0900 PREVIOUS DAY TO 0900 CURRENT DAY )

MONDAY 12 JULY 2021 - TIME 0845

CURRENT TEMPERATURE...14.2C
CURRENT HUMIDITY........79%
CURRENT DEW POINT.......11C
CURRENT WIND........SW 7Kph
CURRENT VISIBILITY.....30KM
CURRENT PRESSURE..1023.3HpA
CURRENT CLOUD........2/8 Sc
CURRENT WEATHER.....No significant weather.

RAIN SINCE 0900 SUNDAY....0.0mm

SUMMARY LAST 24 HOURS

YESTERDAYS MAX TEMP..........21.9C
THIS MORNING'S MIN TEMP.......8.4C
PAST 24 HOURS TEMP ANOMALY..-0.65C
THIS MORNING'S GRASS MIN......7.2C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR DEW POINT......10C
AVERAGE 24 HOUR PRESSURE...1021.4Hpa
PAST 24 HOURS MAX WIND.....S 21Kph at 0949
PAST 24 HOURS SIG.WEATHER...No significant weather.
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JULY RAINFALL TO DATE......................61.2mm
JULY AVERAGE RAINFALL......................53.2mm
2021 RAINFALL TO DATE....................1101.4mm
AVERAGE RAINFALL TO END OF JULY...........753.2mm
AVERAGE ANNUAL RAIN TO END OF DEC........1152.4mm
 
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