Split around the CBD beautifully
Looks awesome from Tallai TS.Nice evening storm here, plenty of lightning, Amazing, evolved out of nothing. Updated forecast for Tweed Heads earlier at 4.10pm from BOM NSW ... Clear. I would have bet all my money on em they would be correct with that forecast but nature does its own thing.
Well bom new better than me, late last night a storms passed just north of us, no rain just some lightning.... so there ya go. LokI see bom still going with possible storms possibly server.
Id say Ken has a day off and juniors are rostered on to save money, being a Sunday ......jokes lol
Well bom new better than me, late last night a storms passed just north of us, no rain just some lightning.... so there ya go. Lok
Possibly a rumble or too around today according to EC forecast.
Access C forecast radar for early afternoon - very patchy
It is delivered as an Android notification.
How did you get Google to display that by the way?
It's grown a bit now but not moving all that fast.
I reckon the actual radar looks more organised than what access C forecast radar or precipitation had suggested in its model runs over the last day or so.
Ken mentioned localised but that can be interpreted in different ways.
this is an important WTR moment
what the radar shows in the next few hours is anybody’s guess IMO. It could well fall apart or grow, or plod along.
Fascinating stuff to watch actualities and forecasts under different circumstances.
I can hear thunder here now.
Oh damn that chaff.The radar’s actually a bit deceiving at the moment @Flowin because a fair bit of the echoes that look like heavier rain is chaff that happened to originate near where the convection originally was, and is merged with the real rainfall (there were some pretty looking oval shaped contrails over the Lockyer Valley earlier from the Amberley jets as well).
It also shows up in satpic vs radar comparisons where there’s distinct areas of no cloud despite radar echoes in those same areas.
Some of the lighter rain areas are also evaporating before reaching the ground due to the drier lower levels which is common with those setups.
Oh damn that chaff.
With future forecasts and obs I will have to factor in the chaff-tiness of authorities to throw out some chaff to confuse people
I put in on the record though that I heard some thunder…..or has the Air Force advanced to noise effects with their chaff?