maybe something better in about a week or less.
Would be nice to have something decent since were only 4 days out from Winter solstice being shortest day of 2022 adding in updated climate outlook video posted by BOM this arvo indicates neutral rainfall and low stream flows for the SE and wet for top part including Adelaide, Far West and up northmaybe something better in about a week or less
Oh so that explains why getting hit by the feather duster didn't hurt this morning Thunda yes you are right on the money its barely a sparrows fart on the radar in terms of anything substantial apart from some nice showers but nothing worth getting hyped up overanother despicable piss weak system whips the daylights out of
us with a feather duster tripping over its own shoe lases and
falling away as it gets to us.
same crap different year by the looks.
back to the same 'ol tripe... whats that you say?... oh yeah, thats right...
back to regular winter programming.
the only saving grace is we still have the snarliest part of winter to go.
see what promises next weekend brings or breaks.
for me at school the feather duster ment the teacherOh so that explains why getting hit by the feather duster didn't hurt this morning Thunda yes you are right on the money its barely a sparrows fart on the radar in terms of anything substantial apart from some nice showers but nothing worth getting hyped up over
It would be nice if mother nature delivers the goods in terms of some gnarly weather from now until spring or in spring even
The hail-storm was in 2016, I got caught in it with a bunch of kids:BOM has officially declared 21/22 La Nina as dead and buried but have shifted focus to spring 2022 with another one likely to form adding in the negative IOD of which will be also present it will be interesting to see if both events go hand in hand or clash causing mayhem and chaos
I'm fairly certain that in late 2017 we had both a negative IOD and La Nina as the SE got a run of consecutive days in the high 20's to low 30's adding in humid conditions this resulted in 2 or 3 days in a row of thunderstorms followed by a massive storm with golf ball sized hail and a rain wrapped tornado on last day of November
Memory serves me correctly as my old green barina got its front windscreen cracked. drivers side window smashed in and drivers side mirror smashed off by a massive tree branch felled by said rain wrapped nader as I was caught unexpectedly off guard only 5 kms from home when it hit
Can fully understand your swahzilli talk FarmWeather although the supposed triple dip La Nina will have an added factor here in SA with a negative IOD coming into play it will be interesting to see how these 2 interact or clash with one another of which some times results in gnarly severe weather early or late springReturning lanina maybe SA varying degrees of laninaness there’s a new word. Betcha nsw and qld get unwanted weather at unwanted times. Sometimes we get dregs in eastern SA pastorals right down to lower south east. The Adelaide hills actually help in those scenarios “lock” it into eastern 1/3 of SA cheers chaps