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Day to Day SA & Adelaide weather

Discussion in 'Daily & Chat' started by StormCapture, Jul 5, 2019.

  1. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    just bin outside getting a few pics, the one
    through brighton was not bad with some
    good mid air strikes as well as CGs.
    but the one to the SW off edithburgh heading
    for victor is a ball tearer, some huge fat ground
    clamping mothers coming out of that one.
    and some real hardcore strobing to go with it.
     
  2. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    holy crap @ that patch running from the western border to pt lincoln
    better get some zeds... could be a long day.
     
  3. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    storms running pretty much the entire s.a. coast
    border to border.
    lotsa rumbles at the moment,
    i better have something to eat.


    TH
     
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  4. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    Heard the thunder, thought of you @ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ and went back to sleep.

    A touch of rain that’s evaporated even out of the gauge already.
     
  5. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    there was some good fireworks out there,
    weather waits for no one, got a few good shots too.
    that stuff is really fast moving, that block that was over ep
    has now got adelaide in its sights. lightning is on the
    southern edge, where'a it gunna drill?


    TH
     
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  6. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    Hhhmmm, can’t say I see a lot special here.

    What lightning tracker do you use?
     
  7. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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  8. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    A bit of thunder & distant lightning out of this. Not enough to make anyone change what they were doing on the beach.

    The lightning strikes were nice, hope you captured some @ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ .
     
  9. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    i use weatherzone layers for a rapid australian overview,
    i can go anywhere in aus and zoom down quickly to
    see who's going to get smashed and by how much in pretty
    much real time and weatherzone radar for up to 18 hour
    rainfall and lightning animation. to get a handle on direction
    and up or down intensity.and development. of cells or systems
    in general.

    TH
     
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  10. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    1mm in the Exeter gauge this morning after yesterday’s storms. Most of which came from evening drizzle as the storms decayed & cooled with Southerly air moving in.
     
  11. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    those damn southerlys are an absolute pig crashing
    and ruining a perfectly good thunda party.
    about as popular as the cops busting a raging house
    party in the middle of a covid lockdown.
    the audacity of it all.
    time to turn up the wick for some nice juicy marrow boiling heat...

    TH
     
  12. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    It does look as if it maybe warmish late this week.
     
  13. wernerk

    wernerk Hard Yards

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    After checking out the weather forecast for Saturday Nov 28, our next scheduled watering day at my property, we decided to go there on the Sunday just gone (Nov 22) as the forecast temp next Saturday was going to be 43C, even though Sunday's Murray Bridge forecast was to be 38C (doubt whether it reached it though). The lure of thunderstorms didn't hurt either [​IMG]

    When we left Glen Osmond and were heading up the SE freeway, there was a rumble overhead and it began to rain. The temp at home was 28C when we left and by the time we passed the Hahndorf exit, it had dropped to 16C, rising only to 19C on the way to Murray Bridge. Just below the summit at Crafers, the rain began to fall in earnest reducing driver's speeds as the visibility was severely reduced.

    Periods of torrential rain at times with severely reduced visibility and numerous CGs followed. The was one CG which dropped a few km in front and arched overhead resulting in a second or 2 delayed whipcrack clap of thunder which followed.

    The storm appeared to run in the general direction of the freeway and I think eventually we emerged out of it somewhere near Callington although it still rained off and on between there and MB. There was another storm ahead of us (prob past Tailem Bend) which was also throwing out some nice CG's.

    When we arrived at the property, the temp had risen to ca 28-30C. There were deep loud booms emanating to the south from the first storm we had driven through as it passed Murray Bridge. The sky was relatively dark to our S-SW and CGs dropped occasionally from the MB storm.

    After watering for about 3o mins, I looked up at the sky just in time to see a crawler connecting various clouds followed by a reasonably loud clap of thunder. I crouched down, but no further lightning or thunder was experienced save for a few rumble from a storm to the north of Mannum somewhere, so I continued my watering.

    At about 3pm, we left the property and headed along the Murray River past Bowhill - Walkers Flat - Nildottie - Swan Reach - Blanchetown to Morgan experiencing some heavy showers at times. Stopped at a few lookouts along the way and saw some decent rainshafts to our W & NW with an occasional rumble emanating from them. While we were on the ferry in Morgan, my partner spotted a couple of CGs ahead of us.

    We headed out on the Morgan Renmark road for about 5km where we stopped by the roadside and kept an eye on 2 rainshafts to our SE & W. With no further sparks and after consulting with Lennie (Thunderstruck), we headed for Eudunda stopping for a pi(t)stop. A rumble emanated from a darkish cloud to the north, but as any lightning was very infrequent, we decided to head for home.

    While on the N-S Motorway at Wingfield, a beautiful rainbow presented itself to our east. To top it off, the sky had a nice range of colours around sunset to end the day.

    Whilst not a lot of lightning or cloud structure was seen after we left my property, it was still an enjoyable day's chase with the highlight of course being the drive up the freeway on the way up. Have to check the dashcam footage to see if anything of note was recorded.

    Hope you enjoy reading this report. Apologies for the length.

    Btw, recorded 0.4mm Sunday morn and 4.9mm Monday morn from the weekend's efforts.

    Cheers.
     
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  14. FarmWeather

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    Gday guys. Only saw your invite today TH.
     
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  15. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    great to see...er...read... er... have you here FW,
    just in time to talk about enjoying our first decent
    barbie for the season and guess whats getting
    cooked...... us.
    out first little juicy marrow boiler, yay, bring it on,
    summer is here.

    TH
     
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    Lots of places hitting 40C plus very early on today!!
     
  17. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    ceduna on 45, some on 44
    a real roaster, down here heat was not early.
    took a while to crank up peaking around 23:30
    and dropping like a lead brick to 32 as the sea
    breeze slammed through, crept back up to 35 now.

    TH
     
  18. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    So what was cloud base today, looked better than 3000M.
     
  19. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    certainly was, around 14-15,000'
    some good rains to come out of the change tomorrow,
    mostly off the coast in the ocean although KI and the LSE
    look to do pretty well from it.

    TH
     
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  20. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    things happening pretty much according to models at the moment
    the southerly wind swing down here came early this morning but
    the temp still rose to 30+°... now starting to drop.
    still waiting for my meager ration of precipitation.
    for your interest skifree the LCL (lifted condensation level)
    aka. cloudbase currently for today is around 9000' however...
    forecast sounding also shows levels of cloud at around
    16000' and 25000'
    if you get out there now you should be able to see them all.

    TH
     
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  21. doddles

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    Impressive temps in SA. Woomera breaking November temperature record by a full 2C! Oodnadatta approaching its November record.
     
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  22. skifree

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    2&1/2 mls in the Exeter gauge this morning from a steady drizzle fall as temps dropped yesterday evening / sunset.
     
  23. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

    ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ Hard Yards

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    3.4mm here for me, not so much drizzle as light rain - large drops.
    the next smattering of interest on the books is tuesday,
    a little more generous meager ration than the last lot.
    still we dont want to be wishing for too much i suppose what
    with being in the middle of crop harvest and all.
    3-8mm will be good for gardens whilst delaying harvest
    without damging crops.

    TH
     
  24. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    6.0mm
    not a bad bit of dribble in the wee small hours of this morning.
    finished around 6am
    a nice cool breeze tending to windy for most of the day.

    TH
     
  25. skifree

    skifree A disciple of the blessed avi giraffe Moderator Ski Pass: Gold

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    3 & 1/2 mls in the Exeter gauge this morning.
     
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    wernerk Hard Yards

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    Snap! Also 3.5mm this morning.

    November total ended up being 16.9mm at home with YTD 420.3mm. Spring Rainfall = 121.6mm.

    As a comparison, Adelaide Airport had 10.2mm for Nov with YTD 352.8mm. Spring rainfall was 92.3mm.

    How did you fare Skifree & Thunda Hunta for the corresponding period (& anybody else who would like to post their rainfall summaries)?
     
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  27. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    sorry wernerk,
    i used to keep records but as much as i should i can't be
    bothered anymore.

    TH
     
  28. FarmWeather

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    Ground hog weather range bound for another while. The 25 to 33 c range seems to me another two weeks mostly dry good for harvesting. Few storms possible in the east Saturday late arvo perhaps. Looks tame
     
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  29. FarmWeather

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    Err good riddance to other forum thanks for the tip here thunda. He shall have fun talking to himself once theban lifts.
     
  30. skifree

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    I'll try and get onto adding it up one evening this week.
     
  31. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    great to see... er... read you FW,.....WELCOME.
    yer weather certainly on the level for the moment.
    almost what one could call doldrums.
    as far as storms go we've had the usual s.a. signature
    high based electrical dryees which have been great,
    just waiting for those feral tropical low based HP
    green core dumpers that i love to corepunch so much.

    TH
     
  32. skifree

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    1 & 1/2 mls n the Exeter gauge this morning to top out the rain event.

    Event seems a bit of an overkill for such a small fall over 48 hours.
     
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    Yeah hi all. It seems the mods on the other joint just decided to go nuclear instead of just banning a particular troll. Might be my fault as I reported him enough times.
    Anyway, hi
     
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  34. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    good to see you here berg.
    haha... your fault?!
    all the emails and PMs i and everyone else sent with no reply and no action.
    if it was moderated properly in the first place it would have never got to that
    doesn't matter, here seems a much better place.
    so do you have your rain gauge in place yet?

    ok so the lightning infused cloudband on the western
    border has now moved up to us and has become a
    dribble infused cloudband with NO lightning.
    forecasts for the front are for it to be somewhat strong
    with a 540 line clipping tle LSE and s.w. vic.
    nullschool has the front currently cutting a slightly
    forward of vertical line just west of K.I.

    TH
     
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    Tad breezy later on
     
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  36. skifree

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    So 12.25 mls in the Exeter gauge this November 2020 for a total of 404 mls for the year to end of November.
     
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    Welcome.
    So, who was the troll?
     
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    This place is very well moderated so that won't be an issue here.
    Anyway, good to see the South Aussie numbers increasing.
     
  39. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    thanks, that's good to hear homer
    hopefully we can get this place rocking and make it the place to be.
    the name was "beercules", i imagine inhabiting the underside of a
    rock somewhere in or near renmark
    one of my issues was his spiteful vindictive vitriol aganst the BOM
    and the people in it, what appears to be stemming from his rejection
    of employment by them.
    the other is his foul disgusting mouth that makes the bolivar
    treatment works look like a gourmet restaurant and kindergarten
    playground.

    so anyway.......
    absolutely blowing it's guts out here, damn cold front, it can bugger off
    when ever it likes.
    "tad breezy later on" sounds like one of my tongue-in-cheek
    understatements FW. god forbid if my cryptic,dry and warped
    sense of humor is rubbing off on you. i don't know if this forurm
    could handle 2 like me.
    also got a whopping 1.8mm this morning from short bursts of
    moderate rain consisting of medium to large drops.

    TH
     
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    TH i'll swap your cold front for some of our constant heat.No problem.
     
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  41. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    haha yeh dogski i can well imagine
    come late jan-feb i'll be clawing for a cool change as much as you
    not so much the cool that bothers me is the incessant howling wind
    just had a heavy shower of rain here, lasted about 2.76 nanoseconds

    TH
     
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    Mmmmm, I thought so. Was no different on the WZ forums, which was never moderated properly. It's why I never joined the other joint which you have recently left.
    You'll not find that problem here. Freedom of speech here. Encouragement of discussion, but in a polite and respectful way. When it's not, it is pounced upon. It keeps this forum respectful. There is sometimes some robust discussion, but the mods here NEVER let it get out of hand. It works well.
    Best weather forum in Oz tbh. The fact that Richard welcomed all us ex WZ'ers with open arms, and even set up the weather section to suit us ex's, says a lot about this place.
     
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    1/2 ml in the Exeter gauge this morning.
     
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    4mm here and trees and branches down everywhere from yesterdays wind
     
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    getting a virtual blast of winter now
    still plenty of wind and another 3.8mm this morning
    takes me to a total of 5.6mm for the system.
    better than nothing i suppose.
    looking at a sub 20° max on tuesday.
    crap mongrel weather on the weekend and unchasable
    thundertorms during the week.
    the weather is definitely screwed up.

    TH
     
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    I kid you not a mate at mundoora way had 20 mm yesterday AM. We’ve had some windy periods since Saturday arvo
     
  47. skifree

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    2.5mls in the Exeter guage this morning, mostly from a 10 minute fall just before dawn.

    I now have a 100 ton crane all set up, boom fully out waiting for the wind to ease.
     
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    With the temp for Adelaide this weekend of 35,35 and 37, I am calling for an end to any talk of La Nina and a wet December/January.
     
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    Samples of today’s cloudscape this morning.
     
  50. ThÜñDå HûÑtÅ

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    well i thought things were going to back off today.
    not too bad this morning other some quickfire
    showers before and around sunrise but as the day
    wore on the wind ramped up again.
    the rain gauge now has 12.0mm in it since this
    system steamrolled through.
    adelaide hills done pretty well i hear, hopefully willitrainagain
    from mt barker will post a total
    what did you get FW?.... other than wind.

    posted by gary...
    With the temp for Adelaide this weekend of 35,35 and 37, I am calling for an end to any talk of La Nina and a wet December/January.

    NOOOOOOOO NOOOOOOO NOOOOOOOO
    i want storms storms storms wet wet wet
    anyways la nina has a marginal effect on us at best
    its more of an eastern states thing.
    the IOD and tropical moisture influence is ramping
    up in the eastern indian ocean and between indonesia
    and aus.
    just need a few good baroclinic infeeds through nw wa.
    if we had one of those with this last system that came
    through we would have gotten smashed off the face of
    the planet.
    the summer climate flywheel is still winding up so im
    not disparing yet. it only takes one or two good ass kicking
    thunderstorm infused tropical infestations to make it a
    memorable summer. had a couple of good high based
    electrical dryee events so far so i'm not going to start
    complaining yet.

    TH


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