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Discussion in 'Eastern & Marine' started by Jellybeans, Dec 3, 2016.
got a nice balmy 41 degrees forecast for Perth tomorrow
Had a line of cells move through Sydney Metro area this evening right on dusk. A low key event but enough to fire off a few frames. Main cell moved over Manly and intensified out the sea. Uneventful, inbound shelf cloud video HERE (although a couple of meso-cyclones visible).
I played a little 'spot the drifts' today! 20 over the Main Range (1st photo crap quality) and a couple around Mt Nelse and Bogong(2nd Photo)
Stormy morning in Melbourne. Might be a long coffee stop in the bike cafe.
I was surprised to wake up to the rumbles of thunder this morning! Some bright flashes and loud bangs going on in South Yarra.
Hot, Humid, Stormy. Perfect Christmas Eve!
It's turned dark and wet here with donner and blitzen as an electrical accompaniment.
Very bad weather for @Big Red
Canberra getting smashed temp drop of 20 deg in a hour
Merry Christmas y'all
Cut off low forming SW of the bight brings a cold shot of air for South Coast WA tomorrow. Looks vigorous for this time of year.
It interacts and draws in moisture from the inland trough over SA by tomorrow night. GFS has it bottoming out @978hPa by Wednesday morning.
Good shear extending right up into the jet.
Meanwhile forecast for the remainder of 2016 in Western Sydney is 35,36,38,41,43,40. Joy.
You can shove that where the sun don't shine.
Muggy here in Melbourne. Rain approaching.
Cool too. Lunch outside was quite breezy. Yesterday's heat has thankfully pissed right off
I am in Perth for Christmas, specifically Preston Beach (about 90km south of Perth city) and it has been the mildest Christmas I can recall for at least 5 or so years.
Aircon has not even been turned on, nights are pleasant to sleep in.
Almost got hypothermia on the Kosi walk this morning, apparent temp 0.2c. Saw someone boarding one of the drifts just above Kosi top station. 30c in Jindy. #straya
It was 27C @ 5am when I went for a ride this morning in Melbourne, putrid.
Pouring now in Macedon.
You can say that again. Hopefully the weather next week is a bit more palatable.
Lovely rain. Plenty of it. And so much cooler than forecast
I hope tomorrow's forecast is revised down.
Forecast for Melbourne looks putrid for the whole week. 30s humid, thunderstorms, not really cooling off at night.
Lucky I am not here then
I like the prospect of a good light show in the early afternoon of Thursday, throughout Central Vicco. Looks like a sweaty day ahead of it though.
No shortage of moisture! Good dryline progged too.
Any opinions on what Tassie has to offer in January?
More enjoyable weather than the mainland. Less flies.
Over the last month it's been largely; marginally-warmer, wetter DEC for Tas.
So I feel with the end of a late spring in DEC we'll see things average out even more. SOI Anomalies have cold Southern Ocean waters to the S/SW of Tas, yielding a good chance at cooler mean temps than DEC and a return to mean precip totals IMO.
A surprisingly wet and windy night in Preston Beach. Probably 5mm and a lot of wind. Feels a little like winter weather
It does seem pretty atypical, mind you watching the Tassie weather I I have been thinking December has been very "january'
it's a classic winter/early-spring cut off hitting the south coast (Esperance/Albany etc.) today. Very unique for this time of the year. Some cool minimums over the next few days IMO.
Some serious heat and high humidity heading towards Sydney. Looks like it will be extremely unpleasant for the next few days.
Fortunately I'm in Manchester where at the time of writing it's a very pleasant 2C
Good circulation out of the deepening low forming off the WA South Coast (via Himawari8)
Marine Gale Warning in effect tonight & tomorrow.
SWW out all over the place in the south.
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING for DAMAGING WINDS and HEAVY RAINFALL
For people in the Central, Mallee, South West, North Central, Wimmera and parts of the East Gippsland, Northern Country, North East and West and South Gippsland Forecast Districts.
Issued at 4:38 pm Tuesday, 27 December 2016.
A deep low pressure system over South Australia will move southeastwards and is expected to pass just west of Adelaide overnight and will be centred to the southwest of Portland by midday Wednesday, before drifting away to the southeast.
DAMAGING WINDS, averaging 50 to 60 km/h with peak gusts of 90 to 100 km/h are expected to develop across Mallee, Wimmera and Southwest districts early Wednesday morning then extend eastwards during the day, reaching Northern Country, North Central and Central districts later in the morning and Alpine areas of the Northeast and Gippsland by the afternoon. Wind gusts may also reach 120 km/h in elevated areas.
Winds are expected to ease from the west during the afternoon, easing over Alpine areas overnight into Thursday.
HEAVY RAIN which may lead to FLASH FLOODING is possible over western parts of the Mallee, Wimmera and Southwest districts during Wednesday morning. Rainfall is expected to start around midnight with heaviest falls between about 3am and 9am. Rainfall totals of 50mm are possible in this 6 hour period.
There is also a chance of heavy rainfall and damaging winds associated with thunderstorms, most likely over northwest Victoria during Wednesday afternoon.
Locations which may be affected by damaging winds include Mildura, Horsham, Warrnambool, Bendigo, Seymour, Maryborough, Ballarat, Geelong and Melbourne.
Locations which may be affected by heavy rain include Mildura, Horsham and Warrnambool.
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGfor DESTRUCTIVE WINDS and HEAVY RAINFALL
For people in the Adelaide Metropolitan, Mount Lofty Ranges, Eastern Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula, Flinders, Mid North, Kangaroo Island, Riverland, Murraylands, Upper South East, Lower South East and parts of the North West Pastoral and North East Pastoral districts.
Issued at 5:02 pm Tuesday, 27 December 2016.
A deep low pressure system near Tarcoola is forecast to move south-southeastwards to be over Spencer Gulf by midnight tonight, south of Kangaroo Island by early Wednesday morning and offshore southwest of Mount Gambier by late morning Wednesday.
Heavy rainfall that may lead to flash flooding is likely over the warning area, particularly near and on the eastern flank of the low as it tracks south-southeastwards. The heaviest rainfall is expected to reach the Flinders and Eastern Eyre Peninsula districts by this evening, central districts including the Adelaide Metropolitan area around midnight, then southeastern districts early Wednesday morning.
Damaging winds averaging 60 to 70 km/h with gusts of 90 to 125 km/h are expected over parts of the warning area mostly near and over the eastern side of the low pressure system. Winds averaging 70 to 80 km/h with destructive wind gusts in excess of 125 km/h are possible about elevated areas within the Flinders Ranges, Mid North and Mount Lofty Ranges distrcits.
Locations which may be affected include Adelaide, Whyalla, Renmark, Mount Gambier, Clare, Maitland, Murray Bridge, Kingscote, Naracoorte, Coober Pedy, Roxby Downs and Leigh Creek.
A 104 km/h wind gust with an average wind speed of 81 km/h was recorded at Coober Pedy around 10:13am.
A 93 km/h gust with an average wind speed of 67 km/h was recorded at Woomera around 4:40pm.
In the 24 hours to 9am Ernabella/Pukatja recorded 117mm and Mintabie recorded 83mm.
In the 24 hours to 4:30pm Coober Pedy recorded 59mm and Roxby Downs recorded 21.6mm.
Yeah South Aus coping a forehand, courtesy of ex-tropical depression, then a glancing backhand courtesy of this cut-off low.
Sydney eyeing off hottest year on record, 5th hottest for the country. HERE.
Adelaide clobbered by torrential rain and gales overnight
Prospect remains moderately-high for severe weather through Central Vic (including Melbourne) tomorrow morning through mid-arvo IMO.
Moderate CAPE (GFS)
L.I. Values (GFS):
Dramatic first light to the south of the Bight.
Fk..fly into Tullamarine around 12.. Could be fun.
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING for DAMAGING WINDS and HEAVY RAINFALL
For people in the Central, Northern Country, North Central, North East and parts of the East Gippsland, Mallee, South West, West and South Gippsland and Wimmera Forecast Districts.
Issued at 4:48 pm Wednesday, 28 December 2016.
A weakening low pressure system centred over western Bass Strait is forecast to move away to the south tonight. A broad trough of low pressure will then move over Victoria on Thursday.
DAMAGING WINDS, averaging 60 to 70 km/h with peak gusts of around 110 km/h are expected across elevated areas in the North East and Gippsland. These winds will gradually contract further east and ease overnight. Damaging winds are no longer occurring in the Wimmera, South West, Northern Country, North Central or Central districts.
HEAVY RAIN which may lead to FLASH FLOODING is forecast to develop early Thursday morning in the North East district and eastern parts of the Northern Country district. 24 hour rainfall totals of 100mm are possible, especially if thunderstorms develop Thursday afternoon. Thunderstorms developing Thursday afternoon elsewhere in the warning area may also result in localised HEAVY RAIN which may lead to FLASH FLOODING.
Locations which may be affected by damaging winds include Mt Baw Baw, Mt Buller and Falls Creek.
Locations which may be affected by heavy rain include Mildura, Bendigo, Shepparton, Seymour, Maryborough, Ballarat, Geelong, Melbourne, Wodonga and Wangaratta.
Strongest winds recorded so far today include 107 km/h at Mt Hotham, 104 km/h at Mt Buller and Falls Creek, 102 km/h at Mt Gellibrand and Ben Nevis and 91 km/h at Hopetoun.
Hey Melbourne... Quality evil wind'
Textbook Extratropical Cyclone via Himawari8 1400-1800hrs AEDST.
It is rather beautiful
Went for a late afternoon cool.off at West beach, lathered in sunblock, figure the Uv was set at char. Can't work out if we ended up more sunburnt, windburnt or sandblasted.
GFS going for a solid morning of storms for Melbourne tomorrow.
Whilst, EC liking SOLID convective growth from Grampians to P.P Bay in the afternoon, exclusively.
Access sitting somewhere in the middle.
Looking black n busy over adelaide way
Hopefully just pasted
Nearly 30C at 5:30am here.
Sounding looks good.
Beware holiday time "news". Today we are filling news bulletins with "heatwave" scaremongering. Good change from car accident and drowning score boarding that usually gets a good run at this time of year.
So it begins.
EC on the money thus far.