Non-technical term.Forgive the ignorance but what is pinching?
Yet, nothing in the district or Jindy forecast.My BOM app flagged chance of snow on the Jindy North Shore for this morning.
SSW, negative wind chill and a few clouds = snow flurries at 1170m
Persistent moderate Southerly will offer little, to no bath time today, I'd expect. Should suit your dogs well.Jindy sits in a warm bath.
Currently 3.5d with a forecast of 5d max for Jindy North Shore but .... the wind will mean that 5max will be behind the shed in a break in the clouds.
The BOM app gives hourly granularity with lovely info graphics that tell a pretty good picture about what to expect.
The Snowy Mountsins forecast summary is much more broadly based.
The dogs just wandered in and are coiled up in the carpet, the little one isn't too keen on the wind and the big one likes the carpet
it's a cold day it is.
It's all BOM, just presented in different formats
AXS-R is superseded by AXS-C (hi-res/mesoscale model). It's data is used from 36 hours out.I am absolutely happy to be corrected, but I think that while most forecasts are based on ACCESS G some are still ACCESS R??
On another note, has anyone seen this??
KNP, even though I searched Perisher?
Winds out of the South suggest a bit of fohen effect, perhaps. Thredbo upstream of Peri.Sharp 4C difference between Top Station and PV BOM temps at present. Usually on miserable cold days like this it's a bit closer. But PV could drop quickly again after noon and maybe tthose machines will roar back to life while camski at work.