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Discussion in 'Daily & Chat' started by Claude Cat, Oct 1, 2018.
Bosses fell for that.. Let us leave at 3 pm
Given 2 people have lost their lives in the chaos up there I'd say the warnings were well placed
80ml and still ticking over at Umina
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Two nice trees down at my place. A lovely big Banksia and a smaller very full Lilly Pilly. The Lilly Pilly is not out of the ground so I propped it up and hopefully it will recover. The Banksia took out some Grevillia and Melaluca that where looking very nice indeed. Hopefully a rude prune of the busted bits will save them.
A big weekend of native garden renew coming up before Christmas.
My very old rain gauge blew away as well.
Katoomba Falls pumping today
Perhaps that’s why is poured in Sydney the other day!
That opening remark was not lost on Team Bears!
BOM Summer Outlook released:
I think it's interesting that despite the large rainfall totals, the bigger river systems didn't go too crazy. Shows how dry the ground is?
Kangaroo River (downstream of Robertson/Maq pass) didn't crack 6m. I've seen it at 8-10m. Nepean River at Wallacia Weir looks to have peaked at 0.38m, I've kayaked several times at levels higher than that. Wingecarribee is running (which is rare) but not flood levels. Upper Shoalhaven has barely cracked paddleable levels.
For those lazy buggers who can't be bothered watching, here's the summary:
Pic from one of the deckies on the Manly ferry yesterday.
The swell wasn't big ...but it seemed to have alot of carry . Both on the surface and below.
Wind + fetch+ tide
Rain was patchy on the south coast. we only got 24mm at Kiama/Gerroa. Barren grounds above here was probably similar low totals. I'm probably following the Shoalhaven to it's souce tomorrow. Braidwood got 50 all up. Fords should be all open with those totals.
few articles about lately on significance of the swell period too, legacy of wind and fetch as you say.
so how far South of Braidwood ?
be out near Jinden or Krawarri
I read it on the internet so must be true .
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Bureau Home > New South Wales Severe Weather Warning 1
About Severe Weather Warning Services
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
New South Wales
TOP PRIORITY FOR IMMEDIATE BROADCAST
Severe Weather Warning
for DAMAGING WINDS
For people in parts of Snowy Mountains Forecast District.
Issued at 4:58 pm Saturday, 1 December 2018.
Northwesterly winds are expected to increase tonight ahead of an approaching cold front, which will cross southeast New South Wales Sunday morning.
DAMAGING WINDS averaging 75 to 85 km/h, with peak gusts to 100 km/h, are likely in Alpine areas above 1800 metres early Sunday morning.
Locations which may be affected include Mount Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Thredbo.
The State Emergency Service advises that people should:
* Move vehicles under cover or away from trees.
* Secure or put away loose items around your house, yard and balcony.
* Keep at least 8 metres away from fallen power lines or objects that may be energised, such as fences.
* Report fallen power lines to either Ausgrid on 131 388, or Endeavour Energy on 131 003 or Essential Energy on 132 080, as shown on your power bill.
* For emergency help in floods and storms, ring your local SES Unit on 132 500.
The next Severe Weather Warning will be issued by 11:00 pm AEDT Saturday.
Warnings are also available through TV and Radio broadcasts, the Bureau's website at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 218. The Bureau and State Emergency Service would appreciate warnings being broadcast regularly.
just crossing into south west NSW almost at Mildura now.