We hit peak Yarra on Sunday, SUP’d 8km from Fairfield to Dights, ensuring we got out before the Falls which were v impressive. A few Oz Olympic kayakers were having fun. Awesome day out on the river, fairly flew past the bay colony.
yeah a friend of mine very nearly died around 2000 from a nasty crypto disease caught paddling at dights falls, but agree, id still go anyway
how did that car in the second photo end up in such an unusual angle?Down at work with the novelty of working internet.
Still a lot of folks out around us. Little street adjoining ours still has trees and power lines down across the road and on top of cars.
Still some unbelievable sights.
Beautiful morning with fog laying low in the valley and making some amazing mountain like formations. Helping provide some distraction.
Came on just after midnight. So relieved and grateful. Ausnet have just released a message saying that 3000 customers around the Dandenongs are now looking at July 10th.Here's hoping today's the day for you.
A friend is a linesman for Ausnet and has been working non-stop other than mandatory breaks. They'll all be exhausted by the time repairs are completed
Came on just after midnight. So relieved and grateful. Ausnet have just released a message saying that 3000 customers around the Dandenongs are now looking at July 10th.
I can’t even. Surely emergency Government assistance must come in to play now.
Fresh this morning, but a super day it's turned into. No wind, and the sun has enough warmth to do garden chores in a T-shirt.
Next couple of days look to follow the same pattern before the rain returns Wednesday afternoon.
Im in melbs atm, was eerily warm at 3am when i finished! Compared to the previous night when it was 3° at 3am... blustery nowVery mild this morning, back to shorts for the ride to work.
Radar shows a broad area of rain, but the state wide AWS network is showing very little of it is ending up on the ground.
We have had 143.76 mm so far this month (crazy). 61mm for May.Nothing kind of day today - overcast, cool morning and light wind. Water is still flowing into the dams from last week's rain, and I still can't mow. Month to date rain is 109.5mm after 113.5mm in May. Year to date is 465mm! Loving it!
Not expecting much from current weather system, as it won't make it over the mountains. Not looking good for the mountains from a snow perspective, although BOM thinking snow for Hotham tomorrow.
Its really getting stopped by the force field today.Dry as a bone here in Port Melbourne, sunny even.
We even managed to have a data flight in the Cessna out of Moorabbin.
It looks a bit heavier on the other side of the range, some might pop through.