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Discussion in 'Alpine & Southern' started by Rat trap bindings, Jun 20, 2019.
looks on topic?
Oh but it is....
Hobart dropped into the negatives this morning, -0.2c which is the first time in 6 years below freezing according to Weatherzone. Even Darwin got into the cold action, dropping to 12.7c - their coldest in 8 years.
I saw what you did... Although I'd have preferred if you'd used a smaller image...
Was down to about .7c at our place this morning.
Old Chopps isn't far from Grove, bit higher up in the hills. Tipping his front damn would've frozen over with temps like that.
around 2C in Canterbury.
Frost / ice on the main yarra trail pontoons for the ride to work.
Didn't actually feel that cold TBH.
-5c and -4c in Roma, Qld over the weekend. Made it to about 20c during the day according to my source.
Just over zero near Emerald this morning. Heavy frosts in the paddocks driving to Macclesfield. Coldstream were -1.5c at 7am. Beautiful sunshine now almost 10c.
Team Bears survived the cold start..now sunny and almost warm .Still ..some high cloud. Speckled and laminate cirrus....and maybe some stratocumulus too! Looks pretty settled .
A nice arvo!
Sure is, up to 16 in Melbourne town. Cracker of a sunrise as well this morning, some beautiful colours on display
Perisher is about to hit the Excelerator.
Its certainly a touch of...
Unbelievable amount of snow made there. I wonder if they run the groomer over it in anticipation of rain??
Put the covers on like the cricket ?
I've always wondered about that. Oh and refrigerating the ground under the covers
Bit of a lurker on these predictions/observations threads... I think you are right there Nidecker. they pack it down ungroomed so it freezes over while its still cold next few days and helps then loose less to sun/rain the days follow. A little rain can help a snowpack as long as there is snow straight after it... after such a long cold period rain makes the top layer 'sticky' and so the new snow falls it stops the slip layer of death and that terrible skiing of soft fluffy followed by ice patches as the weight of new snow builds.. note I say a little. 12 hours or more of rain and a NW wind and the hair dryer effect starts. not a sexy subject but lets hope that doesn't happen!
A whale withstands rain better than the snow pushed out.
*not in japan
Moist in Brisbogan this morning.
3 mornings in a row with frozen pipes. -5, -4, -3. I've getting rather bored with this, and rather stinky too.
As the snowmaking week is near end, I thought I might do a video grab of an amazing scene from Blue Cow this morning..
Shower at night?
I did - I showered on Monday night. I'll shower again tonight.