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Old 03-20-2017, 08:43 AM   #4881
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And speaking of summery conditions ........
What's happening in my neck of the woods right now



Been one very humid day, was going to do some work outside but instead decided to be a bum and pretty much stayed indoors with the AC running.
Never saw a weather map like that, but if it means you're getting rain, isn't that a good thing on the world driest continent?
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Old 03-20-2017, 09:00 AM   #4882
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There's a ufo about to land near Whittlesea... or is it just a game of frisbee golf? Casting a fair shadow, mind... or is that a solar eclipse?

Whittlesea does seem to be a fair way away from the sea-side? Perhaps someone whittled it away, see?
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Never saw a weather map like that, but if it means you're getting rain, isn't that a good thing on the world driest continent?
Ha Ha

Top left of the pic, attention to detail Thunderstorm warning The yellow is the general area, the red UFO is the severe part

Oh and here's Victoria's current rain radar



The storms and rain are coming from North to South, when it happens that way, all the tropical warm air comes South and drags with it the moisture from the Pacific, those are the intense storms, like right as I'm typing
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the world driest continent?
Antarctica?
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Top left of the pic, attention to detail
Bureau of Meteorology? So a meteor is about to hit Melbum?
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Poowong is a great name for a town lol
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I think the same goes for the English Summer also, blistering hot Summer
That begs a serious question from me (sorry to be boring!)

What temperature do Aussies consider chilly? I went out one evening in the Blue Mountains and was told I was brave because I didn't wear a jacket. It was 13 degrees centigrade - which I considered a lovely mild evening.

For my part, anything over about 24 and I'm wilting.
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... and here's Victoria's current rain radar

Anything below 16c and I have to consider putting clothes on.
It's still muggy here, showers increasing tomorrow.

Ummm When did Tassie move closer to the Australian mainland?

Will airfares be cheaper now? Yeah, as if!
Why is it cheaper to travel a greater distance overseas?
Can I have my ball back, please?
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What temperature do Aussies consider chilly? I went out one evening in the Blue Mountains and was told I was brave because I didn't wear a jacket. It was 13 degrees centigrade - which I considered a lovely mild evening.
When I went to Australia they asked what temperature it was when I left home, and when I said -22 C every one of them reacted with horror

It was high summer when I was there, but it didn't get hotter than +20 to +25 C. Everyone seemed comfortable with it
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Poowong is a great name for a town lol
Better than living in Poowrong.
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Why is it cheaper to travel a greater distance overseas?
Most airfares are priced largely on frequency/volume. Airlines like to say fuel's a big factor (when its price goes up) but it's generally not as big as we might think.

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