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Well the thunder storms didn't materialise so low 30s today, that didn't give me a pass, still under orders to paint the front of the house.  Day off tomorrow - probs pee down.

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-7.2 o’night and still -5.6.  Still that’s warmer than Cooma -9.8 and Goulburn -7.4.  Perisher was -10.1

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On 21/06/2023 at 08:10, Bulya said:

-7.2 o’night and still -5.6.  Still that’s warmer than Cooma -9.8 and Goulburn -7.4.  Perisher was -10.1

It hasn't reached freezing where we are but went to visit friends the other day in Sheffield (inland) and it was bitterly cold there.  Cold but sunny here.  We had anther storm last weekend.  It started at about 4 pm and lasted all night.  No damage done and this time the electricity didn't go off.  Real Tassie wintertime.  Supposed to reach 9C here today.

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A bit too hot. It was lovely this morning but no breeze means it's getting very warm this arvo.

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Ridiculously warm for August.  19 again tomorrow and the rest of the week 

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Beautiful blue skies and 30 degrees today.

I have a meeting at 3pm and after that Im going to have a walk along the river and pop in to pub for a nice refreshing pint.

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Forecast to hit 30 here in Hunter today then down to 19 tomorrow 

The vines are springing into life again which is a great sight 

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24 yesterday, 10 today.  Snowing in the ski resorts .

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a nice comfortable mid/low 20s this week.  Much nicer that last week (low 30s).  I was at a wedding on saturday and it made me realise that I could never live in a hot country again.  

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4 hours ago, simmo said:

a nice comfortable mid/low 20s this week.  Much nicer that last week (low 30s).  I was at a wedding on saturday and it made me realise that I could never live in a hot country again.  

Low 20s for me.  Maybe a wee bit warmer as long as it's not humid.

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1 hour ago, Toots said:

Low 20s for me.  Maybe a wee bit warmer as long as it's not humid.

Same here.  Saturday was very humid.  Most people at the wedding were dressed for autumn.  I had a nice new suit but opted for a linen shirt and trousers.  My days of worrying about dress codes are over.  I had to be careful not to outshine the bride though. You know what women can be like 😉

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Going to Windsor north of Sydney on the weekend and they’ve forecast 34 for Saturday.  34 in September!!

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6 hours ago, Bulya said:

Going to Windsor north of Sydney on the weekend and they’ve forecast 34 for Saturday.  34 in September!!

It's 19 here today and very pleasant.  34 at this time of the year doesn't bode well for the summer.  Thinking bushfires.  😫

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16 hours ago, simmo said:

Same here.  Saturday was very humid.  Most people at the wedding were dressed for autumn.  I had a nice new suit but opted for a linen shirt and trousers.  My days of worrying about dress codes are over.  I had to be careful not to outshine the bride though. You know what women can be like 😉

You were probably the only comfortably dressed person at the wedding.   Linen is great in hot weather   ............. it can get a bit wrinkly but feels cool.  😎

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Beautiful in Melbourne today. 

22 degrees early Spring. Lovely walking the dog in the park.

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13 hours ago, unzippy said:

Yeah the ABC are ramping up the fear factor again. Climate change started all the bush fires in Vic the other day ya know - not, as in the case of at least 3 in one locality that I know of, the numpties who started the regular preventive back burn being take by surprise by the wind change. It's all about driving up our fear levels then we will be so much easier to control. Notice how the weather maps are getting redder and redder (worse than my crochet temperature blanket!) - it's all to scare us.

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3 hours ago, Quoll said:

Yeah the ABC are ramping up the fear factor again. 

What, by reporting an announcement from the BOM?

The same announcement that multiple other news agencies are reporting?

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Got nice new Infrared heaters for the man cave and kitchen and haven't been able to use them yet.

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This morning started out very promising.  Warm and sunny.  Off to the beach for a swim.  The sky turned very dark when we were walking home then there was a crack of thunder, a flash of lightening followed by a downpour.  The thunder has been rumbling all day and it's still raining.  We haven't had a really good drenching for over a month so it is quite welcome.

Hope cyclone Jasper isn't causing too much trouble for anyone in north QLD.

 

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Cyclone Jasper hit the coast late this afternoon, news reports are saying destructive winds and heavy rain. Stay safe if your up that way.

https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/cyclone-jasper-crashes-into-queensland-coast-with-fruit-pickers-in-panic-20231213-p5er4y.html

        Cal x

 

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18 minutes ago, calNgary said:

Cyclone Jasper hit the coast late this afternoon, news reports are saying destructive winds and heavy rain. Stay safe if your up that way.

https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/cyclone-jasper-crashes-into-queensland-coast-with-fruit-pickers-in-panic-20231213-p5er4y.html

        Cal x

 

Jasper gave us a flick of its tail, here on the coast, with a few gusts to 47 knots. But not enough rain.

Cheers, Bobj.

 

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Some pics starting to appear on line from the cyclone jasper flooding.

May be an image of body of water and text that says "DEC 14 10:31:02 AM Thursday Images from this camera typically update every 15 minutes throughout the day. Images may be more or less frequent depending upon telecommunication outages ROTARY PARA 5595 S DOUGLAS SHIRECOUNCIL Foxton Bridge- Rotary Park"

May be an image of body of water and text that says "DEC 08:36:12 AM 14 Thursday mages from this camera typically update every minutes throughout the day. Images may b more orle ess frequen depending upon telecommunication outages DOUGLAS DanFeryNoth- Road Ferry North Cape Tribulation"

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