http://australiasevereweather.com/ From: "Duncan & Mandy" To: Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 00:08:37 +0930 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 48-1312328/28178 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Lightbulb (offtopic) I agree! Sums up some of the threads found on this list very well! 9 mm in about 10 minutes in Alice Springs on Thursday. That's the only rain we've had in the past 2 weeks. Plenty of rain and storms in the surrounding country, but all seems to bypass here. Many days in a row of plus 38 degrees and around 30% humidity. Tonight a dust storm seems to have settled in town - everyone's driving around with their fog lights on. I suppose there's not many other uses for them here! Cheers, Duncan Alice Springs, N.T. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Matt Smith" To: Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 4:26 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Lightbulb (offtopic) > LOL! > > Thats the funniest email Ive read in a while! Thanks for sharing. > > Matt Smith > > Stargazer wrote: > > > How many discussion group posters does it take to change a lightbulb? > > ===================================================================== > > > > 1 to change the light bulb and to post that the light bulb has been > > changed > > > > 14 to share similar experiences of changing light bulbs and how the > > light bulb could have been changed differently > > > > 7 to caution about the dangers of changing light bulbs > > > > 6 to argue over whether it's "lightbulb" or "light bulb" > > > > 2 industry professionals to inform the group that the proper term is > > "lamp" > > > > 15 know-it-alls who claim they were in the industry, and that "light > > bulb" is perfectly correct > > > > 19 to post that this forum is not about light bulbs and to please > > take this discussion to a lightbulb forum > > > > 11 to defend the posting to this forum saying that we all use light > > bulbs and therefore the posts are relevant to this forum > > > > 36 to debate which method of changing light bulbs is superior, where > > to buy the best light bulbs, what brand of light bulbs work best for > > this technique and what brands are faulty > > > > 7 to post URL's where one can see examples of different light bulbs > > > > 4 to post that the URL's were posted incorrectly and then post the > > corrected URL's > > > > 3 to post about links they found from the URL's that are relevant to > > this group which makes light bulbs relevant to this group > > > > 13 to link all posts to date, quote them in their entirety including > > all headers and signatures, and add "Me too" > > > > 5 to post to the group that they will no longer post because they > > cannot handle the light bulb controversy > > > > 4 to say "didn't we go through this already a short time ago?" > > > > 13 to say "do a Google search on light bulbs before posting questions > > about light bulbs" > > > > 1 forum lurker to respond to the original post 6 months from now and > > start it all over again. > > > > Regs, Paul. > > (Stargazer) > > http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Keith Barnett" To: "Weather list" Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 06:48:46 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 96-1312329/28178 Subject: aus-wx: Weather summary--January 2004
Summaries of my observations for January 2004 have now been posted.
 
Click the link below then navigate to the Data Reports page.
 
Keith Barnett
Weather fanatic and classical musician
Website: www.wthrman.com
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From: "David Simpson" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 16:44:27 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-21652/31157 Subject: aus-wx: Chase Report Hunter Valley Jan 24-26

Hi everyone.

 

Last weekend I moved the Victorian border further north and chased the Hunter Valley, total 2800km covered! After a couple of full days preparation I have now completed a full report with images, video, etc. which can be found here.

 

(http://www.stormplanet.com/chase240104.htm).

 

Thanks.

 

 

David Simpson

 

 

From: "Simon Angell" To: Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 17:08:54 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2720.3000 X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - mite.vosn.net X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [0 0] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - canberra-wx.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-21716/4112 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Chase Report Hunter Valley Jan 24-26
Posted by Dave...Last weekend I moved the Victorian border further north
 
Ahhhh, so that was that general stench that blew through over that weekend... I wondered what it was. Please tell us NSW/ACT folk when u decided to do that again, so we can issue a SSW (Severe Stench Warning) and we can get the gas masks out....Bloody smelly mexicans :P
 
OOOOOOHHHHHHHH - btw, AWESOME (NSW) Report Dave.
 
Cheers
Simon
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Subject: aus-wx: Chase Report Hunter Valley Jan 24-26

Hi everyone.

 

Last weekend I moved the Victorian border further north and chased the Hunter Valley, total 2800km covered! After a couple of full days preparation I have now completed a full report with images, video, etc. which can be found here.

 

(http://www.stormplanet.com/chase240104.htm).

 

Thanks.

 

 

David Simpson

 

 


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From: "Weathernut" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: NeoMail 1.26 X-IPAddress: 203.220.163.172 Date: Sun, 01 Feb 2004 02:25:56 -0500 X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - neptune.hiddenservers.com X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [638 641] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - neptune.hiddenservers.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 3-212045/30980 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Chase Report Hunter Valley Jan 24-26 Im going to become a mexican soon ;).. Don`t know when im moving to VIC but it could be sometime this month!.. I was down south on the border on new years day and i can tell ya the mexicans are not smelly ;) and there roads are better then the Cockroaches[NSW](Rocky Roads heheh) just ask the cane toads :P Ok i stop being silly now. ;) Great report David and photo`s :).. I guess your hoping SE QLD and NE NSW to share there storms with Southern NSW and VIC ;) .. Could be some stormy weather tommorow so i hope ya poor vic`s get some storms ;).. > This is a multi-part message in MIME format. > > > Posted by Dave...Last weekend I moved the Victorian border further north > > Ahhhh, so that was that general stench that blew through over that weekend... I wondered what it was. Please tell us NSW/ACT folk when u decided to do that again, so we can issue a SSW (Severe Stench Warning) and we can get the gas masks out....Bloody smelly mexicans :P > > OOOOOOHHHHHHHH - btw, AWESOME (NSW) Report Dave. > > Cheers > Simon > ----- Original Message ----- > From: David Simpson > To: Aussie Weather > Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 4:44 PM > Subject: aus-wx: Chase Report Hunter Valley Jan 24-26 > > > Hi everyone. > > > > Last weekend I moved the Victorian border further north and chased the Hunter Valley, total 2800km covered! After a couple of full days preparation I have now completed a full report with images, video, etc. which can be found here. > > > > (http://www.stormplanet.com/chase240104.htm). > > > > Thanks. > > > > > > David Simpson > > > > > > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Scanned with AVG > with the very latest Virus definition files. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.562 / Virus Database: 354 - Release Date: 19/1/2004 > > > -- Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia http://www.weatherwatching.net +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: anewts1 at boomspeed.com To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: Boomspeed Webmail 1.25 X-IPAddress: 203.51.89.131 Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 05:03:10 -0600 (CST) Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 25-212045/30980 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Lightning Show Darwin 17 Jan 04 Hey Paul Awesome pics you have there...looks like you had a great time with the camera. Very very well done! Andrew ----------------------------------------------------------- Boomspeed Webmail - http://webmail.boomspeed.com/ 100 MBytes webspace, Spam filtered & Virus protected E-Mail All for only $6/month. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "arky dave" To: Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 14:55:57 -0600 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 2-212157/14203 Subject: aus-wx: Jan 2004:
Hello Again, Wonderful Friends: Heres some weather numbers for Jan 2004 in Mena, Arkansas:
 
Avg. Max.: 50.2F(10.1C)
Avg. Min.: 31.8F(-0.1C)
Highest Max.: 68F(20.0C) Jan 3
Lowest Min.: 14F(-10.0C) Jan 27
     Highest Min.: 65F(18.3C) Jan 3
     Lowest Max.: 29F(-1.6C) Jan 5
Rain for January: 4.80"(121.9mm)
                            (+2.10"/+53.3mm)
Rain for Year: 4.80"(121.9mm)
                        (+2.10"/+53.3mm)
10 raindays in month.
19 days had min temps of 32F(0C) or lower.
Snow flurries on Jan 26 & 27th.
 
Wishing ALL A Blessed, Safe, Happy & Prosperous month of February.
Yours~~~David Powell
From: "Paul Mossman" To: Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 06:58:18 +0930 X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook, Build 11.0.5510 Thread-Index: AcPot1Y8UtzwANwPRmOFvcK2t9I/SAAUuFJw Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-212233/24302 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Lightning Show Darwin 17 Jan 04 Hey Andrew! Welcome back! Hope your holiday was excellent! Thanks for the kind words - look forward to some of your Bali shots! :) Paul -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of anewts1 at boomspeed.com Sent: Sunday, 1 February 2004 8:33 PM To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Subject: Re: aus-wx: Lightning Show Darwin 17 Jan 04 Hey Paul Awesome pics you have there...looks like you had a great time with the camera. Very very well done! Andrew ----------------------------------------------------------- Boomspeed Webmail - http://webmail.boomspeed.com/ 100 MBytes webspace, Spam filtered & Virus protected E-Mail All for only $6/month. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ XAntiVirus: This e-mail has been scanned for viruses via the Connexus Internet Service From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 13:15:04 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22439/17245 Subject: RE: aus-wx: And after the show is over.. Hi All, Well no severe storms in Brisbane itself on Saturday, but 50ks to the North East was another story. If you have ever wondered what convection looks like in lifted index environment of around -10, check this out: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/31Jan04/310104a.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/31Jan04/310104b.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/31Jan04/310104c.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/31Jan04/310104d.jpg Even though I was about 50ks from this cell, I could easily see the updrafts rising with the naked eye. Time between (b) and (c) is 2 mins 20 secs, and between (c) and (d) is 1 min 46 secs. But what a difference lack of moisture makes, I was in the dry air behind the trough line with a brilliant clear sky and a Lifted index of about +4C (air temp at ground level 34C). Q: What was the most common sound in Brisbane last week? A: Chainsaws Here are some damage snaps from Friday's storm: Mt. Ommaney shopping centre car park: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104d.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104e.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104f.jpg Q: How to impress your neighbours (not)? A: Allow YOUR tree to totally demolish THEIR front yard (Kenmore) www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104g.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104h.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104i.jpg More damage in Kenmore: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104j.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104k.jpg And the tree it came from: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104l.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104m.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104n.jpg Saved by the chimney: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104o.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104p.jpg Tree snapped in half: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104q.jpg And where it ended up: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104r.jpg This was a BIG tree: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104s.jpg Fig tree pocket Rd. The large tree (pieces) in the foreground came down in Friday afternoon's storm, just 10m from the one in the background, which was from Thursday afternoon's storm. The road was blocked for several hours on both occasions. www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104t.jpg Carpark at Jindalee Homebase: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104u.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104v.jpg www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104w.jpg Damage to sails at McDonalds: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104x.jpg When a tree is snapped off like this (Jindalee), and the immediate surrounding trees are undamaged, then you either have borers, or it was hit by lightning. This looks like the latter: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104y.jpg A spotted gum standing just behind this sound proof fence, came down like a knife through butter, crushing the rear of a Red Fox transport and blocking Centenary Hwy: www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/30Jan04/300104z.jpg Enjoy, John. --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 14:38:47 +1100 (EST) From: "Bostech Studios" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Importance: Normal X-Mailer: VisualMail 3.0 ( http://www.minter.com.ar/visualmail ) Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22454/21672 Subject: aus-wx: East Coast of Tassie still "going off" G'day All, Must be close to 7 days straight of thunderstorm activity for the East Coast of Tas. Some nice Cb's can be seen on the web cam at 14:30 http://www.coastview.com.au/bayfires/bayfires_camera.htm Went trout fishing yesterday arvo in the flooded Mersey river, but ended up chasing a storm the passed east of Sheffield, had no camera, hence no photos :-( Regards, Andrew. -- www.tasmail.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 18:26:48 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22842/28860 Subject: aus-wx: Groundhog day Biut of un-usual reading but enlightening none the less. http://www.stormfax.com/ghogday.htm Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 17:32:29 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22839/28173 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Gustnado?? Hi All, Well after all the severe storms ripping in from the West last week, quite a surprise to have a strong rain squall move in from the North East this arvo. Very windy, and this feature appeared for about 2 mins on the leading edge. Looks a bit sus, more of a smokenado than a gustnado I think... www.pixelcom.net/jrw/stormpic/02Feb04/020204a.jpg John. --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Adam Mayo" To: Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 18:53:05 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-222044/2665 Subject: Re: aus-wx: East Coast of Tassie still "going off" I just looked now and it appears that the Bay of Fires is living up to its name or is it a quite large water spout visible on the web cam. Judy ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bostech Studios" To: Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 2:38 PM Subject: aus-wx: East Coast of Tassie still "going off" > G'day All, > > Must be close to 7 days straight of thunderstorm activity for the East Coast of Tas. > > Some nice Cb's can be seen on the web cam at 14:30 > http://www.coastview.com.au/bayfires/bayfires_camera.htm > > Went trout fishing yesterday arvo in the flooded Mersey river, but ended up chasing a storm the passed east of Sheffield, had no camera, hence no photos :-( > > Regards, > > Andrew. > > -- > www.tasmail.com > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Adam Mayo" To: Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 19:02:40 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 2-222044/2665 Subject: aus-wx: Mona Vale NSW Storm Our garden was pleased to receive 23.5mm in about 20 minutes this afternoon around 3.30. The storm came fast and with strong wind which actually whipped the rain around in all directions. The temperature dropped rapidly as well but we didn't think to get the before and after temps. Does anyone know how much it dropped with the storm. A neighbour told me that there was some local flooding with cars caught in it on the corner of Pittwater Rd and Barranjoey Rd in Mona Vale, near the Chemist shop. Judy Mayo. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 16:08:50 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Mon, 02 Feb 2004 16:08:50 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 5-222044/2665 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Groundhog day Hi Bussy, on the same topic I received this gem yesterday: ================================================ From: [snip] To: [snip] Subject: Fw: [WX-TALK] Federal government recognizes Punxsutawney Phil > NWS and IBM are working to interconnect 256 groundhogs into a massively > parallel forecasting processor. Engineers claim the system, when > operational, will be able to accurately predict weather patterns until the > end of this century. A spokesman for the National Weather Service > Employees Association however, says IBM's claims are "highly overrated" and > that a machine-rodent interface is no match for experienced human > forecasters using pattern recognition analysis. Meanwhile, PETA and ASPCA > are questioning just how the groundhogs are being linked together. They > cite a failed attempt in 2002 to connect a dozen 20 amp groundhogs into a > 40 amp circuit. "The smell and the smoke were horrible", said an unnamed > source with ASPCA, "and all they got for it were the current conditions in > Newark". ================================================ Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 18:26:48 +1100 Subject: aus-wx: Groundhog day > Biut of un-usual reading but enlightening none the less. > > http://www.stormfax.com/ghogday.htm > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 08:26:06 +0000 (GMT) From: Mario Paul To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 8-222044/2665 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Mona Vale NSW Storm not sure about temps but i went for a drive around the airport suburbs and i saw some flashflooding there too. Also before I went for my little drive I was looking out my living room window towards the city and eastern suburbs and i saw a definite wall cloud with rotation.... also a lot of scud being sucked up in strong updrafts. Above the wall cloud there was a very nice corkscrew tower shooting up. I took 2 photos.... i'll see how they come out, fingers crossed. I was hoping a funnel would form but no such luck. --- Adam Mayo wrote: > Our garden was pleased to receive 23.5mm in about 20 > minutes this afternoon > around 3.30. > The storm came fast and with strong wind which > actually whipped the rain > around in all directions. The temperature dropped > rapidly as well but we > didn't think to get the before and after temps. > Does anyone know how much > it dropped with the storm. > A neighbour told me that there was some local > flooding with cars caught in > it on the corner of Pittwater Rd and Barranjoey Rd > in Mona Vale, near the > Chemist shop. > Judy Mayo. > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather > your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------cob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ===== I used to have a psychic girlfriend but she left me before we met! ___________________________________________________________ BT Yahoo! Broadband - Free modem offer, sign up online today and save 80 http://btyahoo.yahoo.co.uk +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "David Simpson" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 20:05:49 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 14-222044/2665 Subject: aus-wx: "Today Show" Interview Tues Feb 3rd

Hi,

 

James Harris and I will be appearing on Channel Nine's Today Show tomorrow morning at around 7.40 a.m. AEDT.

James will be in the Sydney studio whilst I will be set up in the Melbourne Studio.

If you're about you may wish to take a look!

 

Cheers

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 20:40:49 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 16-222045/2665 Subject: aus-wx: The wind blows The Wind Sure Does Blow....." A visitor asked a West Texas cowboy, "Do you ever get tornadoes out here?" The cowboy replied, "Yeah, we had one a while back, but it ran into a sandstorm outside of town and got ripped to pieces." The wind blows so hard out in West Texas that at a drive-in theatre it once blew Gene Autry right out of the saddle." A visitor to Amarillo asked a local rancher, "How do you stand the wind blowing every single day?" The rancher said, "You just have to get used to it -- learn to lean into it. In fact, one day last fall the wind stopped blowing all of a sudden, and all the cattle in the panhandle plumb fell over." It was so windy the prairie dogs were digging holes 40 feet in the air. During a period of heavy sandstorms, a rancher visited his banker and applied for a loan. The banker warned him, "I'll have to come out and inspect the property first." The rancher replied, "That won't be necessary. Here it comes now." Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 20:57:46 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 17-222045/2665 Subject: Re: aus-wx: The wind blows At 08:40 PM 2/02/2004, you wrote: >During a period of heavy sandstorms, a rancher visited his banker and >applied for a loan. The banker warned him, "I'll have to come out and >inspect the property first." The rancher replied, "That won't be necessary. >Here it comes now." Sounds like Melbourne 1983, with a Mallee farmer at a city bank. :-) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Brett Vilnis" To: Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 20:58:20 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 18-222045/2665 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Mona Vale NSW Storm Windsor got much the same with high winds (over 80km) Lightning, and hail at least golfball size. From what I could see the storm had good rotation in the updraft area and great inflow before the hail hit, possible supercell? I haven't seen any data on the storm yet has I was on the road filming when it hit and wouldn't make that call with my limited knowledge. Feed back on the storm would be appreciated. You can view some stills of the hail storm here http://www.stormchasing.com.au/modules.php?name=coppermine&file=thumbnails&a lbum=9 . Brett ----- Original Message ----- From: "Adam Mayo" To: Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 7:02 PM Subject: aus-wx: Mona Vale NSW Storm > Our garden was pleased to receive 23.5mm in about 20 minutes this afternoon > around 3.30. > The storm came fast and with strong wind which actually whipped the rain > around in all directions. The temperature dropped rapidly as well but we > didn't think to get the before and after temps. Does anyone know how much > it dropped with the storm. > A neighbour told me that there was some local flooding with cars caught in > it on the corner of Pittwater Rd and Barranjoey Rd in Mona Vale, near the > Chemist shop. > Judy Mayo. > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 09:55:09 +1100 (EST) From: "Bostech Studios" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Importance: Normal X-Mailer: VisualMail 3.0 ( http://www.minter.com.ar/visualmail ) Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 4-222359/20816 Subject: Re: aus-wx: East Coast of Tassie still "going off" G'day Judy & All, A water spout would be cool! Look's like today might be the first settled day in whats been 8 days straight of storms :-( Oh well, I guess it's been fun while it lasted, now I guess I'll have to wait another fews years for this type of event to happen again. Yesterday, Devonport received another thunderstorm around 14:30, while Burnie stayed fine and had the top temp for the state,(25 C) - what a difference 30km can make. It's a shame I work in Burnie. Regards, Andrew On Monday, February 02, 2004 at 06:53:05 PM, aussie-weather at world.std.com wrote: > I just looked now and it appears that the Bay of Fires is living up to its > name or is it a quite large water spout visible on the web cam. > Judy > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Bostech Studios" > To: > Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 2:38 PM > Subject: aus-wx: East Coast of Tassie still "going off" > > > > G'day All, > > > > Must be close to 7 days straight of thunderstorm activity for the East > Coast of Tas. > > > > Some nice Cb's can be seen on the web cam at 14:30 > > http://www.coastview.com.au/bayfires/bayfires_camera.htm > > > > Went trout fishing yesterday arvo in the flooded Mersey river, but ended > up chasing a storm the passed east of Sheffield, had no camera, hence no > photos :-( > > > > Regards, > > > > Andrew. > > > > -- > > www.tasmail.com > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > -- www.tasmail.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 14:00:49 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-2348/566 Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite entertaining and nice and light hearted. Good work men! Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 07:57:07 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: "Aussie Weather" X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 04 Feb 2004 07:57:07 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 24-2132451/12513 Subject: aus-wx: Test Test. Suddenly quiet isn't it! Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: racetime+racetime.com.au at mail.racetime.com.au X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 5.1 Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 11:20:54 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Stephen Rowe X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - wombat.globalnamehost.com X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [47 12] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - racetime.com.au Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 30-2132451/12513 Subject: Re: aus-wx: T e s t You are aware that the subject line Test is NOT the best to use at present given the current virus' around that are using it to spread themselves? A number of mail servers have been set up to automatically delete any emails with the keywords used for this virus - including the subject line Text... At 4/02/2004 10:57 4/02/2004, you wrote: >Test. >Suddenly quiet isn't it! >Phil RaceTime / RaceNews Melbourne Australia web : http://www.racetime.com.au email: racetime at racetime.com.au news: www.racenews.com.au email: racenews at racenews.com.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 09:38:57 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 04 Feb 2004 09:38:57 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 46-2132451/12513 Subject: Re: aus-wx: T e s t Hmmmm. Didn't think about that. I got back my message though, which was the main point of the testing. I was worried that my anti-virus and anti-spam filters which had all been adjusted yesterday were turning away aus-wx posts because I hadn't seen any posts since I had made my last adjustment. Maybe next time I should write a longer subject line like, "This is a real fair-dinkum test by Phil; please delete without bothering to open," or something similar. Anyway, apologies to any I may have unnecessarily worried by my choice of subject line. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: Stephen Rowe To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 11:20:54 +1100 Subject: Re: aus-wx: T e s t > You are aware that the subject line Test is NOT the best to use at > present > given the current virus' around that are using it to spread themselves? > > A number of mail servers have been set up to automatically delete any > emails with the keywords used for this virus - including the subject > line > Text... > > At 4/02/2004 10:57 4/02/2004, you wrote: > >Test. > >Suddenly quiet isn't it! > >Phil > > RaceTime / RaceNews > Melbourne Australia > web : http://www.racetime.com.au > email: racetime at racetime.com.au > news: www.racenews.com.au > email: racenews at racenews.com.au > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 14:21:23 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 18-2132454/13667 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Test At 10:57 AM 4/02/2004, you wrote: >Test. >Suddenly quiet isn't it! Fine, sunny, no storms... so no posts! :D 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 14:22:11 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 6-2132454/13667 Subject: Re: aus-wx: T e s t At 12:38 PM 4/02/2004, you wrote: >Maybe next time I should write a longer subject line like, "This is a >real fair-dinkum test by Phil; please delete without bothering to open," LOL, but yes, this would have been a good idea. :) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "David Simpson" To: Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 17:28:48 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 38-2132454/13667 Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv Cheers David Simpson www.stormplanet.com -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Bussy Sent: Tuesday, 3 February 2004 2:01 PM To: aussie-weather Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite entertaining and nice and light hearted. Good work men! Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Adam Mayo" To: Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 18:11:05 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 49-2132454/13667 Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 We caught the interview too, you guys did well. The film footage and photos came across great. ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Simpson" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 5:28 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of > interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. > > To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv > > Cheers > > David Simpson > www.stormplanet.com > > > -----Original Message----- > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Bussy > Sent: Tuesday, 3 February 2004 2:01 PM > To: aussie-weather > Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview > > Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite > entertaining and nice and light hearted. Good work men! > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Simon Angell" To: Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 18:18:59 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2720.3000 X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - mite.vosn.net X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [47 12] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - canberra-wx.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 53-2132454/13667 Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 Just d/loaded and watched the clip, great work guys! Also, congrats to Jimmy and David C. on the ACA story, great stuff again! Simon ----- Original Message ----- From: "Adam Mayo" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 6:11 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > We caught the interview too, you guys did well. The film footage and > photos came across great. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "David Simpson" > To: > Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 5:28 PM > Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > > > > Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of > > interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. > > > > To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv > > > > Cheers > > > > David Simpson > > www.stormplanet.com > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Bussy > > Sent: Tuesday, 3 February 2004 2:01 PM > > To: aussie-weather > > Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview > > > > Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite > > entertaining and nice and light hearted. 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Scanned with AVG with the very latest Virus definition files. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.576 / Virus Database: 365 - Release Date: 1/2/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 20:23:56 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 55-2132454/13667 Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 Yes...it will take over an hour to download my end. never mind. Cheers ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Simpson" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 7:28 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of > interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. > > To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv > > Cheers > > David Simpson > www.stormplanet.com > > > -----Original Message----- > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Bussy > Sent: Tuesday, 3 February 2004 2:01 PM > To: aussie-weather > Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview > > Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite > entertaining and nice and light hearted. Good work men! > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Max" To: Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 19:58:19 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 70-2132454/13667 Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 Excellent work James and Dave!!!!! (My goodness, aren't we all becoming media targets atm?!?!?) lol Max ----- Original Message ----- From: "Simon Angell" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 6:18 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > Just d/loaded and watched the clip, great work guys! > Also, congrats to Jimmy and David C. on the ACA story, great stuff again! > > Simon > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Adam Mayo" > To: > Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 6:11 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > > > > We caught the interview too, you guys did well. The film footage and > > photos came across great. > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "David Simpson" > > To: > > Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 5:28 PM > > Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > > > > > > > Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of > > > interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. > > > > > > To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv > > > > > > Cheers > > > > > > David Simpson > > > www.stormplanet.com > > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Bussy > > > Sent: Tuesday, 3 February 2004 2:01 PM > > > To: aussie-weather > > > Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview > > > > > > Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite > > > entertaining and nice and light hearted. 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hi folks
 
my question is this
 
what models or forumlas ,  could I use , for predicting , storms, hail , super cells, and or any other forms., by useing information from a weather station , with the following sensors
 
wind speed
rain
temperatuire
humidity
barometer
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any help on this would be verry much appreciated
Stephen
 
 
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Embedded Content: DefaultLogoWhiteBkgnd.gif: 00000001,6654f037,00000000,00000000 X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 11:24:07 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 42-2132456/14404 Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 At 05:28 PM 4/02/2004, you wrote: >Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of >interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. > >To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv Excellent work guys! :) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Brett Vilnis" To: Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2004 19:20:13 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 123-2132456/14404 Subject: aus-wx: Australian Storm Chaser Meeting 21/02/04

The February 21st 2004 meeting agenda. This meeting is a Video and Slide
Night Special since there have been ample footage, colourful slides and
photographs gathered in recent times. The storm structures are some of the
most spectacular in years.

Firstly some news. There are plans to introduce a revolutionary concept in
one of the future meetings. This will still happen and will be announced in
due course. As I said when it goes ahead, it will be history in the making.
We will keep you posted. The Australian Storm Chasers is absolutely FREE to
attend and to receive colourful newsletters.

Anyone who attends the meeting, feel free to help yourself to a cup of
coffee and drinks. And then the BBQ will begin about 5pm. JUST A REMINDER -
IF THERE IS A STORM CHASE ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING THE BBQ MAY BE DELAYED.
PLEASE CHECK NOTICES AS TO THE MEETING DEFINITELY GOING AHEAD - only
distant chases cancel meetings.

Being a BBQ meeting, the BBQ will begin by 5pm and the meeting /
presentations 6:30pm. If you cannot make the BBQ or the start of the
meeting, feel free to come along whatever time you can make it. The
presentations are well worth attending and will last until 10:30pm mark.
Due to the overload of material available for this meeting, a 20 minute
time limit will need to be in place so that others can present theirs in
due course. If you would like to present, please e-mail me the details and
it will be included in this meeting - if no place available - the next
meeting definitely.

The meeting program for the evening:

Presentation 1)

David Croan will lead a discussion on some of his recent storms as well as
on how chasers and storm spotters should report storm structure. Examples
will be presented including some of his recent chases. The rotation in real
time shows an impressive classic supercell structure.

http://www.thunderbolttours.com/stills_au_04/0128dc09_sm.jpg


Presentation 2)

Jeff Brislane will present his slide show on storm structure and impressive
lightning bolts! This will complement though will have to be separate from
Matthew Piper's presentation on his storm footage of much of the same
storms (see below). If you are a slide fanatic, you can't miss this. This
includes the recent HP supercell

http://www.stormchasing.com.au/modules/coppermine/albums/userpics/10020/thumb_Supercell%20Panorama.jpg


Presentation 3)

Jimmy Deguara will present an entertaining highly edited video footage
including timelapse of recent storms.

http://www.australiasevereweather.com/video/thumbs/2003/1212jd003.jpg

Presentation 4)

Brett Vilnis will present his video footage on the recent hailstorm that
clobbered his car. Some of this material was aired in the recent weather
media.
http://www.stormchasing.com.au/modules/coppermine/albums/userpics/020204/thumb_020204001.jpg

Presentation 5)

Matthew Piper will present his footage of recent events to complement Jeff
Brislane's slides in motion. Excellent footage of structure as well as
lightning.

http://www.stormchasing.com.au/modules/coppermine/albums/userpics/10020/thumb_HP%20Supercell%204.jpg

The venue:

Level 2 245 George Street
WINDSOR, NSW  2756

http://australiasevereweather.com/temp/maps/mapwindsor.gif

ease contact Brett Vilnis to register interest in attending
manager at myisp.net.au

On the night, you can phone   0408020468  as we need to let people in the
security door. Anyone curious about severe weather or have been affected in
some way by recent events, feel free to come along.


Regards,

Brett

From: "Simon Fearby" To: Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2004 19:32:22 +1100 Organization: Fearby.com Software X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook, Build 11.0.5510 Thread-Index: AcPq8BV7nka+6B2iSeWJ/nXsJeSEYAAwssEA Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 128-2132456/14404 Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 >Yes...it will take over an hour to download my end. never mind. Never fear Download a 6MB version of the video here: http://simon.fearby.com/weather/2004/feb/03/int030204_small.wmv The video still remains the property of David Simpson/The Today Show. Simon -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Steven Williams Sent: Wednesday, 4 February 2004 6:24 PM To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Subject: Re: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 Yes...it will take over an hour to download my end. never mind. Cheers ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Simpson" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 7:28 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx:Today Show Interview 3-2-04 > Thanks Bussy. The interview is available online but it may only be of > interest to broadband users as it's a 16meg file. > > To view it, the link is: http://www.stormplanet.com/todayint030204.wmv > > Cheers > > David Simpson > www.stormplanet.com > > > -----Original Message----- > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Bussy > Sent: Tuesday, 3 February 2004 2:01 PM > To: aussie-weather > Subject: aus-wx: Light hearted interview > > Just caught the interview on the "Today show" this morning. Quite > entertaining and nice and light hearted. Good work men! > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather > your_email_address" in the body of your message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather > your_email_address" in the body of your message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 22:15:23 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 16-2132460/15635 Subject: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. Finally got my streaming audio server working, which will allow me to stream the weekly IRLP SKYWARN net to the Internet. The SKYWARN net occurs every Sunday at 0000 UTC (11AM Eastern Summer Time, 10AM for QLD, 10:30AM for Adelaide, 9:30 for Darwin and 8AM for Perth. :) ). The format is a checkin session which goes for a little over half an hour, followed by a training session. They are currently going through a US spotters manual. After that manual is complete, they intend to work through the BoM spotters manual. The stream is currently on test, with some test audio (scanner freaks will recognise the content! :D ) for the rest of this evening (until around midnight Melb time). Point your favourite MP3 player to http://redhat.irlp.net:8002 I hope to have full time transmission all weekend, including Sunday's SKYWARN net. :) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2004 22:09:17 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 27-2132460/15635 Subject: Re: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. ok ty tony listening to it in brisbane qld au on air 10:08 pm thursday night ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" To: Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 9:15 PM Subject: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. > Finally got my streaming audio server working, which will allow me to > stream the weekly IRLP SKYWARN net to the Internet. > > The SKYWARN net occurs every Sunday at 0000 UTC (11AM Eastern Summer Time, > 10AM for QLD, 10:30AM for Adelaide, 9:30 for Darwin and 8AM for Perth. :) > ). The format is a checkin session which goes for a little over half an > hour, followed by a training session. They are currently going through a > US spotters manual. After that manual is complete, they intend to work > through the BoM spotters manual. > > The stream is currently on test, with some test audio (scanner freaks will > recognise the content! :D ) for the rest of this evening (until around > midnight Melb time). Point your favourite MP3 player to > > http://redhat.irlp.net:8002 > > I hope to have full time transmission all weekend, including Sunday's > SKYWARN net. :) > > > > 73 de VK3JED > http://vkradio.com > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 23:28:35 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 30-2132460/15635 Subject: Re: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. At 11:09 PM 5/02/2004, you wrote: >ok ty tony >listening to it in brisbane qld au >on air 10:08 pm thursday night Cool. I've just patch the input to the main system. Main activity expected is tomorrow night, a major informal chat net known as the "virtual pub", and of course, the skywarn net on Sunday morning... :) I'll try and post another reminder. :) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Adam Mayo" To: Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 16:22:42 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 16-21413/16977 Subject: aus-wx: Where has the Radar Gone Hi Guys, Is it just me, or is everyone affected. I cannot access any radar at all 6.2.04, tried NSW, VIC and Brisbane. Also notice that there hasn't been a message since 11.32pm on the 5.2.04. Hope that the internet problem is not the cause. Judy Mayo. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 16:10:56 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 142-21413/16977 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Where has the Radar Gone so far the marburg radar is ok sydney radar is ok melbourne radar is ok all 3 radars were checked by stephen galowski from brisbane qld au 04:10 pm 06-02-04 ----- Original Message ----- From: "Adam Mayo" To: Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 3:22 PM Subject: aus-wx: Where has the Radar Gone > Hi Guys, > Is it just me, or is everyone affected. I cannot access any radar at all > 6.2.04, tried NSW, VIC and Brisbane. Also notice that there hasn't been a > message since 11.32pm on the 5.2.04. > Hope that the internet problem is not the cause. > Judy Mayo. > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ XAntiVirus: This e-mail has been scanned for viruses via the Connexus Internet Service From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 16:17:13 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 31-21413/16977 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Where has the Radar Gone Might be just you, BoM radar is up to date for me as at 4:17pm EST John. -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Adam Mayo Sent: Friday, 6 February 2004 3:23 PM To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Subject: aus-wx: Where has the Radar Gone Hi Guys, Is it just me, or is everyone affected. I cannot access any radar at all 6.2.04, tried NSW, VIC and Brisbane. Also notice that there hasn't been a message since 11.32pm on the 5.2.04. Hope that the internet problem is not the cause. Judy Mayo. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ --- Incoming mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: "Aussie Weather" X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 66-21413/16977 Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Hi all, I have just looked at http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on Melbourne's weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most livable cities. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Ashton H Anderson" To: Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 08:41:31 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4807.1700 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 157-21413/16977 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather summary--January 2004
Keith, when ever I visit your site I seem to find new and interesting data and general weather information.
I really appreciate the effort that has gone into your presentation.......I enjoy stats and comparison data and certainly some of your older material is thought provoking as I attempt to remember the various eras.
Thanks again you give me, through your site, enormous enjoyment.
 
Ashton
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Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 6:48 AM
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Summaries of my observations for January 2004 have now been posted.
 
Click the link below then navigate to the Data Reports page.
 
Keith Barnett
Weather fanatic and classical musician
Website: www.wthrman.com
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From: "Keith Barnett" To: Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 09:28:48 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 166-21413/16977 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather summary--January 2004
My pleasure Ashton...watch for the next exciting instalment...500mb maps will be going up soon I hope.
 
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Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 8:41 AM
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Keith, when ever I visit your site I seem to find new and interesting data and general weather information.
I really appreciate the effort that has gone into your presentation.......I enjoy stats and comparison data and certainly some of your older material is thought provoking as I attempt to remember the various eras.
Thanks again you give me, through your site, enormous enjoyment.
 
Ashton
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Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 6:48 AM
Subject: aus-wx: Weather summary--January 2004

Summaries of my observations for January 2004 have now been posted.
 
Click the link below then navigate to the Data Reports page.
 
Keith Barnett
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From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 12:33:13 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 17-21416/17758 Subject: aus-wx: Interesting stuff There's lots of things to see at this site. http://www.weatherimages.org/ Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 15:25:46 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 38-21416/17758 Subject: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs Hi all, Just a few photographs from recent months - haven't taken much in the way of photographs since the video is far more efficient http://www.australiasevereweather.com/photography/photos/new/jd20040207.html The last 3 photographs are of the severe storm of the 30th January 2004 Regards, ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "arky dave" To: Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 22:25:56 -0600 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 37-21416/17758 Subject: aus-wx: A couple of websites
Greetings & G'February to ALL my Wonderful Weather Friends:
 
Here are a couple of websites for those who might be interested in the climatology of Mena/Arkansas:
 
Climate Facts for Arkansas: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/lzk/html/climain.htm  (When you Click on the month of your choice, the next page will load and at the top you'll get the Zones of Arkansas (Mena is in the Ouachitas), with Avg Max/Min/Precip for that month, you also see the highest max/lowest min for Ark in that month. Scroll down and you'll see several entries of weather events (in different years)in Arkansas for that month.
 
Arkansas Towns' Daily High Max/Low Min records:
After Clicking on month of your choice, on the next page, Click on Mena. That page will list the Daily Record Max/Min for that month and year it was set.
 
(Menas' Zone Weather Forecast:)
 
I hope you enjoy these sites!
Thanks for all of your informative posts, also Thanks for your time/interest.
Yours~~~David Powell
Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 13:02:02 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Sat, 07 Feb 2004 13:02:02 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 53-21416/17758 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Interesting stuff I'll blame Bussie for making me waste half a Saturday! Not really ... but there is certainly access to a vast amount of weather info on this site isn't there! Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 12:33:13 +1100 Subject: aus-wx: Interesting stuff > There's lots of things to see at this site. > http://www.weatherimages.org/ > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 22:22:41 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 88-21416/17758 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Interesting stuff That's ok Phil. I wasted the first half of Saturday looking at all the stuff available too. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Phil Smith" To: Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 4:02 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Interesting stuff > I'll blame Bussie for making me waste half a Saturday! > Not really ... but there is certainly access to a vast amount of weather > info on this site isn't there! > > Phil > <>< > > Phil Smith > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > International Christian School, Hong Kong > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: "Bussy" > To: "aussie-weather" > Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 12:33:13 +1100 > Subject: aus-wx: Interesting stuff > > > There's lots of things to see at this site. > > http://www.weatherimages.org/ > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > ========================================== > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > ========================================== > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > + > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > - > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Carolyn" To: "aussie weather \(aussie weather\)" Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 10:43:18 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.4024 Importance: Normal X-NetCentral-MailScanner-Information: Please contact NetCentral for more information X-NetCentral-MailScanner: Found to be clean X-NetCentral-MailScanner-SpamCheck: not spam, SpamAssassin (score=0.8, required 6, SPAM_PHRASE_02_03 0.76) Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 42-21419/18530 Subject: aus-wx: Sunday Telegraph Message
Nice article and pics in today's Sunday Telegraph.  Well done.  They could have included more information, but it was a start.
 
Carolyn
From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 13:44:13 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 50-21419/18530 Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs Some outstanding photos there Jimmy. Whats the current thinking on why Australian supercells do not have the propensity for tornado formation that the USA cousins have. Is it to do with the strength of low level jet and wind shear environment. I know this has been discussed at length before....just can't quite remember what the consensus of opinion was. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jimmy Deguara" To: Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 5:25 PM Subject: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > Hi all, > > Just a few photographs from recent months - haven't taken much in the way > of photographs since the video is far more efficient > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com/photography/photos/new/jd20040207.html > > The last 3 photographs are of the severe storm of the 30th January 2004 > > Regards, > > ------------------------------------- > Jimmy Deguara > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 13:38:10 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 61-21419/18530 Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs Hi Stephen, Yes in my opinion, the strength of the low level jet and the lack of abundant moisture at elevated levels has a lot to do with the reasoning why we tend to lack tornadoes. The US simply climatologically has the environment that produces many tornadoes on various outbreaks - some obviously more than others. When you have dewpoints that we see on the east cost well inland and at elevated levels like the Blue Mountains 1000 metres or so often with fog on the ground even late morning in a fresh SE wind, you begin to understand the missing ingredients we have here!!! One can argue the population difference concept which I used to fully believe in, but it is strange when there is an outbreak here that seems to match the US conditions low level jet and moisture that tornadoes are reported - population density or not. When the various people invade the US plains this year - David and myself are certainly going to be there, they will see this substantial difference. Regards, Jimmy Deguara At 11:44 AM 8/02/2004, you wrote: >Some outstanding photos there Jimmy. >Whats the current thinking on why Australian supercells do not have the >propensity for tornado formation that the USA cousins have. Is it to do >with the strength of low level jet and wind shear environment. I know this >has been discussed at length before....just can't quite remember what the >consensus of opinion was. > > >----- Original Message ----- >From: "Jimmy Deguara" >To: >Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 5:25 PM >Subject: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > > > > Hi all, > > > > Just a few photographs from recent months - haven't taken much in the way > > of photographs since the video is far more efficient > > > > > > >http://www.australiasevereweather.com/photography/photos/new/jd20040207.html > > > > The last 3 photographs are of the severe storm of the 30th January 2004 > > > > Regards, > > > > ------------------------------------- > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > > > Australian Severe Weather > > > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 17:24:27 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 100-21419/18530 Subject: Re: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. tony with the sky warn is there a type of model that could be used with it . as I could setup a live brodcast from my station in vk4 . straight to the skywarn link Stephen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" To: Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 10:28 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. > At 11:09 PM 5/02/2004, you wrote: > > >ok ty tony > >listening to it in brisbane qld au > >on air 10:08 pm thursday night > > Cool. I've just patch the input to the main system. Main activity > expected is tomorrow night, a major informal chat net known as the "virtual > pub", and of course, the skywarn net on Sunday morning... :) > > I'll try and post another reminder. :) > > 73 de VK3JED > http://vkradio.com > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 21:03:42 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 104-21419/18530 Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs Most tornadoes in USA occur on HP Supercells. The HP supercell region of Australia is eastern NSW and SE Queensland. These regions are fairly well populated, hence the population difference theory never really stacked up from that aspect either. Cheers ---- Original Message ----- From: "Jimmy Deguara" To: Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 3:38 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > Hi Stephen, > > Yes in my opinion, the strength of the low level jet and the lack of > abundant moisture at elevated levels has a lot to do with the reasoning why > we tend to lack tornadoes. The US simply climatologically has the > environment that produces many tornadoes on various outbreaks - some > obviously more than others. When you have dewpoints that we see on the east > cost well inland and at elevated levels like the Blue Mountains 1000 metres > or so often with fog on the ground even late morning in a fresh SE wind, > you begin to understand the missing ingredients we have here!!! One can > argue the population difference concept which I used to fully believe in, > but it is strange when there is an outbreak here that seems to match the US > conditions low level jet and moisture that tornadoes are reported - > population density or not. > > When the various people invade the US plains this year - David and myself > are certainly going to be there, they will see this substantial difference. > > Regards, > > Jimmy Deguara > > At 11:44 AM 8/02/2004, you wrote: > > >Some outstanding photos there Jimmy. > >Whats the current thinking on why Australian supercells do not have the > >propensity for tornado formation that the USA cousins have. Is it to do > >with the strength of low level jet and wind shear environment. I know this > >has been discussed at length before....just can't quite remember what the > >consensus of opinion was. > > > > > >----- Original Message ----- > >From: "Jimmy Deguara" > >To: > >Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 5:25 PM > >Subject: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > > > > > > > Hi all, > > > > > > Just a few photographs from recent months - haven't taken much in the way > > > of photographs since the video is far more efficient > > > > > > > > > > >http://www.australiasevereweather.com/photography/photos/new/jd20040207.htm l > > > > > > The last 3 photographs are of the severe storm of the 30th January 2004 > > > > > > Regards, > > > > > > ------------------------------------- > > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > > > > > Australian Severe Weather > > > > > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > > > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > ------------------------------------- > Jimmy Deguara > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 21:48:44 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 123-21419/18530 Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs Hi Stephen At 07:03 PM 8/02/2004, you wrote: >Most tornadoes in USA occur on HP Supercells. I would have thought that classic supercells provide the most favourable conditions for tornadic activity simply due to the high wind shear environment and more efficient balance of the RFD (rear flank downdraught)? (Perhaps you would need to quote my your source so I can read up on it). This is another reason why our HP supercells often DON'T provide incentives for tornadoes to develop. HP supercells are renowned for hiding their tornadoes but are often associated with the powerful straight line winds and bulk precipitation including the giant hail. This is something common to eastern Australia in the high CAPE environment we have during outbreaks. I suppose what do you define as HP supercell? Regards, Jimmy Deguara > The HP supercell region of >Australia is eastern NSW and SE Queensland. These regions are fairly well >populated, hence the population difference theory never really stacked up >from that aspect either. > >Cheers > > >---- Original Message ----- >From: "Jimmy Deguara" >To: >Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 3:38 PM >Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > > > > Hi Stephen, > > > > Yes in my opinion, the strength of the low level jet and the lack of > > abundant moisture at elevated levels has a lot to do with the reasoning >why > > we tend to lack tornadoes. The US simply climatologically has the > > environment that produces many tornadoes on various outbreaks - some > > obviously more than others. When you have dewpoints that we see on the >east > > cost well inland and at elevated levels like the Blue Mountains 1000 >metres > > or so often with fog on the ground even late morning in a fresh SE wind, > > you begin to understand the missing ingredients we have here!!! One can > > argue the population difference concept which I used to fully believe in, > > but it is strange when there is an outbreak here that seems to match the >US > > conditions low level jet and moisture that tornadoes are reported - > > population density or not. > > > > When the various people invade the US plains this year - David and myself > > are certainly going to be there, they will see this substantial >difference. > > > > Regards, > > > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > At 11:44 AM 8/02/2004, you wrote: > > > > >Some outstanding photos there Jimmy. > > >Whats the current thinking on why Australian supercells do not have the > > >propensity for tornado formation that the USA cousins have. Is it to do > > >with the strength of low level jet and wind shear environment. I know >this > > >has been discussed at length before....just can't quite remember what the > > >consensus of opinion was. > > > > > > > > >----- Original Message ----- > > >From: "Jimmy Deguara" > > >To: > > >Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 5:25 PM > > >Subject: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > > > > > > > > > > Hi all, > > > > > > > > Just a few photographs from recent months - haven't taken much in the >way > > > > of photographs since the video is far more efficient > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >http://www.australiasevereweather.com/photography/photos/new/jd20040207.htm >l > > > > > > > > The last 3 photographs are of the severe storm of the 30th January >2004 > > > > > > > > Regards, > > > > > > > > ------------------------------------- > > > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > > > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > > > > > > > Australian Severe Weather > > > > > > > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > > > > > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > > > > > > > > > > >+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of >your > > > > message. > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of >your > > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > ------------------------------------- > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > > > Australian Severe Weather > > > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:08:18 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 77-214112/19559 Subject: Re: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. At 06:24 PM 8/02/2004, you wrote: >tony >with the sky warn > >is there a type of model that could be used with it . >as I could setup a live brodcast from my station in vk4 . I'm not sure what you mean here. Can you please elaborate? 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:15:35 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 78-214112/19559 Subject: aus-wx: SKYWARN Net live streaming. NOTE change of URL! Please note that my streaming URL has changed - the guys who run the server decided to move it to a box with more capacity, and also allocate a unique hostname. I don't know what time it changed, and I don't know if anyone caught yesterday's net. The stream is back up, and now can be accessed at http://liveaudio.irlp.net:8002 The next SKYWARN Net is at 0000 UTC on Sunday (11AM Melbourne time). Other traffic can be heard on the stream at various times during the week. 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [144.138.240.182] X-Originating-Email: [mrcenterprises at hotmail.com] X-Sender: mrcenterprises at hotmail.com From: "Gavin O'Brien" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 09 Feb 2004 01:44:48.0528 (UTC) FILETIME=[4D4F7900:01C3EEAE] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 82-214112/19559 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Hi Phil, I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in Melbourne and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have the four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and cold damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney in Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better winters I think if rather colder first thing! Gavin Canberra ACT >From: "Phil Smith" >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: "Aussie Weather" >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > >Hi all, > >I have just looked at >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on Melbourne's >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most livable >cities. >Phil ><>< > >Phil Smith >IT Teacher - Elementary campus >International Christian School, Hong Kong >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ _________________________________________________________________ E-mail just got a whole lot better. New ninemsn Premium. Click here http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ XAntiVirus: This e-mail has been scanned for viruses via the Connexus Internet Service From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 13:55:54 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 100-214112/19559 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. John. >snip -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin O'Brien Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Hi Phil, I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in Melbourne and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have the four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and cold damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney in Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better winters I think if rather colder first thing! Gavin Canberra ACT --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 22:29:39 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 140-214112/19559 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on balance the best city in Australia. It beats Melbourne on climate. Melbourne's weather is to unrealiable and prone to cold changes at any time of year. Cheers ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Woodbridge" To: Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > John. > >snip > -----Original Message----- > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin O'Brien > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > Hi Phil, > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in Melbourne > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have the > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and cold > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney in > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > Gavin > Canberra ACT > > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 22:35:16 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 139-214112/19559 Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs Yes, you are correct. Its the classic supercell known for tornadoes. I often lump classic and Hp into the same group, but they are different. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jimmy Deguara" To: Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 11:48 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > Hi Stephen > > At 07:03 PM 8/02/2004, you wrote: > > >Most tornadoes in USA occur on HP Supercells. > > I would have thought that classic supercells provide the most favourable > conditions for tornadic activity simply due to the high wind shear > environment and more efficient balance of the RFD (rear flank downdraught)? > (Perhaps you would need to quote my your source so I can read up on it). > This is another reason why our HP supercells often DON'T provide incentives > for tornadoes to develop. HP supercells are renowned for hiding their > tornadoes but are often associated with the powerful straight line winds > and bulk precipitation including the giant hail. This is something common > to eastern Australia in the high CAPE environment we have during outbreaks. > > I suppose what do you define as HP supercell? > > Regards, > > Jimmy Deguara > > > The HP supercell region of > >Australia is eastern NSW and SE Queensland. These regions are fairly well > >populated, hence the population difference theory never really stacked up > >from that aspect either. > > > >Cheers > > > > > >---- Original Message ----- > >From: "Jimmy Deguara" > >To: > >Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 3:38 PM > >Subject: Re: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > > > > > > > Hi Stephen, > > > > > > Yes in my opinion, the strength of the low level jet and the lack of > > > abundant moisture at elevated levels has a lot to do with the reasoning > >why > > > we tend to lack tornadoes. The US simply climatologically has the > > > environment that produces many tornadoes on various outbreaks - some > > > obviously more than others. When you have dewpoints that we see on the > >east > > > cost well inland and at elevated levels like the Blue Mountains 1000 > >metres > > > or so often with fog on the ground even late morning in a fresh SE wind, > > > you begin to understand the missing ingredients we have here!!! One can > > > argue the population difference concept which I used to fully believe in, > > > but it is strange when there is an outbreak here that seems to match the > >US > > > conditions low level jet and moisture that tornadoes are reported - > > > population density or not. > > > > > > When the various people invade the US plains this year - David and myself > > > are certainly going to be there, they will see this substantial > >difference. > > > > > > Regards, > > > > > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > > > At 11:44 AM 8/02/2004, you wrote: > > > > > > >Some outstanding photos there Jimmy. > > > >Whats the current thinking on why Australian supercells do not have the > > > >propensity for tornado formation that the USA cousins have. Is it to do > > > >with the strength of low level jet and wind shear environment. I know > >this > > > >has been discussed at length before....just can't quite remember what the > > > >consensus of opinion was. > > > > > > > > > > > >----- Original Message ----- > > > >From: "Jimmy Deguara" > > > >To: > > > >Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 5:25 PM > > > >Subject: aus-wx: A few more pgotographs > > > > > > > > > > > > > Hi all, > > > > > > > > > > Just a few photographs from recent months - haven't taken much in the > >way > > > > > of photographs since the video is far more efficient > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >http://www.australiasevereweather.com/photography/photos/new/jd20040207.htm > >l > > > > > > > > > > The last 3 photographs are of the severe storm of the 30th January > >2004 > > > > > > > > > > Regards, > > > > > > > > > > ------------------------------------- > > > > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > > > > > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > > > > > > > > > Australian Severe Weather > > > > > > > > > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > > > > > > > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > >your > > > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > >your > > > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > ------------------------------------- > > > Jimmy Deguara > > > > > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > > > > > Australian Severe Weather > > > > > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > > > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > ------------------------------------- > Jimmy Deguara > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Stargazer" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 23:07:16 +1030 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 21-214115/20583 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Geez, somebody's really pulled the wool over your eyes ;) Everybody *knows* that Adelaide is the place to be! ... except if your a storm chaser that is :((( Regs, Paul. (Stargazer) http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer ----- Original Message ----- From: "Steven Williams" To: Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:59 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on balance the best > city in Australia. > It beats Melbourne on climate. Melbourne's weather is to unrealiable and > prone to cold changes at any time of year. > > Cheers > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "John Woodbridge" > To: > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > > > John. > > >snip > > -----Original Message----- > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin O'Brien > > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > Melbourne > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have > the > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > cold > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney in > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > Gavin > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > --- > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:02:56 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:02:56 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 29-214115/20583 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Yeah, Adelaide's too far North for that wonderful procession of storms that you get across the Victorian plains where you can follow them for miles. Adelaide has great weather for riding motorbikes. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Stargazer" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 23:07:16 +1030 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Geez, somebody's really pulled the wool over your eyes ;) > Everybody *knows* that Adelaide is the place to be! > > ... except if your a storm chaser that is :((( > > Regs, Paul. > (Stargazer) > http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Steven Williams" > To: > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:59 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on balance > the > best > > city in Australia. > > It beats Melbourne on climate. Melbourne's weather is to unrealiable > and > > prone to cold changes at any time of year. > > > > Cheers > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "John Woodbridge" > > To: > > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > > > > > John. > > > >snip > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin > O'Brien > > > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > Melbourne > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can > have > > the > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus > and > > cold > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice > place.Sydney > in > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has > better > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > Gavin > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > --- > > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > > > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > your > > > message. > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:05:22 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:05:22 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 30-214115/20583 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Sydney doesn't give you enough chances to get out your winter woollies. Less frequently have to get out your wet gear when riding a motorbike though. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 22:29:39 +1300 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on balance the > best > city in Australia. > It beats Melbourne on climate. Melbourne's weather is to unrealiable > and > prone to cold changes at any time of year. > > Cheers > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "John Woodbridge" > To: > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > > > John. > > >snip > > -----Original Message----- > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin > O'Brien > > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > Melbourne > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can > have > the > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus > and > cold > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice > place.Sydney in > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has > better > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > Gavin > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > --- > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:06:17 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:06:17 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 31-214115/20583 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas And Hong Kong would be okay if it didn't have a summer! Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 13:55:54 +1000 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > John. > >snip > -----Original Message----- > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin > O'Brien > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > Hi Phil, > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > Melbourne > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have > the > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > cold > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney > in > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > Gavin > Canberra ACT > > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [210.50.228.5] X-Originating-Email: [beanzvision at hotmail.com] X-Sender: beanzvision at hotmail.com From: "BEANZVISION" To: Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 01:56:04 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 09 Feb 2004 14:56:13.0563 (UTC) FILETIME=[DC98CCB0:01C3EF1C] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 42-214115/20583 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Yep we get cold ones! lol at sydney being the best city! Whoever said that probally hasnt driven on their roads....sigh. I'd love to meet their town planner.... ----- Original Message ----- From: "Stargazer" To: Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 11:37 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Geez, somebody's really pulled the wool over your eyes ;) > Everybody *knows* that Adelaide is the place to be! > > ... except if your a storm chaser that is :((( > > Regs, Paul. > (Stargazer) > http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Steven Williams" > To: > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:59 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on balance the > best > > city in Australia. > > It beats Melbourne on climate. Melbourne's weather is to unrealiable and > > prone to cold changes at any time of year. > > > > Cheers > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "John Woodbridge" > > To: > > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > > > > > John. > > > >snip > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin O'Brien > > > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > Melbourne > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have > > the > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > > cold > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney > in > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > Gavin > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > --- > > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > > > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 10:08:13 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 122-214115/20583 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas At 01:56 AM 10/02/2004, you wrote: >Yep we get cold ones! lol at sydney being the best city! Whoever said that >probally hasnt driven on their roads....sigh. I'd love to meet their town >planner.... Oh, you did meet the descendents of Sydney's town planners, they're enjoying the grass in paddocks somewhere around Australia. ;-) Didn't you know all they did was pave the cow tracks? ;) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Ashton H Anderson" To: Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 18:24:23 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4807.1700 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 26-214118/21455 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas
Sydney is one of the best cities in the world.......and I've been to many.
As to the roads, I can get about Sydney very well and very quickly.  You need to know the roads !!  As you do anywhere.  Common sense.
I like Melbourne, in fact one of our family racehorses years back was named "Royal Parade".  My Mother's parents were Melbournites.
My Weather requirements are well met in Sydney.  I don't know who is doing the talking O/S but I met a lot of tourists in a recent occupation and one of the first things said was how absolutely magnificent Sydney Weather was.
 
Ashton 
PS:  Hong Kong is great too, anywhere in Asia expect humidity. Apart from exciting weather (at times) HK is an exciting vibrant place.  Actually I think Phil Smith has it made.  Honkers & Oz, not bad, not bad at all. 
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Yep we get cold ones! lol at sydney being the best city! Whoever said that
probally hasnt driven on their roads....sigh. I'd love to meet their town
planner....


----- Original Message -----
From: "Stargazer" <stargazer at picknowl.com.au>
To: <aussie-weather at world.std.com>
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 11:37 PM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas


> Geez, somebody's really pulled the wool over your eyes ;)
> Everybody *knows* that Adelaide is the place to be!
>
> ... except if your a storm chaser that is :(((
>
> Regs, Paul.
> (Stargazer)
> http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Steven Williams" <nzstorm at ihug.co.nz>
> To: <aussie-weather at world.std.com>
> Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:59 PM
> Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas
>
>
> >
> > If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on balance the
> best
> > city in Australia.
> > It beats Melbourne on climate.  Melbourne's weather is to unrealiable
and
> > prone to cold changes at any time of year.
> >
> > Cheers
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "John Woodbridge" <jrw at pixelcom.net>
> > To: <aussie-weather at world.std.com>
> > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM
> > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas
> >
> >
> > > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer.
> > >
> > > John.
> > > >snip
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com
> > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Gavin
O'Brien
> > > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM
> > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
> > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas
> > >
> > >
> > > Hi Phil,
> > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in
> > Melbourne
> > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne  can
have
> > the
> > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and
> > cold
> > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice
place.Sydney
> in
> > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has
better
> > > winters I think if rather colder first thing!
> > > Gavin
> > > Canberra ACT
> > >
> > >
> > > ---
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Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 09:39:37 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 11 Feb 2004 09:39:37 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 40-214121/22572 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Yes, Ashton. I am blessed. I get the best of both. I have lived in a lot of places and visited a lot of others and have thoroughly enjoyed the variety of the weather in the whole lot. But given the restriction of being attached to one spot year in, year out, I think Melbourne beats the other capitals from my point of view. But Melbourne is well and truly beaten by Bairnsdale (Victoria): now there is a place for pleasant weather all year. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Ashton H Anderson" To: Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 18:24:23 +1100 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Sydney is one of the best cities in the world.......and I've been to > many. > As to the roads, I can get about Sydney very well and very quickly. > You need to know the roads !! As you do anywhere. Common sense. > I like Melbourne, in fact one of our family racehorses years back was > named "Royal Parade". My Mother's parents were Melbournites. > My Weather requirements are well met in Sydney. I don't know who is > doing the talking O/S but I met a lot of tourists in a recent > occupation and one of the first things said was how absolutely > magnificent Sydney Weather was. > > Ashton > PS: Hong Kong is great too, anywhere in Asia expect humidity. Apart > from exciting weather (at times) HK is an exciting vibrant place. > Actually I think Phil Smith has it made. Honkers & Oz, not bad, not > bad at all. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: BEANZVISION > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 1:56 AM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > Yep we get cold ones! lol at sydney being the best city! Whoever said > that > probally hasnt driven on their roads....sigh. I'd love to meet their > town > planner.... > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Stargazer" > To: > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 11:37 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > Geez, somebody's really pulled the wool over your eyes ;) > > Everybody *knows* that Adelaide is the place to be! > > > > ... except if your a storm chaser that is :((( > > > > Regs, Paul. > > (Stargazer) > > http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Steven Williams" > > To: > > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:59 PM > > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > > > > If you want an impartial view from NZ I think Sydney is on > balance the > > best > > > city in Australia. > > > It beats Melbourne on climate. Melbourne's weather is to > unrealiable > and > > > prone to cold changes at any time of year. > > > > > > Cheers > > > > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > > From: "John Woodbridge" > > > To: > > > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:55 PM > > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > > > > I'd reckon Melbourne would be OK if it had a summer. > > > > > > > > John. > > > > >snip > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > > From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com > > > > [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of > Gavin > O'Brien > > > > Sent: Monday, 9 February 2004 11:45 AM > > > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time > in > > > Melbourne > > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne > can > have > > > the > > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths > Stratus and > > > cold > > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice > place.Sydney > > in > > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra > has > better > > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > > Gavin > > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > > > > --- > > > > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > > > > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > > > > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: > 27/01/2004 > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the > body of > > your > > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > your > > > message. > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 09:55:14 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 11 Feb 2004 09:55:14 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 41-214121/22572 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Hi Gavin, Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very sweaty shirts every day from March through September and beyond. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Gavin O'Brien" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Hi Phil, > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > Melbourne > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have > the > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > cold > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney > in > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > Gavin > Canberra ACT > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > >To: "Aussie Weather" > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > >Hi all, > > > >I have just looked at > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > Melbourne's > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most livable > >cities. > >Phil > ><>< > > > >Phil Smith > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > _________________________________________________________________ > E-mail just got a whole lot better. 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Click here > http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 17:44:28 +1100 From: Don White X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 64-214121/22572 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Phil and Gavin... In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked the Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the world's idela climate. It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in the world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African SE coast south of Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might rank well as well.) Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 inches falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35 degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare. As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day (except in February) Cheeers, Don White Phil Smith wrote: > > Hi Gavin, > Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and > summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very sweaty > shirts every day from March through September and beyond. > > Phil > <>< > > Phil Smith > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > International Christian School, Hong Kong > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > -----Original Message----- > From: "Gavin O'Brien" > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > Hi Phil, > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > Melbourne > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have > > the > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > > cold > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney > > in > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > Gavin > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > >To: "Aussie Weather" > > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > > > >Hi all, > > > > > >I have just looked at > > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > > Melbourne's > > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most livable > > >cities. > > >Phil > > ><>< > > > > > >Phil Smith > > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > E-mail just got a whole lot better. 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They are easier to read than some sites I use. ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Woodbridge" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 1:08 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx: Access to BoM aerological charts (soundings) > Hi All, > > If any of you access these like I do using: > > http://bomw0007:aviation at www.bom.gov.au/products/reg/IDS65024/IDS65024.shtml > > Be aware that the latest security patches for IE 6 disable this form of URL > (to prevent some of the bank scams currently doing the rounds) and you just > get a syntax error. To fix it remove the username and password. You will > then have to enter these manually when accessing the page, but you can get > IE to remember them. > > Please also see: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=834489 > > John W. > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.572 / Virus Database: 362 - Release Date: 27/01/2004 > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:17:28 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:17:28 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 71-214121/22572 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Hi Don and all, The reason I love Bairnsdale is because, for eleven months of the year, it rains steadily every night from about 01:55 to about 04:15 and then clears to a clear sunny blue sky all day. For the other month (from around 18th December to about 20th January, if my memory serves me correctly) the days are overcast and drizzly ... but hey -- That's when you go on holidays to somewhere else ... storm chasing in NSW and SEQ, perhaps? I hope Bairnsdale is still like that ... I haven't been there in donkey's years. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: Don White To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 17:44:28 +1100 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Phil and Gavin... > In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked the > Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the > world's idela climate. > It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in the > world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW > closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African > SE > coast south of Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might > rank well as well.) > Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 inches > falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high > rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35 > degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare. > As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day (except in > February) > > Cheeers, > Don White > > Phil Smith wrote: > > > > Hi Gavin, > > Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and > > summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very > sweaty > > shirts every day from March through September and beyond. > > > > Phil > > <>< > > > > Phil Smith > > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > International Christian School, Hong Kong > > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: "Gavin O'Brien" > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > > Melbourne > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can > have > > > the > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus > and > > > cold > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice > place.Sydney > > > in > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has > better > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > Gavin > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > > > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > >To: "Aussie Weather" > > > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > > > > > >Hi all, > > > > > > > >I have just looked at > > > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > > > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > > > Melbourne's > > > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most > livable > > > >cities. > > > >Phil > > > ><>< > > > > > > > >Phil Smith > > > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > > > your > > > > message. > > > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > > E-mail just got a whole lot better. 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Click here > > > http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > > + > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > > > your > > > message. > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > > - > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "G8.106" To: Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 18:19:50 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 70-214121/22572 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Hi all, Indeed a very interesting thread here.....In regards to Melbourne, some of the coldest days I have experienced have been in Melbourne with a strong south wind and overcast anticyclonic stratocumulus and in the Summer!!....but I have experienced even colder conditions and that's Melbourne with a strong south wind and overcast anticyclonic stratocumulus and that's in Winter!!! a bit like the Americans who claim the coldest winter they have experienced is summer in San Francisco!!!! ...Its all a relative thing and personnel perception....I must admit there is nothing more relaxing than sleeping a night in Port Macquarie with the gentle patter of soft 'warm' rain on the tin roof and the wonderful smell of wet gum trees....regards Clyve H. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Don White" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 5:44 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Phil and Gavin... > In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked the > Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the > world's idela climate. > It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in the > world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW > closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African SE > coast south of Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might > rank well as well.) > Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 inches > falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high > rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35 > degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare. > As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day (except in > February) > > Cheeers, > Don White > > Phil Smith wrote: > > > > Hi Gavin, > > Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and > > summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very sweaty > > shirts every day from March through September and beyond. > > > > Phil > > <>< > > > > Phil Smith > > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > International Christian School, Hong Kong > > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: "Gavin O'Brien" > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > > Melbourne > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can have > > > the > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > > > cold > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney > > > in > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > Gavin > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > > > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > >To: "Aussie Weather" > > > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > > > > > >Hi all, > > > > > > > >I have just looked at > > > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > > > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > > > Melbourne's > > > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most livable > > > >cities. > > > >Phil > > > ><>< > > > > > > > >Phil Smith > > > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > > your > > > > message. > > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > > E-mail just got a whole lot better. New ninemsn Premium. Click here > > > http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > > + > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > > your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > > - > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:43:45 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:43:45 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 76-214121/22572 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Stop it Clyve! You'll have me back there! Actually I stayed in a motel at Port Macquarie many years ago, and it's just as Clyve says. I have to agree Port Macquarie is a great place, but how many of you have spent a few weeks in Bairnsdale? T'was a great place to be with a broken leg back in '73. If I had to be on my back somewhere, I couldn't think of anywhere better. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "G8.106" To: Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 18:19:50 +1100 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Hi all, Indeed a very interesting thread here.....In regards to > Melbourne, > some of the coldest days I have experienced have been in Melbourne with > a > strong south wind and overcast anticyclonic stratocumulus and in the > Summer!!....but I have experienced even colder conditions and that's > Melbourne with a strong south wind and overcast anticyclonic > stratocumulus > and that's in Winter!!! a bit like the Americans who claim the coldest > winter they have experienced is summer in San Francisco!!!! ...Its all > a > relative thing and personnel perception....I must admit there is > nothing > more relaxing than sleeping a night in Port Macquarie with the gentle > patter > of soft 'warm' rain on the tin roof and the wonderful smell of wet gum > trees....regards Clyve H. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Don White" > To: > Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 5:44 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > Phil and Gavin... > > In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked > the > > Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the > > world's idela climate. > > It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in > the > > world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW > > closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African > SE > > coast south of Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might > > rank well as well.) > > Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 > inches > > falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high > > rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35 > > degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare. > > As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day (except in > > February) > > > > Cheeers, > > Don White > > > > Phil Smith wrote: > > > > > > Hi Gavin, > > > Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... > and > > > summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very > sweaty > > > shirts every day from March through September and beyond. > > > > > > Phil > > > <>< > > > > > > Phil Smith > > > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: "Gavin O'Brien" > > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 > > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > > > Melbourne > > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne > can > have > > > > the > > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths > Stratus and > > > > cold > > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice > place.Sydney > > > > in > > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has > better > > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > > Gavin > > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > > > > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > > >To: "Aussie Weather" > > > > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > > > > > > > >Hi all, > > > > > > > > > >I have just looked at > > > > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > > > > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > > > > Melbourne's > > > > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most > livable > > > > >cities. > > > > >Phil > > > > ><>< > > > > > > > > > >Phil Smith > > > > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > > >International Christian School Intranet: > http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the > body of > > > > your > > > > > message. > > > > > > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > > > E-mail just got a whole lot better. 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Click > here > > > > http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > > > + > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > > > > your > > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > > > - > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > your > > > message. > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [203.54.206.134] X-Originating-Email: [mrcenterprises at hotmail.com] X-Sender: mrcenterprises at hotmail.com From: "Gavin O'Brien" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 22:42:46 +1100 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 11 Feb 2004 11:42:47.0172 (UTC) FILETIME=[2B799440:01C3F094] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 110-214121/22572 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas Don, Hi , That's very interesting indeed . I have been there several times, a nice place! Gavin >From: Don White >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas >Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 17:44:28 +1100 > >Phil and Gavin... >In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked the >Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the >world's idela climate. >It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in the >world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW >closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African SE >coast south of Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might >rank well as well.) >Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 inches >falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high >rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35 >degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare. >As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day (except in >February) > >Cheeers, >Don White > >Phil Smith wrote: > > > > Hi Gavin, > > Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and > > summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very sweaty > > shirts every day from March through September and beyond. > > > > Phil > > <>< > > > > Phil Smith > > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > International Christian School, Hong Kong > > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: "Gavin O'Brien" > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > > Melbourne > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can >have > > > the > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > > > cold > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice >place.Sydney > > > in > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has >better > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > Gavin > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > > > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > >To: "Aussie Weather" > > > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > > > > > >Hi all, > > > > > > > >I have just looked at > > > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > > > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > > > Melbourne's > > > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most >livable > > > >cities. > > > >Phil > > > ><>< > > > > > > > >Phil Smith > > > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > > > > > > >+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > > your > > > > message. > > > > > > > >-----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > > E-mail just got a whole lot better. 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Go to http://ninemsn.com.au/mobilemania/default.asp +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 06:42:48 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 41-214124/23482 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas I agree, Rainfall is an attribute. I think the ideal annual rainfall is 1500mm, evenly spread throughout the year. Melbourne's 600mm is to low. ----- Original Message ----- From: "G8.106" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 8:19 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > Hi all, Indeed a very interesting thread here.....In regards to Melbourne, > some of the coldest days I have experienced have been in Melbourne with a > strong south wind and overcast anticyclonic stratocumulus and in the > Summer!!....but I have experienced even colder conditions and that's > Melbourne with a strong south wind and overcast anticyclonic stratocumulus > and that's in Winter!!! a bit like the Americans who claim the coldest > winter they have experienced is summer in San Francisco!!!! ...Its all a > relative thing and personnel perception....I must admit there is nothing > more relaxing than sleeping a night in Port Macquarie with the gentle patter > of soft 'warm' rain on the tin roof and the wonderful smell of wet gum > trees....regards Clyve H. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Don White" > To: > Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 5:44 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > Phil and Gavin... > > In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked the > > Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the > > world's idela climate. > > It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in the > > world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW > > closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African SE > > coast south of Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might > > rank well as well.) > > Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 inches > > falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high > > rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35 > > degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare. > > As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day (except in > > February) > > > > Cheeers, > > Don White > > > > Phil Smith wrote: > > > > > > Hi Gavin, > > > Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and > > > summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney. Very sweaty > > > shirts every day from March through September and beyond. > > > > > > Phil > > > <>< > > > > > > Phil Smith > > > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: "Gavin O'Brien" > > > To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100 > > > Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > > > > Hi Phil, > > > > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in > > > > Melbourne > > > > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne can > have > > > > the > > > > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and > > > > cold > > > > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice > place.Sydney > > > > in > > > > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has > better > > > > winters I think if rather colder first thing! > > > > Gavin > > > > Canberra ACT > > > > > > > > > > > > >From: "Phil Smith" > > > > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > > > > >To: "Aussie Weather" > > > > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas > > > > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800 > > > > > > > > > >Hi all, > > > > > > > > > >I have just looked at > > > > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html? > > > > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on > > > > Melbourne's > > > > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most > livable > > > > >cities. > > > > >Phil > > > > ><>< > > > > > > > > > >Phil Smith > > > > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus > > > > >International Christian School, Hong Kong > > > > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > > > > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > > > > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > > > > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > > > > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > > > > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > > > > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > > > > >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > > > your > > > > > message. > > > > > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > > > E-mail just got a whole lot better. 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I also read about the Port Macquarie climate assessment.  I certainly didn't know it was of UK origin !!
Anyway, best climate etc are surely very subjective matters.  OK the researchers can come up with all kinds and configuration of criteria however, it is purely academic in my opinion.  We could do the same with a pair of shoes.
All of us here probably like, storms, rain, sunshine, heat, lightning, snow, sleet, mountain drizzle, valley cold etc etc. I could go on for ever but you get the picture.  I'm pragmatic about nature's gifts and enjoy where I am and what I get given.  
I've lived and worked in all extremes (most anyway) and I adapt.  In fact I love where I am at any time. I believe climate and attitude go hand in hand.  My time in the Mountains of Tasmania especially in winter was wonderful and I told everyone it was the best place on earth.  Now I'm back in Sydney, brown as a berry and happy as all get out surfing with my dog.
With Wx List and Weatherzone I can be in any climate any where any time with a click of my mouse.  Don't worry too much about the ol'Poms view of Port, you have it made whereever you are as long as it is in OZ.
With apologies to Phil Smith but you know what I mean Mate and I'm sure you still call Australia home !!
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Don White
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 5:44 PM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas

Phil and Gavin...
In 1955 (or about then I think) the Royal Society in England asked the
Professor of Geography at Cambridge to prepare an assessment of the
world's idela climate.
It was never published but it determined that the ideal location in the
world for white (European) people top live was Port Macquarie in NSW
closely followed by a town whose name escapes me on the South African SE
coast south of  Durban. (Probably sopmewhere in coastal Uraguay might
rank well as well.)
Port Macquarie won because " 75% of its annual rain of almost 60 inches
falls at night; it gets 75% of possible sunshine depsite its high
rainfall and on the coast, sea breezes mean temps greater than 35
degrees and less than 10 degrees are rare.
As for Melbourne - Sydney --- give me Sydney any day  (except in
February)

Cheeers,
Don White

Phil Smith wrote:
>
> Hi Gavin,
> Hong Kong is indeed sticky in Summer ... more so than Sydney ... and
> summer here lasts for much longer than it does in Sydney.  Very sweaty
> shirts every day from March through September and beyond.
>
> Phil
> <><
>
> Phil Smith
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> International Christian School, Hong Kong
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>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Gavin O'Brien" <mrcenterprises at hotmail.com>
> To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
> Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:44:48 +1100
> Subject: RE: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas
>
> > Hi Phil,
> > I saw that in the Canberra Times on Saturday,Having spent time in
> > Melbourne
> > and Sydney when I was in The BOM I can testify that Melbourne  can have
> > the
> > four seasons in a day.I found some winter days with 8/8ths Stratus and
> > cold
> > damp temperatures hard to take but on the whole its a nice place.Sydney
> > in
> > Summer is very sticky (Is HK like that in Summer ?) Canberra has better
> > winters I think if rather colder first thing!
> > Gavin
> > Canberra ACT
> >
> >
> > >From: "Phil Smith" <SmithP at ics.edu.hk>
> > >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
> > >To: "Aussie Weather" <aussie-weather at world.std.com>
> > >Subject: aus-wx: Melbourne weather being discussed overseas
> > >Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:17:00 +0800
> > >
> > >Hi all,
> > >
> > >I have just looked at
> > >http://www.weather.org.hk/discus/messages/1/4866.html?
> > >FridayFebruary620040711pm where there is some discussion on
> > Melbourne's
> > >weather as recently figured in a survey about the world's most livable
> > >cities.
> > >Phil
> > ><><
> > >
> > >Phil Smith
> > >IT Teacher - Elementary campus
> > >International Christian School, Hong Kong
> > >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk
> > >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk
> > >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk
> > >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk
> > >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com
> > >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk
> > >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm
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well folks
 
another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs
at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004
temperature 33.8
humidity 48.1
dew point 26.5
barometer 1016.1
 
heat index = 44.6
 
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Hello Stephen

 

What is heat index?

 

Chas

Bedourie Qld

 

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well folks

 

another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs

at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004

temperature 33.8

humidity 48.1

dew point 26.5

barometer 1016.1

 

heat index = 44.6

 

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Embedded Content: image001.gif: 00000001,6e224bfd,00000000,00000000 Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 16:24:00 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Thu, 12 Feb 2004 16:24:00 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 17-214127/24147 Subject: Re: aus-wx: stinken hot day Hi Stephen and all, Someone miscalculated the Heat Index, if your other figures are correct. Look at the table on http://www.weather.org.hk/wxindices.html for an idea. One normally does not attempt to calculate a heat index when the humidity is below 50%. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "sgalow" To: Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 16:39:49 +1000 Subject: aus-wx: stinken hot day > well folks > > another stinken hot day in brisbane west suberbs > at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004 > temperature 33.8 > humidity 48.1 > dew point 26.5 > barometer 1016.1 > > heat index = 44.6 > > stephen > Insert a catchy tag line here > > sgalow2 at ihug.com.au > manager / ceo Stephen Galowski Enterprise > 2780 moggill road > Brisbane Queensland Australia > 4069 > sgalow2 at ihug.com.au tel: > mobile: 07 32027395 > 0407004992 > > > > > > > > Signature powered by Plaxo Want a signature like this? > > Add me to your address book... > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: hdewit at mail.sa.bom.gov.au X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 5.2.1 Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 19:15:37 +1030 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Hank de Wit Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 21-214127/24147 Subject: Re: aus-wx: stinken hot day Hi all, The error is in the relative humidity, T=33.8, Td=26.5, then RH=66%. Cheers Hank At 16:24 12/02/2004 +0800, Phil Smith wrote: >Hi Stephen and all, > >Someone miscalculated the Heat Index, if your other figures are >correct. Look at the table on http://www.weather.org.hk/wxindices.html >for an idea. One normally does not attempt to calculate a heat index >when the humidity is below 50%. > >Phil ><>< > >Phil Smith >IT Teacher - Elementary campus >International Christian School, Hong Kong >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > >-----Original Message----- >From: "sgalow" >To: >Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 16:39:49 +1000 >Subject: aus-wx: stinken hot day > > > well folks > > > > another stinken hot day in brisbane west suberbs > > at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004 > > temperature 33.8 > > humidity 48.1 > > dew point 26.5 > > barometer 1016.1 > > > > heat index = 44.6 > > > > stephen > > Insert a catchy tag line here > > > > sgalow2 at ihug.com.au > > manager / ceo Stephen Galowski Enterprise > > 2780 moggill road > > Brisbane Queensland Australia > > 4069 > > sgalow2 at ihug.com.au tel: > > mobile: 07 32027395 > > 0407004992 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Signature powered by Plaxo Want a signature like this? > > > > Add me to your address book... > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Hank de Wit Regional Computer Manager Bureau of Meteorology, SA ph: 08 8366 2674 Email: H.deWit at BoM.gov.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Ashton H Anderson" To: Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 19:45:39 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4807.1700 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 22-214127/24147 Subject: Re: aus-wx: stinken hot day
Roughly speaking Chas.........a measure relating to the temperature the body "feels" when heat & humidity are combined.  There are formulae about but someone else may help with that.
Tonight I might suggest the heat index is through the roof !!
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Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 6:34 PM
Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day

Hello Stephen

 

What is heat index?

 

Chas

Bedourie Qld

 

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Subject: aus-wx: stinken hot day

 

well folks

 

another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs

at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004

temperature 33.8

humidity 48.1

dew point 26.5

barometer 1016.1

 

heat index = 44.6

 

stephen

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The Heat Index (HI) is another term for the Steadman Apparent Temperature which is used by the US NWS to include the effects of humidity on an 'average' strolling adult.

Steadman chose some absolute humidity as a standard reference, I think it's about 15C. The HI is the temperature required, with this reference humidity, which would produce the same 'heat stress' as the actual temperature and pressure.

He also wanted his index to be a adjustment to temperature, much as the wind chill is.

A higher humidity reduces the ability of the body to lose heat via perspiration. So a higher humidity produces a HI with a higher value than the temperature.

The only difficulty I have with the HI is that the reference humidity is fairly high (particularly in South Australia where I come from) so in dry conditions the HI can actually be less than the air temperature. If only Steadman had used a different reference. The Summer Simmer Index (SSI) is a similar kind of index, the inventor of this index did use a low humidity reference so SSI is almost always greater or equal to the temperature.

Note that the HI and SSI do not take sun and wind into account. Steadman did update his HI to take these into account but these adjustments are rarely used (though they should be for outdoors conditions).

Cheers
Hank

At 17:34 12/02/2004 +1000, you wrote:

Hello Stephen

What is heat index?
Chas

Bedourie Qld

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well folks

 

another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs

at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004

temperature 33.8

humidity 48.1

dew point 26.5

barometer 1016.1

 

heat index = 44.6

 

stephen

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Email: H.deWit at BoM.gov.au Embedded Content: 11b9c714.jpg: 00000001,00002e31,00000000,00000000 From: "Clyve Herbert" To: "aussie weather" Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 21:23:44 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 36-214127/24147 Subject: aus-wx: Tropo stuff Hi all...That's a very nice looking tropical low over the Pilbuurra WA maintaining its tropical structure even at rather high latitudes....also not a bad looking 'MCS' on the central NSW coast....regards Clyve H. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Chas Osborn" To: Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 21:03:57 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.3416 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 41-214127/24147 Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day

Thanks Phil

 

Chas

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Hello Stephen

 

What is heat index?

 

Chas

Bedourie Qld

 

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well folks

 

another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs

at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004

temperature 33.8

humidity 48.1

dew point 26.5

barometer 1016.1

 

heat index = 44.6

 

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Embedded Content: image0014.gif: 00000001,12775fd7,00000000,00000000 From: "Chas Osborn" To: Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 21:34:35 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.3416 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 46-214127/24147 Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day

Thanks Hank

 

A great explanation.

In the last couple of days our HI has been greater in the house than outside with these humid northerly winds and evaporative air-conditioning!!

 

 

Chas

Bedourie Qld

 

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From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Hank de Wit
Sent: Thursday, 12 February 2004 7:31 PM
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Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day

 

Hi Chas,

The Heat Index (HI) is another term for the Steadman Apparent Temperature which is used by the US NWS to include the effects of humidity on an 'average' strolling adult.

Steadman chose some absolute humidity as a standard reference, I think it's about 15C. The HI is the temperature required, with this reference humidity, which would produce the same 'heat stress' as the actual temperature and pressure.

He also wanted his index to be a adjustment to temperature, much as the wind chill is.

A higher humidity reduces the ability of the body to lose heat via perspiration. So a higher humidity produces a HI with a higher value than the temperature.

The only difficulty I have with the HI is that the reference humidity is fairly high (particularly in South Australia where I come from) so in dry conditions the HI can actually be less than the air temperature. If only Steadman had used a different reference. The Summer Simmer Index (SSI) is a similar kind of index, the inventor of this index did use a low humidity reference so SSI is almost always greater or equal to the temperature.

Note that the HI and SSI do not take sun and wind into account. Steadman did update his HI to take these into account but these adjustments are rarely used (though they should be for outdoors conditions).

Cheers
Hank

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Hello Stephen

What is heat index?
Chas

Bedourie Qld

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Subject: aus-wx: stinken hot day

 

well folks

 

another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs

at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004

temperature 33.8

humidity 48.1

dew point 26.5

barometer 1016.1

 

heat index = 44.6

 

stephen

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Embedded Content: image0014.jpg: 00000001,32a109a8,00000000,00000000 X-Originating-IP: [203.220.234.110] X-Originating-Email: [zjayjay79 at hotmail.com] X-Sender: zjayjay79 at hotmail.com From: "Jacob G." To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 23:16:18 +0930 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 12 Feb 2004 13:46:18.0953 (UTC) FILETIME=[97A75B90:01C3F16E] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 65-214127/24147 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Tropo stuff Clyve, all Yes, for some reason, perhaps topographic, cyclones seem to weaken much more slowly over the pilbara.. Anyone who has driven the 'sandfire flats' would know the place is almost just an inland ocean..! Id imagine the Ashburton rivers and those that feed from it, including the Gascoyne will be flooding in the very near future.. Shall be interesting to watch! Cheers! (and double cheers for looking beyond ur meteorological backyard!) Jacob G. >From: "Clyve Herbert" >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: "aussie weather" >Subject: aus-wx: Tropo stuff >Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 21:23:44 +1100 > >Hi all...That's a very nice looking tropical low over the Pilbuurra WA >maintaining its tropical structure even at rather high latitudes....also >not >a bad looking 'MCS' on the central NSW coast....regards Clyve H. > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ _________________________________________________________________ Get less junk mail with ninemsn Premium. Click here http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: hdewit at mail.sa.bom.gov.au X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 5.2.1 Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 09:24:10 +1030 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Hank de Wit Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 154-214127/24147 Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day Oops another typo - where I said "actual temperature and pressure" I meant "actual temperature and humidity" but I'm sure you all knew that. It's amazing how fingers can work independently of what the mind is thinking. ;-)

Cheers
Hank

At 21:34 12/02/2004 +1000, you wrote:

Thanks Hank

 A great explanation.

In the last couple of days our HI has been greater in the house than outside with these humid northerly winds and evaporative air-conditioning!!

Chas

Bedourie Qld

 

-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Hank de Wit
Sent: Thursday, 12 February 2004 7:31 PM
To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day

 

Hi Chas,

The Heat Index (HI) is another term for the Steadman Apparent Temperature which is used by the US NWS to include the effects of humidity on an 'average' strolling adult.

Steadman chose some absolute humidity as a standard reference, I think it's about 15C. The HI is the temperature required, with this reference humidity, which would produce the same 'heat stress' as the actual temperature and pressure.

He also wanted his index to be a adjustment to temperature, much as the wind chill is.

A higher humidity reduces the ability of the body to lose heat via perspiration. So a higher humidity produces a HI with a higher value than the temperature.

The only difficulty I have with the HI is that the reference humidity is fairly high (particularly in South Australia where I come from) so in dry conditions the HI can actually be less than the air temperature. If only Steadman had used a different reference. The Summer Simmer Index (SSI) is a similar kind of index, the inventor of this index did use a low humidity reference so SSI is almost always greater or equal to the temperature.

Note that the HI and SSI do not take sun and wind into account. Steadman did update his HI to take these into account but these adjustments are rarely used (though they should be for outdoors conditions).

Cheers
Hank

At 17:34 12/02/2004 +1000, you wrote:


Hello Stephen

What is heat index?
Chas

Bedourie Qld

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From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of sgalow
Sent: Thursday, 12 February 2004 4:40 PM
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Subject: aus-wx: stinken hot day

 

well folks

 

another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs

at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004

temperature 33.8

humidity 48.1

dew point 26.5

barometer 1016.1

 

heat index = 44.6

 

stephen

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Email: H.deWit at BoM.gov.au Embedded Content: 14999143.jpg: 00000001,1fefe179,00000000,00000000 From: "Keith Barnett" To: "Weather list" Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 19:43:34 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 38-214130/24993 Subject: aus-wx: Website upgrade

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Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 21:22:03 +1030 From: Richard Albury User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030624 Netscape/7.1 (ax) X-Accept-Language: en-us, en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com, Richard Albury , raymond Fow X-Virus-Scanned: by amavisd-new at chariot.net.au Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 51-214130/24993 Subject: Re: aus-wx: stinken hot day Hi everyone It definately going to be a stinker tomorrow(14/2/004) with an estimated To of 43C (109f for our US members). Unfortunately it is tending to be in the high 30's for all of next week here in Adelaide and possibly well into next w/end as well At the time of writing this it is 37.2C here at Kurralta Park with just a trace of cirrus in the western sky. Dead calm here as well at the moment min To 18.2 Max To 39.2 Baro 1009.2 F wind calm Weather clear and hot Weather past warm and clear RR nil VV unlimited Fire warnings already gone out for the Adelaide Hills area Except for the inner Adelaide Suburbs a total fire ban will exist throughout the State tomorrow Already there is a firebug lurking in the Adelaide Hills starting a fire in Anstey's Hill region of the Adelaide Hills/ Mt lofty Ranges. The fire was brought rapidly under control by the C F S late this afternoon. Richard Kurralta Park S. Australia +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 01:02:08 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 86-214130/24993 Subject: RE: aus-wx: stinken hot day
Yes stephen,
 
36.2C & 36.0C max the last two days at Mt. Crosby, with a DP in the mid 20's.  More of the same today (14th)  too, with 35C forecast for Amberley.  Pool temp now back to 31.5C at midnight, from a low of 26.5C after all the rain two weeks ago.
 
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Subject: aus-wx: stinken hot day

well folks
 
another stinken hot day  in brisbane west suberbs
at 12:30 pm on 12-02-2004
temperature 33.8
humidity 48.1
dew point 26.5
barometer 1016.1
 
heat index = 44.6
 
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Embedded Content: DefaultLogoWhiteBkgnd2.gif: 00000001,636a420e,00000000,00000000 Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 19:59:45 +1030 From: Richard Albury User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030624 Netscape/7.1 (ax) X-Accept-Language: en-us, en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com, raymond Fow X-Virus-Scanned: by amavisd-new at chariot.net.au Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 25-215457/6590 Subject: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record Hi Everyone Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees Max To today was at 15.35 and was recorded at 44.7C here at Kurralta Park. The minimum To coming at 05.54 hrs and was 29.6C. Fortunately no major fires were recorded and small fires were swiftly dealt with. Max To 44.7 at 15.35 hrs Min To 29.6C at 05.54 hrs Baro 1006.7 F Winds NE 5 kms Seabreeze of 20 kms Weather outlook continuing hot for the near future Richard - Kurralta Park S. Australia +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Simon Angell" To: Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 21:05:19 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2720.3000 X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - mite.vosn.net X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [0 0] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - canberra-wx.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 29-215457/6590 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record It was a warm one here in Canberra today to, pushing 40C around town, Offcially the max will be 38.7C at the AP, 3.5 off the record, and 10.7 above the average., and at Tuggernong (a southern suburb of Canberra) it got to 39.8C. Very warm indeed. Simon ----- Original Message ----- From: "Richard Albury" To: ; "raymond Fow" Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 8:29 PM Subject: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > Hi Everyone > > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees > Max To today was at 15.35 and was recorded at 44.7C here at Kurralta > Park. The minimum To coming at 05.54 hrs and was 29.6C. > > Fortunately no major fires were recorded and small fires were swiftly > dealt with. > > Max To 44.7 at 15.35 hrs > Min To 29.6C at 05.54 hrs > Baro 1006.7 F > Winds NE 5 kms > > Seabreeze of 20 kms > > Weather outlook > > continuing hot for the near future > > Richard - Kurralta Park S. 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If you would like to help, grab a copy at http://www.beach-bum-solutions.com/wr.zip and simply run it (after you obviously scan for viruses). It will log into my server and watch the wind.... We will shortly be adding some remote weather stations to this and a few mates need to run the monitors so I am trying to break either the viewer or the server. Regards, Peter ******************************************* We delete incoming SPAM. If you feel your email is not reaching us, send email to salenetus at yahoo.com and we will look into adding you to our whitelist This mail has been scanned and is believed to be SPAM and VIRUS FREE *******Weather at this location************ Today's rain: 0 mm Temp: 23.0 C Wind-chill: 21.00 Direction: N at 11.0KPH Max gust: 25.0KPH +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 10:07:28 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 123-215458/6590 Subject: aus-wx: Fw: Some help (New software) Forwarded for Peter May. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter May" To: "'Bussy'" Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 9:01 AM Subject: Some help > Hi Bussy. > > I haven't spoke to you for a while but you were one of the original testers > of some weather software I was working on. > > It is still being changed and tested etc and runs up here no worries but I > need a remote part tested again. 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If you feel your > email is not reaching us, send email to > salenetus at yahoo.com and we will look into > adding you to our whitelist > > This mail has been scanned and is believed > to be > SPAM and VIRUS FREE > > *******Weather at this location************ > > Today's rain: 0 mm > > Temp: 22.7 C > Wind-chill: 21.00 > Direction: N at 11.0KPH > Max gust: 25.0KPH > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 11:57:12 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aus-wx Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 17-215460/7376 Subject: aus-wx: January 24-29 Severe Storm Outbreak Reports Hi everyone! I've finally finished uploading my reports from January 24-29...you can see them here (and others!) at: http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/index.html The individual links are: Chase to Jacob's Well: http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/24_01_04ac.html Pottsville HPS/Squall Line: http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/25_01_04ac.html Beaudesert Supercell/"Nuclear Bomb" http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/26_01_04ac.html Lowood Shortlived Supercell/Lightning Show http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/27_01_04ac.html SE QLD Squall Line http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/28_01_04ac.html Stradbroke Island Lightning Show http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/29_01_04ac.html I hope everyone enjoys it! Certainly was a memorable period. A bit short on text...but lots of pics! -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: Blair Trewin To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 14:00:58 +1100 (EST) X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.5 PL3] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 23-215460/7376 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > > Hi Everyone > > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees Actually, the hottest February day on record (as it says in the subject header), and the hottest in any month since January 1939. This leads me on to the string of other records broken: (in all cases these refer only to Stevenson screen obs - in some cases there are higher values from other exposures in the late 19th/ early 20th century) NSW state February record: 47.6 at Pooncarie (previously 47.2 on no fewer than 5 different occasions, most recently in 1968) Victorian state February record: 46.7 at Ouyen (previously 45.6 at Rutherglen, 1/2/1968). Walpeup (46.3), Swan Hill (46.0) and Nhill (45.7) also all broke the old record, and Mildura (45.6) and Nhill Airport (45.6) equalled it. I've been through the set of stations I use for climate change work (103 nationally) - 8 of these set February records yesterday (a couple of others have set records earlier in the week). These are: Adelaide (already discussed) Port Lincoln (44.2, previously 43.4, 3/2/1993) Snowtown (45.2, previously 44.8, 16/2/1983) Nuriootpa (43.0, previously 42.1, 20/2/1980) Bathurst Ag (38.5, previously 37.8, 24/2/1923) Mildura (45.6, previously 45.0 in 1926 and 1933) Nhill (45.7, previously 45.2, 1/2/1968) Kerang (45.1, previously 44.2, 24/2/1968) I haven't checked other stations as yet in detail. The highest in SA was 47.0 at Gluepot Reserve (NW of Renmark), below the state February record of 47.9 (and for that matter the 47.3 at Ceduna earlier in the week). In a few cases I've merged stations where they're reasonably comparable (e.g. the old and new Snowtown and Nuriootpa sites). Blair +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 19:50:15 +1100 From: Don White X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 10-2152360/17090 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record Blair... Sunday 15th in NSW even hotter... records must have occurred everywhere from Bathurst (40) Orange (37), dubbo (44) - in fact a whole range of places 44-46 in the central west, Riverina (hay Lake Cargelligo 47 etc etc) and far west.. and Ivanhoe 48.. a new NSW record... will be interested to see the listing of all records. Don White Blair Trewin wrote: > > > > > Hi Everyone > > > > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former > > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees > > Actually, the hottest February day on record (as it says in the > subject header), and the hottest in any month since January 1939. > > This leads me on to the string of other records broken: > > (in all cases these refer only to Stevenson screen obs - in some > cases there are higher values from other exposures in the late 19th/ > early 20th century) > > NSW state February record: 47.6 at Pooncarie (previously 47.2 on no > fewer than 5 different occasions, most recently in 1968) > > Victorian state February record: 46.7 at Ouyen (previously 45.6 at > Rutherglen, 1/2/1968). Walpeup (46.3), Swan Hill (46.0) and Nhill > (45.7) also all broke the old record, and Mildura (45.6) and Nhill > Airport (45.6) equalled it. > > I've been through the set of stations I use for climate change work > (103 nationally) - 8 of these set February records yesterday (a > couple of others have set records earlier in the week). These are: > > Adelaide (already discussed) > Port Lincoln (44.2, previously 43.4, 3/2/1993) > Snowtown (45.2, previously 44.8, 16/2/1983) > Nuriootpa (43.0, previously 42.1, 20/2/1980) > Bathurst Ag (38.5, previously 37.8, 24/2/1923) > Mildura (45.6, previously 45.0 in 1926 and 1933) > Nhill (45.7, previously 45.2, 1/2/1968) > Kerang (45.1, previously 44.2, 24/2/1968) > > I haven't checked other stations as yet in detail. The highest in SA > was 47.0 at Gluepot Reserve (NW of Renmark), below the state February > record of 47.9 (and for that matter the 47.3 at Ceduna earlier in the > week). > > In a few cases I've merged stations where they're reasonably comparable > (e.g. the old and new Snowtown and Nuriootpa sites). > > Blair > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 20:54:12 +1100 From: Don White X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aussie Weather Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 15-2152360/17090 Subject: aus-wx: Heat in Sydney Although no records have yet been broken on indicvidual days, some records have fallen in Sydney in the past week. 1. From 6th to 13th Feb - 8 consecutive days above 29 degrees. Previous record 6 days on numerous occasions. 2 from 6-15th - 10 days > 27 degrees. The have been 10 days in the past in 1983, 1993, 1998 and 1999... so we'll have to wait and see what tomorrow brings. 3. From 7-15th - 9 consecutive days with min temp > 22 degrees. Smashed previous record of 6 set from 3 Feb 1998... and there could be more don White +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 20:17:01 +1000 From: Tim Eckert To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: Webmail Mirapoint Direct 3.3.6-GR Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 22-2152360/17090 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record 42.3C again today in Adelaide after the 44C yesterday. That makes 12 consecutive days over 30C! With the current forecast of over 30C for this week we could end up with close to 20 consecutive days over 30C. (amazing considering we had only the 4 days over 30C in January!) Tim. ---- Original message ---- >Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 19:50:15 +1100 >From: Don White >Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record >To: aussie-weather at world.std.com > >Blair... >Sunday 15th in NSW even hotter... records must have occurred everywhere >from Bathurst (40) Orange (37), dubbo (44) - in fact a whole range of >places 44-46 in the central west, Riverina (hay Lake Cargelligo 47 etc >etc) and far west.. and Ivanhoe 48.. a new NSW record... will be >interested to see the listing of all records. > >Don White > >Blair Trewin wrote: >> >> > >> > Hi Everyone >> > >> > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former >> > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees >> >> Actually, the hottest February day on record (as it says in the >> subject header), and the hottest in any month since January 1939. >> >> This leads me on to the string of other records broken: >> >> (in all cases these refer only to Stevenson screen obs - in some >> cases there are higher values from other exposures in the late 19th/ >> early 20th century) >> >> NSW state February record: 47.6 at Pooncarie (previously 47.2 on no >> fewer than 5 different occasions, most recently in 1968) >> >> Victorian state February record: 46.7 at Ouyen (previously 45.6 at >> Rutherglen, 1/2/1968). Walpeup (46.3), Swan Hill (46.0) and Nhill >> (45.7) also all broke the old record, and Mildura (45.6) and Nhill >> Airport (45.6) equalled it. >> >> I've been through the set of stations I use for climate change work >> (103 nationally) - 8 of these set February records yesterday (a >> couple of others have set records earlier in the week). These are: >> >> Adelaide (already discussed) >> Port Lincoln (44.2, previously 43.4, 3/2/1993) >> Snowtown (45.2, previously 44.8, 16/2/1983) >> Nuriootpa (43.0, previously 42.1, 20/2/1980) >> Bathurst Ag (38.5, previously 37.8, 24/2/1923) >> Mildura (45.6, previously 45.0 in 1926 and 1933) >> Nhill (45.7, previously 45.2, 1/2/1968) >> Kerang (45.1, previously 44.2, 24/2/1968) >> >> I haven't checked other stations as yet in detail. The highest in SA >> was 47.0 at Gluepot Reserve (NW of Renmark), below the state February >> record of 47.9 (and for that matter the 47.3 at Ceduna earlier in the >> week). >> >> In a few cases I've merged stations where they're reasonably comparable >> (e.g. the old and new Snowtown and Nuriootpa sites). >> >> Blair >> +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ >> To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com >> with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your >> message. >> -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------ ------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au--------------------------- --- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "G8.106" To: Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 22:05:41 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 46-2152360/17090 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record Hi all. Some interesting data here, other than the heat, what has been a little unusual with such high temps are the relatively high dew points that have persisted across much of inland south east Australia for much of the past several days, over all of northern Victoria temps in the low to mid forties have been accompanied by dew points between 12c and 17c with little diurnal drying out, dew points today were even higher especially over the northeast of Victoria. It seems the relatively high DP's are not restricted to Victoria but most of NSW as well....even South Australia has seen persistent DP's between 10c and 14 c through the interior....regards Clyve H... ----- Original Message ----- From: "Don White" To: Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 7:50 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > Blair... > Sunday 15th in NSW even hotter... records must have occurred everywhere > from Bathurst (40) Orange (37), dubbo (44) - in fact a whole range of > places 44-46 in the central west, Riverina (hay Lake Cargelligo 47 etc > etc) and far west.. and Ivanhoe 48.. a new NSW record... will be > interested to see the listing of all records. > > Don White > > Blair Trewin wrote: > > > > > > > > Hi Everyone > > > > > > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former > > > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees > > > > Actually, the hottest February day on record (as it says in the > > subject header), and the hottest in any month since January 1939. > > > > This leads me on to the string of other records broken: > > > > (in all cases these refer only to Stevenson screen obs - in some > > cases there are higher values from other exposures in the late 19th/ > > early 20th century) > > > > NSW state February record: 47.6 at Pooncarie (previously 47.2 on no > > fewer than 5 different occasions, most recently in 1968) > > > > Victorian state February record: 46.7 at Ouyen (previously 45.6 at > > Rutherglen, 1/2/1968). Walpeup (46.3), Swan Hill (46.0) and Nhill > > (45.7) also all broke the old record, and Mildura (45.6) and Nhill > > Airport (45.6) equalled it. > > > > I've been through the set of stations I use for climate change work > > (103 nationally) - 8 of these set February records yesterday (a > > couple of others have set records earlier in the week). These are: > > > > Adelaide (already discussed) > > Port Lincoln (44.2, previously 43.4, 3/2/1993) > > Snowtown (45.2, previously 44.8, 16/2/1983) > > Nuriootpa (43.0, previously 42.1, 20/2/1980) > > Bathurst Ag (38.5, previously 37.8, 24/2/1923) > > Mildura (45.6, previously 45.0 in 1926 and 1933) > > Nhill (45.7, previously 45.2, 1/2/1968) > > Kerang (45.1, previously 44.2, 24/2/1968) > > > > I haven't checked other stations as yet in detail. The highest in SA > > was 47.0 at Gluepot Reserve (NW of Renmark), below the state February > > record of 47.9 (and for that matter the 47.3 at Ceduna earlier in the > > week). > > > > In a few cases I've merged stations where they're reasonably comparable > > (e.g. the old and new Snowtown and Nuriootpa sites). > > > > Blair > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 06:51:16 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 85-2152360/17090 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record Have been watching that too Clyve. Been hovering above 16 for days now. Makes the evaporative cooler struggle let me tell you. DP here at present is 17.3 (6.50 am) ----- Original Message ----- From: "G8.106" To: Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 10:05 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > Hi all. > Some interesting data here, other than the heat, what has been a little > unusual with such high temps are the relatively high dew points that have > persisted across much of inland south east Australia for much of the past > several days, over all of northern Victoria temps in the low to mid forties > have been accompanied by dew points between 12c and 17c with little diurnal > drying out, dew points today were even higher especially over the northeast > of Victoria. It seems the relatively high DP's are not restricted to > Victoria but most of NSW as well....even South Australia has seen persistent > DP's between 10c and 14 c through the interior....regards Clyve H... > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Don White" > To: > Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 7:50 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > > > > Blair... > > Sunday 15th in NSW even hotter... records must have occurred everywhere > > from Bathurst (40) Orange (37), dubbo (44) - in fact a whole range of > > places 44-46 in the central west, Riverina (hay Lake Cargelligo 47 etc > > etc) and far west.. and Ivanhoe 48.. a new NSW record... will be > > interested to see the listing of all records. > > > > Don White > > > > Blair Trewin wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > Hi Everyone > > > > > > > > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the > former > > > > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees > > > > > > Actually, the hottest February day on record (as it says in the > > > subject header), and the hottest in any month since January 1939. > > > > > > This leads me on to the string of other records broken: > > > > > > (in all cases these refer only to Stevenson screen obs - in some > > > cases there are higher values from other exposures in the late 19th/ > > > early 20th century) > > > > > > NSW state February record: 47.6 at Pooncarie (previously 47.2 on no > > > fewer than 5 different occasions, most recently in 1968) > > > > > > Victorian state February record: 46.7 at Ouyen (previously 45.6 at > > > Rutherglen, 1/2/1968). Walpeup (46.3), Swan Hill (46.0) and Nhill > > > (45.7) also all broke the old record, and Mildura (45.6) and Nhill > > > Airport (45.6) equalled it. > > > > > > I've been through the set of stations I use for climate change work > > > (103 nationally) - 8 of these set February records yesterday (a > > > couple of others have set records earlier in the week). These are: > > > > > > Adelaide (already discussed) > > > Port Lincoln (44.2, previously 43.4, 3/2/1993) > > > Snowtown (45.2, previously 44.8, 16/2/1983) > > > Nuriootpa (43.0, previously 42.1, 20/2/1980) > > > Bathurst Ag (38.5, previously 37.8, 24/2/1923) > > > Mildura (45.6, previously 45.0 in 1926 and 1933) > > > Nhill (45.7, previously 45.2, 1/2/1968) > > > Kerang (45.1, previously 44.2, 24/2/1968) > > > > > > I haven't checked other stations as yet in detail. The highest in SA > > > was 47.0 at Gluepot Reserve (NW of Renmark), below the state February > > > record of 47.9 (and for that matter the 47.3 at Ceduna earlier in the > > > week). > > > > > > In a few cases I've merged stations where they're reasonably comparable > > > (e.g. the old and new Snowtown and Nuriootpa sites). > > > > > > Blair > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: Blair Trewin To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 11:22:56 +1100 (EST) X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.5 PL3] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-216132/20207 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > > Blair... > Sunday 15th in NSW even hotter... records must have occurred everywhere > from Bathurst (40) Orange (37), dubbo (44) - in fact a whole range of > places 44-46 in the central west, Riverina (hay Lake Cargelligo 47 etc > etc) and far west.. and Ivanhoe 48.. a new NSW record... will be > interested to see the listing of all records. > Ivanhoe came in at 48.5 - a new NSW record as you say. In addition to the records I mentioned last time from Saturday, records on Sunday included Wilcannia (47.1), Cobar (46.1 - equal), Dubbo (44.5) and Bathurst (40.1). Dubbo is a record for any month, although there isn't data available from there for 1939. (Bathurst fell only 0.5 short of its January 1939 temperatures). Since this episode started, 13 of the 101 stations I use have set February records (some of them on multiple occasions). There may be more this week as the extreme heat starts to spread into southern Queensland. 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well folks it is monday 16-02-04
 hi has reached 50 deg c again
barometer is falling ,
hi temp at 37
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we have storms heading as I type this towards gatton , at 15 km/h
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it looks read on the ldcwr on marburg radar from bom
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Embedded Content: DefaultLogoWhiteBkgnd3.gif: 00000001,22733515,00000000,00000000 From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 18:34:45 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 10-2162413/4293 Subject: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop After sweltering with high humidity etc I had an incredible drop in Dew Point temps today. Is this a normal thing? Went from 18.1 at 10.57am to -0.8 at 4.17pm. I don't think I've ever seen a drop as big as that before. Conditions here certainly improved though. Even though we hit 37.5 (my station) it felt so much better, seeing as it was "drier" heat. Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "G8.106" To: Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 21:22:29 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 20-2162413/4293 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop Hi Bussy. My dew point 'front' went through Woodend about 2200hrs last night the temp at 2145 was 19.8 DP near 18c, then at 2200 temp fell to 15.5c DP about 7c, it was an odd set-up with falling temps and falling humidity, the cause was a very marked change in airmass origin, the cooler dryer air arriving from the southern Ocean..regards Clyve H ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Sent: Monday, February 16, 2004 6:34 PM Subject: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop > After sweltering with high humidity etc I had an incredible drop in Dew > Point temps today. Is this a normal thing? Went from 18.1 at 10.57am to -0.8 > at 4.17pm. I don't think I've ever seen a drop as big as that before. > Conditions here certainly improved though. Even though we hit 37.5 (my > station) it felt so much better, seeing as it was "drier" heat. > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [144.138.156.193] X-Originating-Email: [mrcenterprises at hotmail.com] X-Sender: mrcenterprises at hotmail.com From: "Gavin O'Brien" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 23:12:48 +1100 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 16 Feb 2004 12:12:48.0609 (UTC) FILETIME=[3147CD10:01C3F486] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 35-2162413/4293 Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record Hi all and Simon You were right.We recorded a max of 37.2 at Gilmore and 40.3 at Bonython on Saturday but Mins have been below the 18 degrees recorded at the Airport over the last few nights varying from 18.8 on the 11th to 16.1 on the14th but then at 660 metres we might be a little cooler than the airport at 576 metres.Its interesting in Winter on calm nights we are always warmer?.Looks like we might have another burst by Friday but I will be in sticky Sydney until Sunday.We are setting up another Thermometer site in Wanniassa in the next few weeks.I just havenot had time to look at our records to see how this year compares with previous years.Will advise the list when I have done so. Gavin Southside Weather Gilmore >From: "Simon Angell" >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: >Subject: Re: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record >Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 21:05:19 +1100 > >It was a warm one here in Canberra today to, pushing 40C around town, >Offcially the max will be 38.7C at the AP, 3.5 off the record, and 10.7 >above the average., and at Tuggernong (a southern suburb of Canberra) it >got >to 39.8C. Very warm indeed. > >Simon >----- Original Message ----- >From: "Richard Albury" >To: ; "raymond Fow" >Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 8:29 PM >Subject: aus-wx: hottest day of February on record > > > > Hi Everyone > > > > Today has been the hottest day on record in Adelaide breaking the former > > record of 43.4C by 1.5C degrees > > Max To today was at 15.35 and was recorded at 44.7C here at Kurralta > > Park. The minimum To coming at 05.54 hrs and was 29.6C. > > > > Fortunately no major fires were recorded and small fires were swiftly > > dealt with. > > > > Max To 44.7 at 15.35 hrs > > Min To 29.6C at 05.54 hrs > > Baro 1006.7 F > > Winds NE 5 kms > > > > Seabreeze of 20 kms > > > > Weather outlook > > > > continuing hot for the near future > > > > Richard - Kurralta Park S. 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Go to http://ninemsn.com.au/mobilemania/default.asp +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Weathernut" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: NeoMail 1.26 X-IPAddress: 203.206.97.233 Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 07:30:10 -0500 X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - neptune.hiddenservers.com X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [638 641] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - neptune.hiddenservers.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 41-2162413/4293 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop Hi All. Well here in Wagga the DP was -4.8c then jumped to 14.9c in just 10min just before sunset.. The rise was due to an easterly change which also had some CU`s developing but as soon as the sunset they fell apart.. http://www.weatherwatching.net/albums/album79/tempanddp.png Chart from the weatherzone Cheers > Hi Bussy. > > My dew point 'front' went through Woodend about 2200hrs last night the temp > at 2145 was 19.8 DP near 18c, then at 2200 temp fell to 15.5c DP about 7c, > it was an odd set-up with falling temps and falling humidity, the cause was > a very marked change in airmass origin, the cooler dryer air arriving from > the southern Ocean..regards Clyve H > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Bussy" > To: "aussie-weather" > Sent: Monday, February 16, 2004 6:34 PM > Subject: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop > > > > After sweltering with high humidity etc I had an incredible drop in Dew > > Point temps today. Is this a normal thing? Went from 18.1 at 10.57am > to -0.8 > > at 4.17pm. I don't think I've ever seen a drop as big as that before. > > Conditions here certainly improved though. Even though we hit 37.5 (my > > station) it felt so much better, seeing as it was "drier" heat. > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > ========================================== > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > ========================================== > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- +-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------- ----- > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- +-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au--------------------------- --- > > -- Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia http://www.weatherwatching.net +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 17:52:48 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 10-21816/7598 Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we can get it with the free trade deal........ http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cursor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) ========================================== (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) ========================================== +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Doug's Electronics" To: Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 16:21:06 +0800 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 18-21816/7598 Subject: aus-wx: Perth heat!
Well its been a bloody stinker today in Perth, not to mention very humid also.
The majority of the day has seen a Ne'ly wind and DP's around the 20 mark.
Its also been hovering around the 40c mark for nearly 5 hours straight.
The day started our with a thick middle level cloud cover around perth which slowly eased, by noon there was some weak Cu developing which still hasnt really gotten anywhere.
I am note sure whether or not we will get a storm, but i cant remember a day where it cracked 40 at 12:45pm and at 4:19pm it is still on 40.1
 
The seabreeze never made it inland, currently there is a S'ly on the coast and winds are a little more variable inland but still generally Ne'ly winds around 10 knots
 
WHAT A DAY!!
 
Kind regards,
 
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From: "Keith Barnett" To: Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 19:30:54 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 19-21816/7598 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station
I have a wireless wx station Bussy (so do quite a few people on this list and elsewhere), but not that brand. How the technology has come along in recent years! But I still keep good old-fashioned BoM standard instrumentation in a good old-fashioned Stevenson screen....
 
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Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we can
get it with the free trade deal........
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From: "sgalow" To: Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 19:24:24 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 41-21816/7598 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle with bret and the crew A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane with regads to storm chaseing . jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as such Stephen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bussy" To: "aussie-weather" Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we can > get it with the free trade deal........ > http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cursor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > ========================================== > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > ========================================== > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 22:52:24 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 43-21816/7598 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station and Today Tonight Hi Stephen, Thanks very much for your comments - glad you enjoyed it all. Any component you enjoyed in the footage? As to the programs, you need to speak to Brett Vilnis - he will definitely be the better person to discuss this further. Regards, Jimmy Deguara At 08:24 PM 17/02/2004, you wrote: >ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle >with bret and the crew > > A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane >with regads to storm chaseing . > >jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as such > >Stephen > > >----- Original Message ----- >From: "Bussy" >To: "aussie-weather" >Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM >Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we >can > > get it with the free trade deal........ > > >http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cursor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > ========================================== > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > ========================================== > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 23:19:21 +1100 From: Peter Creswick X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Win98; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 58-21816/7598 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station and Today Tonight You looked OK on TV Jimmy. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jacob at mail.iinet.net.au X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Pro Version 4.1 Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 22:09:22 +0800 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jacob Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 69-21816/7598 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Perth heat! According to what I heard on the radio today from a BoM spokesperson, these are record dew points for Perth with such high temperatures. Here are the hourly temps from Perth City: Time Temp Dew Pt 6:00pm 35.1 20.8 5:00pm 37.7 21.4 4:00pm 39.4 17.8 3:00pm 39.5 20.2 2:00pm 39.7 19.9 1:00pm 39.5 21.0 12:00pm 38.0 21.2 11:00am 36.0 21.2 10:00am 35.1 21.9 9:00am 32.3 20.9 8:00am 29.5 20.0 7:00am 28.1 19.0 6:00am 27.7 18.8 5:00am 28.1 18.9 4:00am 28.7 18.7 3:00am 29.5 19.0 2:00am 30.2 19.0 1:00am 31.6 18.6 12:00am 32.7 18.0 11:00pm 33.4 18.6 The max was 41.5C at 4:22pm, the minimum to 9am this morning was 27.7C. Storms hit the city at about 6:30pm, which brought the temperature down but of course raised the dew points. It was also the first day of measurable rainfall in Perth for almost 2 months. Jacob At 04:21 PM 17/02/2004 +0800, you wrote: > > Well its been a bloody stinker today in Perth, not to mention very humid > also. > The majority of the day has seen a Ne'ly wind and DP's around the 20 mark. > Its also been hovering around the 40c mark for nearly 5 hours straight. > The day started our with a thick middle level cloud cover around perth which > slowly eased, by noon there was some weak Cu developing which still hasnt > really gotten anywhere. > I am note sure whether or not we will get a storm, but i cant remember a day > where it cracked 40 at 12:45pm and at 4:19pm it is still on 40.1 > > The seabreeze never made it inland, currently there is a S'ly on the coast > and winds are a little more variable inland but still generally Ne'ly winds > around 10 knots > > WHAT A DAY!! > > Kind regards, > > Kirk Austin > Doug's Electronics & Lifestyle > Sales & Support > Email : Kirk at dougselectronics.com > Electrical: Http://www.dougselectronics.com > Lifestyle: > Http://www.dougslifestyle.com/ccc > Phone : (08) 94702602 > 9am-5:30pm WST > Mon-Sat +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Authentication-Warning: localhost.localdomain: dhart owned process doing -bs Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 10:09:22 -0500 (EST) From: dhart at theworld.com X-X-Sender: dhart at localhost.localdomain To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-PMX-Version: 4.5.0.90627, Antispam-Core: 4.0.4.90552, Antispam-Data: 2004.2.13.91572 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 75-21816/7598 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Perth heat! Come on Jake, this has to be unconfortable even for you! ;-) -dkh- On Tue, 17 Feb 2004, Jacob wrote: > > According to what I heard on the radio today from a BoM spokesperson, these are > record dew points for Perth with such high temperatures. > > Here are the hourly temps from Perth City: > > Time Temp Dew Pt > 6:00pm 35.1 20.8 > 5:00pm 37.7 21.4 > 4:00pm 39.4 17.8 > 3:00pm 39.5 20.2 > 2:00pm 39.7 19.9 > 1:00pm 39.5 21.0 > 12:00pm 38.0 21.2 > 11:00am 36.0 21.2 > 10:00am 35.1 21.9 > 9:00am 32.3 20.9 > 8:00am 29.5 20.0 > 7:00am 28.1 19.0 > 6:00am 27.7 18.8 > 5:00am 28.1 18.9 > 4:00am 28.7 18.7 > 3:00am 29.5 19.0 > 2:00am 30.2 19.0 > 1:00am 31.6 18.6 > 12:00am 32.7 18.0 > 11:00pm 33.4 18.6 > > The max was 41.5C at 4:22pm, the minimum to 9am this morning was 27.7C. > Storms hit the city at about 6:30pm, which brought the temperature down but of > course raised the dew points. It was also the first day of measurable rainfall > in Perth for almost 2 months. > > Jacob > > > At 04:21 PM 17/02/2004 +0800, you wrote: > > > > Well its been a bloody stinker today in Perth, not to mention very humid > > also. > > The majority of the day has seen a Ne'ly wind and DP's around the 20 mark. > > Its also been hovering around the 40c mark for nearly 5 hours straight. > > The day started our with a thick middle level cloud cover around perth which > > slowly eased, by noon there was some weak Cu developing which still hasnt > > really gotten anywhere. > > I am note sure whether or not we will get a storm, but i cant remember a day > > where it cracked 40 at 12:45pm and at 4:19pm it is still on 40.1 > > > > The seabreeze never made it inland, currently there is a S'ly on the coast > > and winds are a little more variable inland but still generally Ne'ly winds > > around 10 knots > > > > WHAT A DAY!! > > > > Kind regards, > > > > Kirk Austin > > Doug's Electronics & Lifestyle > > Sales & Support > > Email : Kirk at dougselectronics.com > > Electrical: Http://www.dougselectronics.com > > Lifestyle: > > Http://www.dougslifestyle.com/ccc > > Phone : (08) 94702602 > > 9am-5:30pm WST > > Mon-Sat > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Bussy" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 06:51:21 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 32-21818/8499 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station Agreed there. Loved the footage of the lightning filling the sky. Very nice. I didn't even know it was gunna be on until a friend rang me about it. Good stuff guys, I liked it. ----- Original Message ----- From: "sgalow" To: Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 8:24 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station > ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle > with bret and the crew > > A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane > with regads to storm chaseing . > > jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as such > > Stephen > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Bussy" > To: "aussie-weather" > Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM > Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we > can > > get it with the free trade deal........ > > > http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cursor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > ========================================== > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > ========================================== > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 07:21:34 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 35-21818/8499 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Today Tonight Interview Hi Bussy, Peter and all other watchers, Glad you all enjoyed the entertainment:) Yes I think they put the story together well. Bit different to others I have been involved with. Now you know who we are. Regards, Jimmy Deguara www.thunderbolttours.com www.australiasevereweather.com At 06:51 AM 18/02/2004, you wrote: >Agreed there. Loved the footage of the lightning filling the sky. Very nice. >I didn't even know it was gunna be on until a friend rang me about it. Good >stuff guys, I liked it. >----- Original Message ----- >From: "sgalow" >To: >Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 8:24 PM >Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle > > with bret and the crew > > > > A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane > > with regads to storm chaseing . > > > > jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as >such > > > > Stephen > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Bussy" > > To: "aussie-weather" > > Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM > > Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > > > > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we > > can > > > get it with the free trade deal........ > > > > > >http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cursor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > > ========================================== > > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > > ========================================== > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of >your > > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Brett Vilnis" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 09:48:03 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 69-21818/8499 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station Thanks, It was a good for all storm chasers in general. The media show us as people that chase and research, not cowboys which is good for all Brett ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bussy" To: Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 6:51 AM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station > Agreed there. Loved the footage of the lightning filling the sky. Very nice. > I didn't even know it was gunna be on until a friend rang me about it. Good > stuff guys, I liked it. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "sgalow" > To: > Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 8:24 PM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle > > with bret and the crew > > > > A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane > > with regads to storm chaseing . > > > > jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as > such > > > > Stephen > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Bussy" > > To: "aussie-weather" > > Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM > > Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > > > > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we > > can > > > get it with the free trade deal........ > > > > > > http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cu rsor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > > ========================================== > > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > > ========================================== > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 08:48:17 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 142-218242/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station and Today Tonight will Jimmy , there were a few parts I liked 1. the footage you shot in texas usa of storms 2. the local footage from dorigo area of new south wales 3. how you set up your 4wd . I now think Jimmy , that I am going to do more storm chaseing from my home , in brisbane west subers , not that far from john woodbridge at mt crosby . Stephen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jimmy Deguara" To: Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 9:52 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station and Today Tonight > Hi Stephen, > > Thanks very much for your comments - glad you enjoyed it all. Any component > you enjoyed in the footage? > > As to the programs, you need to speak to Brett Vilnis - he will definitely > be the better person to discuss this further. > > Regards, > > Jimmy Deguara > > At 08:24 PM 17/02/2004, you wrote: > >ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle > >with bret and the crew > > > > A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane > >with regads to storm chaseing . > > > >jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as such > > > >Stephen > > > > > >----- Original Message ----- > >From: "Bussy" > >To: "aussie-weather" > >Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM > >Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > > > > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we > >can > > > get it with the free trade deal........ > > > > >http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&c ursor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > > ========================================== > > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > > ========================================== > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > ------------------------------------- > Jimmy Deguara > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Brett Vilnis" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 09:51:52 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 71-21818/8499 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station Hi All, We used a LaCrosse WS-2310 which is a great weather station with PC interface. We then use Weather Display Software to log data to a notebook. for more info email me at brett at weatherdownunder.net or go to my weather station site at www.weatherdownunder.net.au . Thanks, Brett ----- Original Message ----- From: "sgalow" To: Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 8:24 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Weather Station > ask jimmy what one he uses on the 4 wd veichle > with bret and the crew > > A job well done Jimmy and bret on today - tonight on brisbane > with regads to storm chaseing . > > jimmy , What program do you use for tracking down these supper cells as such > > Stephen > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Bussy" > To: "aussie-weather" > Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 4:52 PM > Subject: aus-wx: Weather Station > > > > Can't say I've ever heard of one of these. I think it's American. Hey we > can > > get it with the free trade deal........ > > > http://www.frontgate.com/fg/pdp.jsp?prod_oid=3515153&showarrow=y&search=y&cu rsor=6&k=XX18549&k=XX10979 > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > ========================================== > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > ========================================== > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [203.54.206.190] X-Originating-Email: [mrcenterprises at hotmail.com] X-Sender: mrcenterprises at hotmail.com From: "Gavin O'Brien" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 11:55:32 +1100 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 18 Feb 2004 00:55:33.0198 (UTC) FILETIME=[E983A6E0:01C3F5B9] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-21822/25985 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop Hi in Waqga Wagga from us in Canberra.How often does the Easterly change reach you out there? I am suprised it gets that far as it is only shallow and I think a modified sea breeze for us.We normally get it here (Gilmore) around 5.30 to 7.30 pm following a lull from the North Westerly that precedes it. It is always very welcome and can gust to 65 km/hr soon after its arrival Humidety shoots up from 20 to 80 % in minutes with up to 10 dgree temp drop.I spent some time at Moree some years ago in Summer and noted they had a strong cooler and humid East North Easter most summer evenings which I assumed came off the Northern Tablelands.Now I am not so sure of the cause of this event. Gavin Canberra. >From: "Weathernut" >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >Subject: Re: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop >Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 07:30:10 -0500 > >Hi All. > >Well here in Wagga the DP was -4.8c then jumped to 14.9c in just 10min >just before sunset.. The rise was due to an easterly change which also >had some CU`s developing but as soon as the sunset they fell apart.. > >http://www.weatherwatching.net/albums/album79/tempanddp.png >Chart from the weatherzone > >Cheers > > > Hi Bussy. > > > > My dew point 'front' went through Woodend about 2200hrs last night >the temp > > at 2145 was 19.8 DP near 18c, then at 2200 temp fell to 15.5c DP >about 7c, > > it was an odd set-up with falling temps and falling humidity, the >cause was > > a very marked change in airmass origin, the cooler dryer air >arriving from > > the southern Ocean..regards Clyve H > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Bussy" > > To: "aussie-weather" > > Sent: Monday, February 16, 2004 6:34 PM > > Subject: aus-wx: Dew pressure drop > > > > > > > After sweltering with high humidity etc I had an incredible drop >in Dew > > > Point temps today. Is this a normal thing? Went from 18.1 at >10.57am > > to -0.8 > > > at 4.17pm. I don't think I've ever seen a drop as big as that >before. > > > Conditions here certainly improved though. Even though we hit 37.5 >(my > > > station) it felt so much better, seeing as it was "drier" heat. > > > > > > Bussy (Rutherglen, NE Victoria) > > > ========================================== > > > (In and Out going Mail scanned by Norton Anti-Virus) > > > ========================================== > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- >+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body >of your > > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------- >----- > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- >+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail >to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of >your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au--------------------------- >--- > > > > > > > >-- >Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia >http://www.weatherwatching.net > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ _________________________________________________________________ Get less junk mail with ninemsn Premium. Click here http://ninemsn.com.au/premium/landing.asp +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Paul Yole" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:29:45 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 37-218241/13278 Subject: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images Hey All, Just found this German site with some Aussie images on it (Including one of mine). All copyright's appear to be there, but there are a few pics on there from others, and thought they might like a look. The page is http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder/blitze.htm PaulY Paul Yole Ph: (040) 921-9185 email: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au MSN: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Paul Yole" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:34:54 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 40-218241/13278 Subject: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images Just an addition. The main page for the weather pics is http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder.htm PaulY -----Original Message----- From: Paul Yole [mailto:pyole78 at yahoo.com.au] Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 10:30 PM To: Aussie Weather (aussie-weather at world.std.com) Subject: German site with Oz chaser images Hey All, Just found this German site with some Aussie images on it (Including one of mine). All copyright's appear to be there, but there are a few pics on there from others, and thought they might like a look. The page is http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder/blitze.htm PaulY Paul Yole Ph: (040) 921-9185 email: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au MSN: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Max" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:49:58 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 44-218241/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images Interesting !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111 ----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Yole" To: "Aussie Weather" Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 10:29 PM Subject: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images > Hey All, > > Just found this German site with some Aussie images on it (Including one > of mine). All copyright's appear to be there, but there are a few pics > on there from others, and thought they might like a look. > > The page is http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder/blitze.htm > > PaulY > > Paul Yole > Ph: (040) 921-9185 > email: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au > MSN: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Clyve Herbert" To: "aussie weather" Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 23:01:55 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 45-218241/13278 Subject: aus-wx: Strange radar Ceduna Hi all....Noticed over the past several days some really strange radar returns over the Australian Bight region in the vicinity off shore of Ceduna mainly at night and its back again tonight ?, sat pics show nothing, so is there a an atmospheric set up such as a strong low level inversion interfering with normal radar returns here...regards Clyve H. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:03:38 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aus-wx Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 47-218241/13278 Subject: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show Hi everyone! A spectacular day of severe storms on the Downs on Monday, I've uploaded a report and pictures at: http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/16_02_04ac.html I was astounded to receive 3cm hail with -4C at 500mb and a freezing level above 15-15,500ft!!! Not to mention the 41/25 before the hail fell...makes you think twice about how often hail might actually fall in the tropics! Hope people enjoy the report! -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [210.50.228.4] X-Originating-Email: [beanzvision at hotmail.com] X-Sender: beanzvision at hotmail.com From: "BEANZVISION" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 23:04:59 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 18 Feb 2004 12:05:02.0133 (UTC) FILETIME=[7010B650:01C3F617] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 48-218241/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images There are great images though! :P ----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Yole" To: "Aussie Weather" Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 10:29 PM Subject: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images > Hey All, > > Just found this German site with some Aussie images on it (Including one > of mine). All copyright's appear to be there, but there are a few pics > on there from others, and thought they might like a look. > > The page is http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder/blitze.htm > > PaulY > > Paul Yole > Ph: (040) 921-9185 > email: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au > MSN: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "G8.106" To: Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 23:16:07 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 50-218241/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show Hi Supercell.....Very nice some great pics and a good report,regards Clyve H. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anthony Cornelius" To: "Aus-wx" Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 11:03 PM Subject: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show > Hi everyone! > > A spectacular day of severe storms on the Downs on Monday, I've uploaded > a report and pictures at: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/16_02_04ac.html > > I was astounded to receive 3cm hail with -4C at 500mb and a freezing > level above 15-15,500ft!!! Not to mention the 41/25 before the hail > fell...makes you think twice about how often hail might actually fall in > the tropics! > > Hope people enjoy the report! > -- > Anthony Cornelius > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > 0417 759 304 > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 20:46:10 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 18 Feb 2004 20:46:10 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 53-218241/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show Wow, you really had a great chase! The videos are great. So are the photos and report as usual. Keep up the good work. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: Anthony Cornelius To: Aus-wx Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:03:38 +1000 Subject: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show > Hi everyone! > > A spectacular day of severe storms on the Downs on Monday, I've > uploaded > a report and pictures at: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/16_02_04ac.html > > I was astounded to receive 3cm hail with -4C at 500mb and a freezing > level above 15-15,500ft!!! Not to mention the 41/25 before the hail > fell...makes you think twice about how often hail might actually fall > in > the tropics! > > Hope people enjoy the report! > -- > Anthony Cornelius > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > 0417 759 304 > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 20:53:11 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Wed, 18 Feb 2004 20:53:12 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 55-218241/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images A great collection there of many photos that I recall from previous posts on this list. A well set-out collection of good weather photos and lots of familiar names among the credits. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "Paul Yole" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:34:54 +1100 Subject: aus-wx: German site with Oz chaser images > Just an addition. The main page for the weather pics is > http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder.htm > > PaulY > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Paul Yole [mailto:pyole78 at yahoo.com.au] > Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 10:30 PM > To: Aussie Weather (aussie-weather at world.std.com) > Subject: German site with Oz chaser images > > > Hey All, > > Just found this German site with some Aussie images on it (Including > one > of mine). All copyright's appear to be there, but there are a few pics > on there from others, and thought they might like a look. > > The page is http://www.villa-kunterbunt2000.de/wetterbilder/blitze.htm > > PaulY > > Paul Yole > Ph: (040) 921-9185 > email: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au > MSN: pyole78 at yahoo.com.au > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 > > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.590 / Virus Database: 373 - Release Date: 2/16/2004 > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 00:11:04 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 60-218241/13278 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Strange radar Ceduna At 11:01 PM 18/02/2004, you wrote: >Hi all....Noticed over the past several days some really strange radar >returns over the Australian Bight region in the vicinity off shore of Ceduna >mainly at night and its back again tonight ?, sat pics show nothing, so is >there a an atmospheric set up such as a strong low level inversion >interfering with normal radar returns here...regards Clyve H. Hmm, the Hepburn Tropo Index (used by radio amateurs to indicate the likelyhood of enhanced radio propagation) will give an indication as to the probability of a strong inversion or tropospheric duct that could affect radar returns significantly. For the Aussie region, check out this URL. http://www.iprimus.ca/~hepburnw/tropo_aus.html Any value over 2 indicates the possibility of some inversion forming. From experience, anything above 3 had a high chance of significantly affecting radio (and radar!) propagation, especially over water. 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "David Simpson" To: Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 07:10:11 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 116-218241/13278 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show Anthony I have just read your report, outstanding and some terrific images. You QLD'ers get some beauties!! Well done. David Simpson www.stormplanet.com -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Anthony Cornelius Sent: Wednesday, 18 February 2004 11:04 PM To: Aus-wx Subject: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show Hi everyone! A spectacular day of severe storms on the Downs on Monday, I've uploaded a report and pictures at: http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/16_02_04ac.html I was astounded to receive 3cm hail with -4C at 500mb and a freezing level above 15-15,500ft!!! Not to mention the 41/25 before the hail fell...makes you think twice about how often hail might actually fall in the tropics! Hope people enjoy the report! -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 22:54:51 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 5-22082/12656 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show Anthony, outstanding report and photography. Even the turkey towers photo looked great. Awesome cb's/lightning. Steven Williams ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anthony Cornelius" To: "Aus-wx" Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2004 1:03 AM Subject: aus-wx: Darling Downs Severe Storms & Lightning Show > Hi everyone! > > A spectacular day of severe storms on the Downs on Monday, I've uploaded > a report and pictures at: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/16_02_04ac.html > > I was astounded to receive 3cm hail with -4C at 500mb and a freezing > level above 15-15,500ft!!! Not to mention the 41/25 before the hail > fell...makes you think twice about how often hail might actually fall in > the tropics! > > Hope people enjoy the report! > -- > Anthony Cornelius > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > 0417 759 304 > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Jane ONeill" To: "Aussie-wx" Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 22:11:29 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 96-219248/13461 Subject: aus-wx: Very dry over Melbourne Evening all, This morning's sounding.... Remarkably dry air at 850hPa Temp 15.4C Dewpoint -33.6C 2%RH - can't get much drier than that - and it remained like this most of the way t 500hPa!! An interesting contrast to last week's abundant atmospheric moisture. Tonight's sounding will be interesting - the dry layer in the mid levels was considerably narrower at Mt Gambier. Cheers, Jane -------------------------------- Jane ONeill - Melbourne aussky at iprimus.com.au Australian Sky & Weather http://www.australianskynweather.com Australian Severe Weather Assocn (ASWA) http://www.severeweather.asn.au ***The journey is the reward*** -------------------------------- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 08:03:55 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" X-MIME-Autoconverted: from quoted-printable to 8bit by europe.std.com id RAA08537 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 9-2192410/14414 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Very dry over Melbourne At 10:11 PM 19/02/2004, you wrote: >Evening all, > >This morning's sounding.... > >Remarkably dry air at 850hPa Temp 15.4C Dewpoint -33.6C 2%RH - >can't get much drier than that - and it remained like this most of the >way t 500hPa!! An interesting contrast to last week's abundant >atmospheric moisture. Yeah, I took one look at the sea level conditions and was a bit surprised - even the surface is very dry for this early in the morning..... 23.5/-2.1 right now. :) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 07:28:38 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 120-219248/13461 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Very dry over Melbourne Interesting contrast compared to up here too...28/25 as of 7am, min of 26C, min of 27C in Brisbane...normally February is humid, warm and showery...not hot and oppressive! (That's Jan). AC Jane ONeill wrote: > > Evening all, > > This morning's sounding.... > > Remarkably dry air at 850hPa Temp 15.4C Dewpoint -33.6C 2%RH - > can't get much drier than that - and it remained like this most of the > way t 500hPa!! An interesting contrast to last week's abundant > atmospheric moisture. > > Tonight's sounding will be interesting - the dry layer in the mid levels > was considerably narrower at Mt Gambier. > > Cheers, > > Jane > > -------------------------------- > Jane ONeill - Melbourne > aussky at iprimus.com.au > > Australian Sky & Weather > http://www.australianskynweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather Assocn (ASWA) > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > ***The journey is the reward*** > -------------------------------- > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 19:28:25 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 6-22082/12656 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Very dry over Melbourne And we have got the other extreme here in NZ. Cool disturbed weather. Flood damage to southern North Island is predicted to exceed $100million. I have never seen a Feb like this. Whats going on? ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anthony Cornelius" To: Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 10:28 AM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Very dry over Melbourne Interesting contrast compared to up here too...28/25 as of 7am, min of 26C, min of 27C in Brisbane...normally February is humid, warm and showery...not hot and oppressive! (That's Jan). AC Jane ONeill wrote: > > Evening all, > > This morning's sounding.... > > Remarkably dry air at 850hPa Temp 15.4C Dewpoint -33.6C 2%RH - > can't get much drier than that - and it remained like this most of the > way t 500hPa!! An interesting contrast to last week's abundant > atmospheric moisture. > > Tonight's sounding will be interesting - the dry layer in the mid levels > was considerably narrower at Mt Gambier. > > Cheers, > > Jane > > -------------------------------- > Jane ONeill - Melbourne > aussky at iprimus.com.au > > Australian Sky & Weather > http://www.australianskynweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather Assocn (ASWA) > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > ***The journey is the reward*** > -------------------------------- > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Jane ONeill" To: "Aussie-wx" Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 21:44:22 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 19-2202257/7566 Subject: aus-wx: Victorian lightning Evening all (sent Friday night 2145) Nice to see lightning to the southeast of Melbourne!!! A convergence line moving northeast across the Bay also - middle levels have cooled & convective activity has picked up. Enjoy!! Jane -------------------------------- Jane ONeill - Melbourne aussky at iprimus.com.au Australian Sky & Weather http://www.australianskynweather.com Australian Severe Weather Assocn (ASWA) http://www.severeweather.asn.au ***The journey is the reward*** -------------------------------- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 21:04:50 +1100 From: Don White X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aussie Weather Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 9-221237/12692 Subject: aus-wx: NSW Heat wave Up to and including the 21 February the following musty be some sort of record. 1. Bourke has had 12 consecutive days over 42 degrees and 13 over 40. 2.Wilcannia and White Cliffs have had 16 days of + 40 degrees. 3. Tibooburra has had 13 days of +42 days 4. Cobar has had 14 consecutives over 40 Even Dubbo has had 15 consecutives over 37 and 9 of the last 12 have been over 40 degrees. In the last 50 years Dubbo has had a total of 13 days of +40 in February so 9 out of 12 is pretty unusual. Tibooburra had 11 days of +40 in 1983 (13 over 42 now); Bourke's previous record +40 days in Feb was 8 in 1998 (now 13 in a row!) while Cobar's best effort was 5 in 1965 (now 14 in a row!). I think these figures put the current heat wave in perspective. I will be interested to see Blair's full analysis. Cheers, Don White +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 21:08:30 +1100 From: Don White X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aussie Weather Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 10-221237/12692 Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is give out temp data. This is their report this afternoon: Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February minimum temperature on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set yesterday. Other places to have record February minimum temperatures were Coolangatta 27.3 degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all time record of 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set in 1925], Oakey with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 [previously 23.1 set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous record set in 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record minimum of 24.9 set in 1969. Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of particular note were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous records. Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the previous February record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous highest being 38 degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees topped the 1966 record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of 40.3 and Nambour with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and Warwick with 39 equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 degrees was just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was Amberley's 41.9 degrees which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. Goondiwindi reported 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. Don White +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "G8.106" To: Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 21:26:45 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 13-221237/12692 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, SST's off shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high records between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in these coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Don White" To: "Aussie Weather" Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is give > out temp data. > This is their report this afternoon: > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February minimum > temperature > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set yesterday. > Other > places to have record February minimum temperatures were Coolangatta > 27.3 > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all time > record of > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set in > 1925], Oakey > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > [previously 23.1 > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous record set > in > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > minimum of > 24.9 set in 1969. > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > particular note > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > records. > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the previous > February > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous highest > being 38 > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees topped the > 1966 > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of 40.3 and > Nambour > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and Warwick > with 39 > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > degrees was > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was Amberley's 41.9 > degrees > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. Goondiwindi > reported > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > Don White > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 20:48:35 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 14-221237/12692 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat The worst part has been the humidity with the heat...although the DP dropped a bit with this afternoon's maximum (41.9C, DP of 17), but it's back up now...currently a balmy 32/26 at 8:45pm...30/27 in the city and the airport. Tomorrow the moisture depth should increase a bit which hopefully will bring some storms! AC Don White wrote: > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is give > out temp data. > This is their report this afternoon: > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February minimum > temperature > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set yesterday. > Other > places to have record February minimum temperatures were Coolangatta > 27.3 > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all time > record of > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set in > 1925], Oakey > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > [previously 23.1 > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous record set > in > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > minimum of > 24.9 set in 1969. > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > particular note > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > records. > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the previous > February > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous highest > being 38 > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees topped the > 1966 > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of 40.3 and > Nambour > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and Warwick > with 39 > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > degrees was > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was Amberley's 41.9 > degrees > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. Goondiwindi > reported > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > Don White > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 07:01:52 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 88-221237/12692 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat More records tumbled overnight...Amberley/Ipswich had a min of 27.4C, Brisbane had a min of 27.9C and the airport had a minimum of 28.1C! 32/23 here and not even 7am yet... 30/26 a the AP, 31/25 in the city. I was going to say I wanted it a little more moist, but already storms developing in central Queensland...DPs out west have certainly increased. Could be some nice lightning around... As Clyve mentioned, the SSTs are particularly warm, even a tongue of 28-29C pushing off the Wide Bay coast just north of Brisbane! AC "G8.106" wrote: > > Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, SST's off > shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high records > between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in these > coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Don White" > To: "Aussie Weather" > Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM > Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is give > > out temp data. > > This is their report this afternoon: > > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February minimum > > temperature > > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set yesterday. > > Other > > places to have record February minimum temperatures were Coolangatta > > 27.3 > > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all time > > record of > > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set in > > 1925], Oakey > > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > > [previously 23.1 > > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous record set > > in > > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > > minimum of > > 24.9 set in 1969. > > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > > particular note > > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > > records. > > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the previous > > February > > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous highest > > being 38 > > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees topped the > > 1966 > > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of 40.3 and > > Nambour > > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and Warwick > > with 39 > > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > > degrees was > > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was Amberley's 41.9 > > degrees > > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. Goondiwindi > > reported > > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > > > Don White > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 09:18:52 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-2212324/16516 Subject: aus-wx: Thanks to all who attend Australian Storm Chasers All I can say is WOW!!! 25 odd and not all members could attend this meeting - 4 or 5 apologies from memory. It certainly helps people appreciate the time and effort of planning these events. Thanks to the support of all attendees and the following: The BBQ - enjoyed by all the hungry crowd. Thanks to Max King, Bryce and Scott (Cloudmaster) for their help in organising this. Thanks to Sandra for organising the fresh salads. adds to the overall variety. I got there and it was already done! New members turned up last night and enjoyed a well run and organised evening. To cut a long story short, the slide shows (Con also turned up and complimented Jeff's slide show with his own version) Slide shows were a thing very rarely run in a group though the true rich colour and reality of slides is breathtaking and I am sure we will see much more of it in future meetings. Matthew Piper put together an excellent summary of the awesome storms and structures from this year. The lightning shown was simply awesome!! You could tell he put a lot of work in the DVD he put together and those waterfalls in flood were sensational! David Croan presented a short discussion on the spectacular structures of the classic supercell and some interesting developing bases of storms west of the Central Coast. The timelapse certainly illustrate the inflow dominant behaviour. That funnel was also quite significant. The lightning display certainly was well covered by the Australian storm chasers with David presenting his, Matthew Piper fom a different perspective and myself from another perspective. This lightning display has to be the most frequent cg fest I have encountered anywhere. Awesome display. Brett Vilnis hail footage particularly the splashing in the puddles illustrated both the strength of the winds and size of the hail (giant sized). The sound on the car was not nice for car lovers:) And that car fillped on its side Brett is a kind reminder as to how slippery conditions can get slippery and hence dangerous for anyone including storm chases. We had video being run simultaneously during intermissions and this entertained the non-smokers with some excellent footage of tornadoes and other fascinating severe weather events. Thanks Mike for organisng this. The setup of equipment was the most organised I have ever come across thanks to the PANEL!! Well done guys. The new venue really works well and made it comfortable. Regards, Jimmy Deguara ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 11:20:55 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-222227/25930 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat ok here are the reading from pinjarra hills 21/02/04 at 4:50 pm thi 58.9 c temp 40.8 hum 45 % dp 26.6 deg c wind speed 1.6 km wind dir NE ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anthony Cornelius" To: Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:01 AM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > More records tumbled overnight...Amberley/Ipswich had a min of 27.4C, > Brisbane had a min of 27.9C and the airport had a minimum of 28.1C! > > 32/23 here and not even 7am yet... 30/26 a the AP, 31/25 in the city. > > I was going to say I wanted it a little more moist, but already storms > developing in central Queensland...DPs out west have certainly > increased. Could be some nice lightning around... > > As Clyve mentioned, the SSTs are particularly warm, even a tongue of > 28-29C pushing off the Wide Bay coast just north of Brisbane! > > AC > > "G8.106" wrote: > > > > Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, SST's off > > shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high records > > between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in these > > coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H. > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Don White" > > To: "Aussie Weather" > > Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM > > Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is give > > > out temp data. > > > This is their report this afternoon: > > > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February minimum > > > temperature > > > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set yesterday. > > > Other > > > places to have record February minimum temperatures were Coolangatta > > > 27.3 > > > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all time > > > record of > > > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set in > > > 1925], Oakey > > > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > > > [previously 23.1 > > > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous record set > > > in > > > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > > > minimum of > > > 24.9 set in 1969. > > > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > > > particular note > > > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > > > records. > > > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the previous > > > February > > > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous highest > > > being 38 > > > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees topped the > > > 1966 > > > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of 40.3 and > > > Nambour > > > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and Warwick > > > with 39 > > > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > > > degrees was > > > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was Amberley's 41.9 > > > degrees > > > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. Goondiwindi > > > reported > > > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > > > > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > > > > > Don White > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > -- > Anthony Cornelius > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > 0417 759 304 > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Keith Barnett" To: Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 13:04:01 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22239/4279 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat
As a related comment to the discussion of the extreme heat, I have just updated my monthly temperatures to date for February. The lowest daily maximum so far (though about to be outdone given the likelihood of a rain event of sorts in this neck of the woods) is 27.0 which I estimate (using the best fitting distribution) to be a 1 in approx. 1600 year event.
----- Original Message -----
From: sgalow
Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 12:20 PM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat

ok here are the reading from pinjarra hills

21/02/04 at 4:50 pm
thi 58.9 c
temp 40.8
hum 45 %
dp 26.6 deg c
wind speed 1.6 km
wind dir NE

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anthony Cornelius" <cyclonewx at bigpond.com>
To: <aussie-weather at world.std.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:01 AM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat


> More records tumbled overnight...Amberley/Ipswich had a min of 27.4C,
> Brisbane had a min of 27.9C and the airport had a minimum of 28.1C!
>
> 32/23 here and not even 7am yet...  30/26 a the AP, 31/25 in the city.
>
> I was going to say I wanted it a little more moist, but already storms
> developing in central Queensland...DPs out west have certainly
> increased.  Could be some nice lightning around...
>
> As Clyve mentioned, the SSTs are particularly warm, even a tongue of
> 28-29C pushing off the Wide Bay coast just north of Brisbane!
>
> AC
>
> "G8.106" wrote:
> >
> > Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, SST's
off
> > shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high records
> > between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in these
> > coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Don White" <donwhite at ozemail.com.au>
> > To: "Aussie Weather" <aussie-weather at world.std.com>
> > Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM
> > Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat
> >
> > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is give
> > > out temp data.
> > > This is their report this afternoon:
> > > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February minimum
> > > temperature
> > > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set yesterday.
> > > Other
> > > places to have record February minimum temperatures were Coolangatta
> > > 27.3
> > > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all time
> > > record of
> > > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set in
> > > 1925], Oakey
> > > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2
> > > [previously 23.1
> > > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous record
set
> > > in
> > > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record
> > > minimum of
> > > 24.9 set in 1969.
> > > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of
> > > particular note
> > > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous
> > > records.
> > > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the previous
> > > February
> > > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous highest
> > > being 38
> > > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees topped
the
> > > 1966
> > > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of 40.3 and
> > > Nambour
> > > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and
Warwick
> > > with 39
> > > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8
> > > degrees was
> > > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was Amberley's
41.9
> > > degrees
> > > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. Goondiwindi
> > > reported
> > > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record.
> > >
> > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot.
> > >
> > > Don White
> > >
> > >
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From: "Brett Vilnis" To: Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 13:39:21 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 2-222351/12259 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Thanks to all who attend Australian Storm Chasers What can I say, Jimmy has said it all, what a great night. I think we will make the "Panel" a permanent feature for meeting from now on as it made for a very smooth and trouble free night. I'm glad all liked our new venue, it was empty office space until lunch time yesterday. With only a few hours to get the place ready with chairs, tables, network, internet, PC, projectors, etc it turned out better than I expected (thanks Lunix & Micle) We will spend the next month setting it up as the permanent home of the Australian Storm Chasers I hope all new comers enjoyed the night including Will (BigWilly) who we hope will bring his 35mm slide show to the next meeting for all to see Brett ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jimmy Deguara" To: Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 9:18 AM Subject: aus-wx: Thanks to all who attend Australian Storm Chasers > All I can say is WOW!!! 25 odd and not all members could attend this > meeting - 4 or 5 apologies from memory. It certainly helps people > appreciate the time and effort of planning these events. Thanks to the > support of all attendees and the following: > > The BBQ - enjoyed by all the hungry crowd. Thanks to Max King, Bryce and > Scott (Cloudmaster) for their help in organising this. Thanks to Sandra for > organising the fresh salads. adds to the overall variety. I got there and > it was already done! > > New members turned up last night and enjoyed a well run and organised > evening. To cut a long story short, the slide shows (Con also turned up and > complimented Jeff's slide show with his own version) Slide shows were a > thing very rarely run in a group though the true rich colour and reality of > slides is breathtaking and I am sure we will see much more of it in future > meetings. > > Matthew Piper put together an excellent summary of the awesome storms and > structures from this year. The lightning shown was simply awesome!! You > could tell he put a lot of work in the DVD he put together and those > waterfalls in flood were sensational! > > David Croan presented a short discussion on the spectacular structures of > the classic supercell and some interesting developing bases of storms west > of the Central Coast. The timelapse certainly illustrate the inflow > dominant behaviour. That funnel was also quite significant. The lightning > display certainly was well covered by the Australian storm chasers with > David presenting his, Matthew Piper fom a different perspective and myself > from another perspective. This lightning display has to be the most > frequent cg fest I have encountered anywhere. Awesome display. > > Brett Vilnis hail footage particularly the splashing in the puddles > illustrated both the strength of the winds and size of the hail (giant > sized). The sound on the car was not nice for car lovers:) And that car > fillped on its side Brett is a kind reminder as to how slippery conditions > can get slippery and hence dangerous for anyone including storm chases. > > We had video being run simultaneously during intermissions and this > entertained the non-smokers with some excellent footage of tornadoes and > other fascinating severe weather events. Thanks Mike for organisng this. > > The setup of equipment was the most organised I have ever come across > thanks to the PANEL!! Well done guys. The new venue really works well and > made it comfortable. > > Regards, > > Jimmy Deguara > > ------------------------------------- > Jimmy Deguara > > http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > Australian Severe Weather > > http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > Thunderbolt Tours > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 17:29:57 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Sun, 22 Feb 2004 17:29:57 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 20-2222044/26305 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat Wow Stephen, that's a little warmish! Did Energex manage to keep the power flowing under those conditions? It's 27.5C and 55% here and everyone is complaining about the heat. I have just turned on the aircon for the first time this year. This is supposed to be still winter here in the Northern Hemisphere. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "sgalow" To: Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 11:20:55 +1000 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > ok here are the reading from pinjarra hills > > 21/02/04 at 4:50 pm > thi 58.9 c > temp 40.8 > hum 45 % > dp 26.6 deg c > wind speed 1.6 km > wind dir NE > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Anthony Cornelius" > To: > Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:01 AM > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > More records tumbled overnight...Amberley/Ipswich had a min of 27.4C, > > Brisbane had a min of 27.9C and the airport had a minimum of 28.1C! > > > > 32/23 here and not even 7am yet... 30/26 a the AP, 31/25 in the > city. > > > > I was going to say I wanted it a little more moist, but already > storms > > developing in central Queensland...DPs out west have certainly > > increased. Could be some nice lightning around... > > > > As Clyve mentioned, the SSTs are particularly warm, even a tongue of > > 28-29C pushing off the Wide Bay coast just north of Brisbane! > > > > AC > > > > "G8.106" wrote: > > > > > > Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, > SST's > off > > > shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high > records > > > between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in > these > > > coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H. > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > > From: "Don White" > > > To: "Aussie Weather" > > > Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM > > > Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > > > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is > give > > > > out temp data. > > > > This is their report this afternoon: > > > > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February > minimum > > > > temperature > > > > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set > yesterday. > > > > Other > > > > places to have record February minimum temperatures were > Coolangatta > > > > 27.3 > > > > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all > time > > > > record of > > > > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set > in > > > > 1925], Oakey > > > > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > > > > [previously 23.1 > > > > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous > record > set > > > > in > > > > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > > > > minimum of > > > > 24.9 set in 1969. > > > > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > > > > particular note > > > > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > > > > records. > > > > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the > previous > > > > February > > > > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous > highest > > > > being 38 > > > > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees > topped > the > > > > 1966 > > > > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of > 40.3 and > > > > Nambour > > > > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and > Warwick > > > > with 39 > > > > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > > > > degrees was > > > > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was > Amberley's > 41.9 > > > > degrees > > > > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. > Goondiwindi > > > > reported > > > > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > > > > > > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > > > > > > > Don White > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > your > > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > of > your > > > message. > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > -- > > Anthony Cornelius > > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > > 0417 759 304 > > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > > message. > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [144.134.113.218] X-Originating-Email: [mrcenterprises at hotmail.com] X-Sender: mrcenterprises at hotmail.com From: "Gavin O'Brien" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 22:58:45 +1100 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 22 Feb 2004 11:58:46.0013 (UTC) FILETIME=[39885AD0:01C3F93B] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 33-2222044/26305 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat Phil, I have been in Sydney over the last few days and Penrith broke 40 degrees yesterday after breaking the February Max record earlier in week.I Understand a whole lot of stations will have exceeded records again in Northern NSW and southern Queeensland but with a trough now heading northward maybe there will be a break.Its down to a pleasant 15 deg tonight afetr some very hot wx here in Canberra. Gavin >From: "Phil Smith" >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat >Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 17:29:57 +0800 > >Wow Stephen, that's a little warmish! Did Energex manage to keep the >power flowing under those conditions? It's 27.5C and 55% here and >everyone is complaining about the heat. I have just turned on the >aircon for the first time this year. This is supposed to be still >winter here in the Northern Hemisphere. > >Phil ><>< > >Phil Smith >IT Teacher - Elementary campus >International Christian School, Hong Kong >International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk >International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk >International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk >Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk >MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com >Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk >Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm >Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > >-----Original Message----- >From: "sgalow" >To: >Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 11:20:55 +1000 >Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > ok here are the reading from pinjarra hills > > > > 21/02/04 at 4:50 pm > > thi 58.9 c > > temp 40.8 > > hum 45 % > > dp 26.6 deg c > > wind speed 1.6 km > > wind dir NE > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Anthony Cornelius" > > To: > > Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:01 AM > > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > > > > More records tumbled overnight...Amberley/Ipswich had a min of 27.4C, > > > Brisbane had a min of 27.9C and the airport had a minimum of 28.1C! > > > > > > 32/23 here and not even 7am yet... 30/26 a the AP, 31/25 in the > > city. > > > > > > I was going to say I wanted it a little more moist, but already > > storms > > > developing in central Queensland...DPs out west have certainly > > > increased. Could be some nice lightning around... > > > > > > As Clyve mentioned, the SSTs are particularly warm, even a tongue of > > > 28-29C pushing off the Wide Bay coast just north of Brisbane! > > > > > > AC > > > > > > "G8.106" wrote: > > > > > > > > Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, > > SST's > > off > > > > shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high > > records > > > > between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in > > these > > > > coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H. > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > > > From: "Don White" > > > > To: "Aussie Weather" > > > > Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM > > > > Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > > > > > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is > > give > > > > > out temp data. > > > > > This is their report this afternoon: > > > > > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February > > minimum > > > > > temperature > > > > > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set > > yesterday. > > > > > Other > > > > > places to have record February minimum temperatures were > > Coolangatta > > > > > 27.3 > > > > > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all > > time > > > > > record of > > > > > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set > > in > > > > > 1925], Oakey > > > > > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > > > > > [previously 23.1 > > > > > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous > > record > > set > > > > > in > > > > > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > > > > > minimum of > > > > > 24.9 set in 1969. > > > > > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > > > > > particular note > > > > > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > > > > > records. > > > > > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the > > previous > > > > > February > > > > > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous > > highest > > > > > being 38 > > > > > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees > > topped > > the > > > > > 1966 > > > > > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of > > 40.3 and > > > > > Nambour > > > > > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and > > Warwick > > > > > with 39 > > > > > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > > > > > degrees was > > > > > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was > > Amberley's > > 41.9 > > > > > degrees > > > > > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. > > Goondiwindi > > > > > reported > > > > > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > > > > > > > > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > > > > > > > > > Don White > > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > > of > > your > > > > > message. > > > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > > of > > your > > > > message. > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > -- > > > Anthony Cornelius > > > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > > > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > > > 0417 759 304 > > > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > + > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > - > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ _________________________________________________________________ SEEK: Now with over 50,000 dream jobs! Click here http://ninemsn.seek.com.au/ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 10:31:19 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 94-2232045/12038 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat ah nope energex , had power supply probs so much so they had to put soaker hoses and call the local mfb , to hose down there sub station . but after the wild storms which lasted to 3:30 am on monday morning about 6000 people lost power stephen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Phil Smith" To: Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:29 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > Wow Stephen, that's a little warmish! Did Energex manage to keep the > power flowing under those conditions? It's 27.5C and 55% here and > everyone is complaining about the heat. I have just turned on the > aircon for the first time this year. This is supposed to be still > winter here in the Northern Hemisphere. > > Phil > <>< > > Phil Smith > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > International Christian School, Hong Kong > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: "sgalow" > To: > Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 11:20:55 +1000 > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > ok here are the reading from pinjarra hills > > > > 21/02/04 at 4:50 pm > > thi 58.9 c > > temp 40.8 > > hum 45 % > > dp 26.6 deg c > > wind speed 1.6 km > > wind dir NE > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Anthony Cornelius" > > To: > > Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:01 AM > > Subject: Re: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > > > > More records tumbled overnight...Amberley/Ipswich had a min of 27.4C, > > > Brisbane had a min of 27.9C and the airport had a minimum of 28.1C! > > > > > > 32/23 here and not even 7am yet... 30/26 a the AP, 31/25 in the > > city. > > > > > > I was going to say I wanted it a little more moist, but already > > storms > > > developing in central Queensland...DPs out west have certainly > > > increased. Could be some nice lightning around... > > > > > > As Clyve mentioned, the SSTs are particularly warm, even a tongue of > > > 28-29C pushing off the Wide Bay coast just north of Brisbane! > > > > > > AC > > > > > > "G8.106" wrote: > > > > > > > > Hi all.....Together with these impressive minimum high records, > > SST's > > off > > > > shore of Brisbane and the Gold coast are running at near high > > records > > > > between 27 and 28c, so the overnight warmth may have a relation in > > these > > > > coastal areas to High SSt's...regards Clyve H. > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > > > From: "Don White" > > > > To: "Aussie Weather" > > > > Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2004 9:08 PM > > > > Subject: aus-wx: Queensland heat > > > > > > > > > One thing the Brisbane BoM does bettern than any other states is > > give > > > > > out temp data. > > > > > This is their report this afternoon: > > > > > Brisbane Airport with 26.8 degrees had its hottest February > > minimum > > > > > temperature > > > > > on record, breaking the previous record of 26.3 degrees set > > yesterday. > > > > > Other > > > > > places to have record February minimum temperatures were > > Coolangatta > > > > > 27.3 > > > > > degrees [previously 25.9 set last Monday and just below its all > > time > > > > > record of > > > > > 27.8 set in January 1985], Dalby with 26.9 [previously 26.3 set > > in > > > > > 1925], Oakey > > > > > with 24.5 [previously 23.5 set in 1980] and Toowoomba with 25.2 > > > > > [previously 23.1 > > > > > set yesterday]. Miles had 27.6 degrees equalling the previous > > record > > set > > > > > in > > > > > 1969. Gympie with 24.7 degrees was just below its previous record > > > > > minimum of > > > > > 24.9 set in 1969. > > > > > Record high February maximum temperatures were also reached. Of > > > > > particular note > > > > > were temperatures on the Gold Coast which far surpassed previous > > > > > records. > > > > > Coolangatta reported 40 degrees which was 6 degrees above the > > previous > > > > > February > > > > > record, and setting a new record for any month, the previous > > highest > > > > > being 38 > > > > > degrees in December 2001. Gold Coast Seaway with 40.5 degrees > > topped > > the > > > > > 1966 > > > > > record of 36.7. Archerfield with 41.1 beat the 1940 record of > > 40.3 and > > > > > Nambour > > > > > with 40 beat the previous record of 37.3. Toowoomba with 37 and > > Warwick > > > > > with 39 > > > > > equalled their previous records. Brisbane City with a top of 40.8 > > > > > degrees was > > > > > just shy of the 40.9 February record set in 1925 as was > > Amberley's > > 41.9 > > > > > degrees > > > > > which was just less than the 1952 record of 42.6 degrees. > > Goondiwindi > > > > > reported > > > > > 44 degrees which was 0.5 of a degree below its 1925 record. > > > > > > > > > > Thanks fellas... pretty impressive research on the spot. > > > > > > > > > > Don White > > > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > > of > > your > > > > > message. > > > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body > > of > > your > > > > message. > > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > -- > > > Anthony Cornelius > > > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > > > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > > > 0417 759 304 > > > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > > message. > > > > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > + > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > - > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 11:42:24 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aus-wx Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-223247/18572 Subject: aus-wx: QLD Heatwave Produces Spectacular Lightning! What a show last night!!! After record breaking temperatures (airport hit 40.2C, first time it's ever reached 40 degrees in history)...storms finally developed and produced some awesome lightning!!! I've put up photos and a report up at: http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/22_02_04ac.html -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 10:01:30 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Mon, 23 Feb 2004 10:01:30 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22338/25799 Subject: Re: aus-wx: QLD Heatwave Produces Spectacular Lightning! Thanks Anthony for putting up more blessings for us all to drool over ... you can never get too many lightning shots and every one of them is always unique. Winter in Hong Kong is a long, long time between thunderstorms! So I am glad to enjoy some good Aussie ones from the distance. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: Anthony Cornelius To: Aus-wx Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 11:42:24 +1000 Subject: aus-wx: QLD Heatwave Produces Spectacular Lightning! > What a show last night!!! After record breaking temperatures (airport > hit 40.2C, first time it's ever reached 40 degrees in history)...storms > finally developed and produced some awesome lightning!!! > > I've put up photos and a report up at: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/22_02_04ac.html > -- > Anthony Cornelius > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > 0417 759 304 > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > + > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > - +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "sgalow" To: Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 17:45:24 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-223853/10241 Subject: Re: aus-wx: QLD Heatwave Produces Spectacular Lightning! time = 5:45 pm on monday 23-02-04 well now we have a line of storms approaching from beaudsert looks kinda severe stephen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Phil Smith" To: Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 12:01 PM Subject: Re: aus-wx: QLD Heatwave Produces Spectacular Lightning! > Thanks Anthony for putting up more blessings for us all to drool > over ... you can never get too many lightning shots and every one of > them is always unique. > Winter in Hong Kong is a long, long time between thunderstorms! So I am > glad to enjoy some good Aussie ones from the distance. > > Phil > <>< > > Phil Smith > IT Teacher - Elementary campus > International Christian School, Hong Kong > International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk > International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk > Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk > MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com > Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk > Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm > Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Anthony Cornelius > To: Aus-wx > Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 11:42:24 +1000 > Subject: aus-wx: QLD Heatwave Produces Spectacular Lightning! > > > What a show last night!!! After record breaking temperatures (airport > > hit 40.2C, first time it's ever reached 40 degrees in history)...storms > > finally developed and produced some awesome lightning!!! > > > > I've put up photos and a report up at: > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/stormchasing/03-04/22_02_04ac.html > > -- > > Anthony Cornelius > > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > > 0417 759 304 > > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- > > + > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail > > to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of > > your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au----------------------------- > > - > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 22:07:20 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 25-2232045/12038 Subject: aus-wx: March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting Hi all, The Agenda for the March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting has been finalised. We have a variety in speakers and topics this time around including an exciting "new era" in the Aviation Models concept. Read further... Firstly the latest news. The new Venue for The Australian Storm Chasers was well received and made it comfortable for all those who attended the February meeting. Some improvements will be made in time and further feedback is encouraged but basically the format worked well. The newsletter will be released at this March meeting. Attendance, Membership and newsletters are absolutely free!! Anyone who attends the meeting, feel free to help yourself to a cup of coffee and drinks. And then the BBQ will begin about 5pm. JUST A REMINDER - IF THERE IS A STORM CHASE ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING THE BBQ MAY BE DELAYED. PLEASE CHECK NOTICES AS TO THE MEETING DEFINITELY GOING AHEAD - only distant chases cancel meetings. Being a BBQ meeting, the BBQ will begin by 5pm and the meeting / presentations approximately 6:30pm. If you cannot make the BBQ or the start of the meeting, feel free to come along whatever time you can make it. The presentations are well worth attending and will last until 10:30pm mark. A 20 minute time limit is now in place so that the program runs smoothly and fairly. If you would like to present, please e-mail me the details and it will be included in this meeting - if no place available - the next meeting definitely. The meeting program for the evening: Presentation 1) Bryce will present his video presentation of the spectacular gustfront of a January storm event and also the 25th October 2003 hailstorm footage from Max's vehicle that got hail bombed on the day. This will add some exciting discussion I am sure and allow us to reflect on the event not so long ago. Bryce has had an excellent time storm chasing this summer with one of the all time greats Michael Thompson. He is a great communicator demonstrating his abilities through presentations at the Weather Channel. Presentation 2) Con Marathos has ffered to demonstrate the use of a lightning trigger mechanism. During the presentation, he will compare and contrast slides taken with the aid of a lightning trigger tool and slides without. This will be another hands on demonstration where members can observe directly how the technique is applied to night time photography. Con Marathos is a gifted photographer with an extensive and fascinating archive of slides. This technique can only complement his collection. Presentation 3) Most chasers have become accustomed to the AvnPlotter (copyright Jimmy Deguara) and appreciated the advantages it had in accelerating the process of plotting avn model data a link made available by Jimmy Deguara in October 1998. Well Mal Ninnes has now revolutionalised the concept of plotting this data. On the night he will release for the first time his new software package and demonstrate its powerful tools in modelling data at ease that certainly will supercede any techniques used in the past. Mal Ninnes is a highly skilled computer technology and software programmer. This is an exciting addition to the extensive archives of utilities he has developed over the years. Presentation 4) Jimmy Deguara will present a "Blast from the Past" storm chase with an overall discussion on the forecast of the day and chosen target. These presentations are presented in such a format that allow for revision of techniques in forecasting and choosing of targets from a post chase perspective. The event was surprisingly an awesome display of structure and illustrated the importance of backing in supercell behaviour. The 20th of March 2003 event is one of the most spectacular chases in recent times. The video presentation includes timelapse and night time lightning display. http://www.australiasevereweather.com/video/thumbs/2003/0320jd44.jpg Presentation 5) Brett Vilnis will present more fire footage from the 1994 outbreak. This has been put off for some time due to other presentations. Brett Vilnis is a fire fighter and has developed many skills in recognising fire behaviour over the years. On the night he will discuss some of the background that made the 1994 bushfires so dangerous and severe. The venue: Level 2 245 George Street WINDSOR, NSW 2756 http://australiasevereweather.com/temp/maps/mapwindsor.gif Please contact Brett Vilnis to register interest in attending manager at myisp.net.au or phone myself 0408020468 On the night, you can phone 0408020468 as we need to let people in the security door. Anyone curious about severe weather or have been affected in some way by recent events, feel free to come along. Go to www.stormchasing.com.au for more updates. Regards, Jimmy Deguara ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 22:29:55 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 30-2232045/12038 Subject: Re: aus-wx: March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting Addition as I had overlooked another presentation during my editing. William (BigWilly) is presenting a slide show on his recent severe weather and a variety of photography of scenery cloud formations, sunsets, etc. Will attended his first meeting during February and has already expressed interest in presenting which is excellent. Will will definitely be one of the presenters at this meeting. At 10:07 PM 23/02/2004, you wrote: >Hi all, > >The Agenda for the March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting has >been finalised. We have a variety in speakers and topics this time around >including an exciting "new era" in the Aviation Models concept. Read further... > >Firstly the latest news. The new Venue for The Australian Storm Chasers >was well received and made it comfortable for all those who attended the >February meeting. Some improvements will be made in time and further >feedback is encouraged but basically the format worked well. The >newsletter will be released at this March meeting. Attendance, Membership >and newsletters are absolutely free!! > >Anyone who attends the meeting, feel free to help yourself to a cup of >coffee and drinks. And then the BBQ will begin about 5pm. JUST A REMINDER >- IF THERE IS A STORM CHASE ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING THE BBQ MAY BE >DELAYED. PLEASE CHECK NOTICES AS TO THE MEETING DEFINITELY GOING AHEAD - >only distant chases cancel meetings. > >Being a BBQ meeting, the BBQ will begin by 5pm and the meeting / >presentations approximately 6:30pm. If you cannot make the BBQ or the >start of the meeting, feel free to come along whatever time you can make >it. The presentations are well worth attending and will last until 10:30pm >mark. A 20 minute time limit is now in place so that the program runs >smoothly and fairly. If you would like to present, please e-mail me the >details and it will be included in this meeting - if no place available - >the next meeting definitely. > >The meeting program for the evening: > >Presentation 1) > >Bryce will present his video presentation of the spectacular gustfront of >a January storm event and also the 25th October 2003 hailstorm footage >from Max's vehicle that got hail bombed on the day. This will add some >exciting discussion I am sure and allow us to reflect on the event not so >long ago. Bryce has had an excellent time storm chasing this summer with >one of the all time greats Michael Thompson. He is a great communicator >demonstrating his abilities through presentations at the Weather Channel. > > >Presentation 2) > >Con Marathos has ffered to demonstrate the use of a lightning trigger >mechanism. During the presentation, he will compare and contrast slides >taken with the aid of a lightning trigger tool and slides without. This >will be another hands on demonstration where members can observe directly >how the technique is applied to night time photography. Con Marathos is a >gifted photographer with an extensive and fascinating archive of slides. >This technique can only complement his collection. > > >Presentation 3) > >Most chasers have become accustomed to the AvnPlotter (copyright Jimmy >Deguara) and appreciated the advantages it had in accelerating the process >of plotting avn model data a link made available by Jimmy Deguara in >October 1998. Well Mal Ninnes has now revolutionalised the concept of >plotting this data. On the night he will release for the first time his >new software package and demonstrate its powerful tools in modelling data >at ease that certainly will supercede any techniques used in the past. Mal >Ninnes is a highly skilled computer technology and software programmer. >This is an exciting addition to the extensive archives of utilities he has >developed over the years. > > >Presentation 4) > >Jimmy Deguara will present a "Blast from the Past" storm chase with an >overall discussion on the forecast of the day and chosen target. These >presentations are presented in such a format that allow for revision of >techniques in forecasting and choosing of targets from a post chase >perspective. The event was surprisingly an awesome display of structure >and illustrated the importance of backing in supercell behaviour. The 20th >of March 2003 event is one of the most spectacular chases in recent times. >The video presentation includes timelapse and night time lightning display. > http://www.australiasevereweather.com/video/thumbs/2003/0320jd44.jpg > >Presentation 5) > >Brett Vilnis will present more fire footage from the 1994 outbreak. This >has been put off for some time due to other presentations. Brett Vilnis is >a fire fighter and has developed many skills in recognising fire behaviour >over the years. On the night he will discuss some of the background that >made the 1994 bushfires so dangerous and severe. > > >The venue: > >Level 2 245 George Street >WINDSOR, NSW 2756 > > http://australiasevereweather.com/temp/maps/mapwindsor.gif > >Please contact Brett Vilnis to register interest in attending >manager at myisp.net.au or phone myself 0408020468 > >On the night, you can phone 0408020468 as we need to let people in the >security door. Anyone curious about severe weather or have been affected >in some way by recent events, feel free to come along. > >Go to www.stormchasing.com.au for more updates. > > >Regards, >Jimmy Deguara > > >------------------------------------- >Jimmy Deguara > >http://www.australiasevereweather.com > >Australian Severe Weather > >http://www.thunderbolttours.com > >Thunderbolt Tours > >+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ >To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com >with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your >message. >-----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara http://www.australiasevereweather.com Australian Severe Weather http://www.thunderbolttours.com Thunderbolt Tours +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 12:42:18 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aus-wx Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-224353/13849 Subject: aus-wx: New Program to Plot Soundings! This is courtesy for a friend on Weatherzone (Bolt From The Blue), he has spent some time developing a fantastic little program to plot soundings! It's a great tool to learn from and also use in forecasting! Check it out: http://www.downunderchase.com/storminfo/boltware.html -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Clyve Herbert" To: "aussie weather" Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 16:33:47 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-224641/4946 Subject: aus-wx: South east Australia rain Hi all interesting development over south east Aus this afternoon, interesting to see an upper interaction with an upper cool pool over central Victoria. Looks like there may be some decent chance of heavy rain along the east and south east coast of NSW over the next 24 hours, the cloud band is getting close to eastern Vic as well regards Clyve H. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Originating-IP: [203.220.235.92] X-Originating-Email: [zjayjay79 at hotmail.com] X-Sender: zjayjay79 at hotmail.com From: "Jacob G." To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 19:12:06 +0930 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 24 Feb 2004 09:42:06.0376 (UTC) FILETIME=[76FE8A80:01C3FABA] Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 13-2242049/19735 Subject: RE: aus-wx: New Program to Plot Soundings! I had a beta version of this for a while now, and its absolutely awesome.. You may need the .Net files to run it (unless he has changed it). Great sounding analysis and interpretation, not to mention extra indices you wont get without fun calculation.. A great program, and only a step off giving RAOB a run for its.. er.. Money ?? :) The program is well done from Bolty, and his 3D hodo is fantastic! 10 points to guy. Jacob. >From: Anthony Cornelius >Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com >To: Aus-wx >Subject: aus-wx: New Program to Plot Soundings! >Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 12:42:18 +1000 > >This is courtesy for a friend on Weatherzone (Bolt From The Blue), he >has spent some time developing a fantastic little program to plot >soundings! It's a great tool to learn from and also use in >forecasting! Check it out: > >http://www.downunderchase.com/storminfo/boltware.html >-- >Anthony Cornelius >President & Queensland Coordinator of the >Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) >0417 759 304 >http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ _________________________________________________________________ SEEK: Now with over 50,000 dream jobs! Click here http://ninemsn.seek.com.au/ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: vk3jed-1 at 192.168.15.1 (Unverified) X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 00:00:41 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: "Tony Langdon, VK3JED" Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 39-2242049/19735 Subject: RE: aus-wx: New Program to Plot Soundings! At 08:42 PM 24/02/2004, you wrote: >I had a beta version of this for a while now, and its absolutely awesome.. >You may need the .Net files to run it (unless he has changed it). Great >sounding analysis and interpretation, not to mention extra indices you >wont get without fun calculation.. A great program, and only a step off >giving RAOB a run for its.. er.. Money ?? :) The program is well done >from Bolty, and his 3D hodo is fantastic! 10 points to guy. Had a play earlier, VERY impressive! :) 73 de VK3JED http://vkradio.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Judith Mayo" To: "aussie-weather" Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 09:48:45 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-225155/15130 Subject: aus-wx: South east Australia rain
Good Morning All,
 
It is a lovely wet day in Mona Vale NSW.  We have had 54mm since it started raining yesterday at about 1pm. 
Does anyone know if it is raining over the Warragamba Catchment Area? 
Take care on the roads those of you who are driving.
Judy Mayo.
 
From: "Deanne McCrea" To: Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 12:32:56 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-225249/756 Subject: RE: aus-wx: South east Australia rain
Does anyone know if it is raining over the Warragamba Catchment Area?     
 
Hi Judy
 
I am at the top end of the Southern Highlands and have had a total of 8mm since 9am according to my WM918 station and the current rain rate is 4mm/hour (assuming the station is accurate).
 
It has been raining steadily for most of the morning and the ground is now soaked and the water is running off so hopefully that means some of it will be making it to the catchment.
 
Deanne in Colo Vale 640m ASL
From: "Keith Barnett" To: Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 12:44:36 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-225340/17262 Subject: Re: aus-wx: South east Australia rain
Doesn't look like anything near enough has fallen to end the water restrictions:
 
 
About 60mm here since yesterday afternoon, more than for the whole of January, but it's eased off now and I seriously doubt we will get much more out of this event.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2004 9:48 AM
Subject: aus-wx: South east Australia rain

Good Morning All,
 
It is a lovely wet day in Mona Vale NSW.  We have had 54mm since it started raining yesterday at about 1pm. 
Does anyone know if it is raining over the Warragamba Catchment Area? 
Take care on the roads those of you who are driving.
Judy Mayo.
 
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 14:09:35 +1100 From: Peter Creswick X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Win98; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-225416/28864 Subject: Re: aus-wx: South east Australia rain Not much for the Sydney catchments at all really. http://www.bom.gov.au/cgi-bin/wrap_fwo.pl?IDN65117.gif +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "David Simpson" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 19:00:41 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-22698/27797 Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

From: "Paul Mossman" To: Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 18:08:40 +0930 X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook, Build 11.0.5510 Thread-Index: AcP8P2hU5ayjUtLQQWaO/iPDU7ezCwABFoKg Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 2-2262044/18237 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

Nice pictures.

 

One thing though – your website is misleading in that it claims to be the leading source of severe weather info & media. I would suggest that is a potential breach of the Trade Practices Act, unless of course you could prove it.

 

Paul.

 


From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of David Simpson
Sent: Thursday, 26 February 2004 5:31 PM
To: Aussie Weather
Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

From: "David Simpson" To: Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 19:59:13 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 8-2262044/18237 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

Thanks Paul, glad you like the pics! As for the other part, you may be correct but I really don’t care, didn’t really notice and doubt anyone else cares either! But I will change the wording on my next update though, just in case…thank you so much for raising it publicly for me!

 

Cheers.

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Paul Mossman
Sent: Thursday, 26 February 2004 7:39 PM
To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

Nice pictures.

 

One thing though – your website is misleading in that it claims to be the leading source of severe weather info & media. I would suggest that is a potential breach of the Trade Practices Act, unless of course you could prove it.

 

Paul.

 


From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of David Simpson
Sent: Thursday, 26 February 2004 5:31 PM
To: Aussie Weather
Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 19:02:56 +1000 From: Anthony Cornelius X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: Aus-wx Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 9-2262044/18237 Subject: aus-wx: March 6, NSW ASWA Meeting (Storm video and photo feast!) Hi everyone! The next NSW ASWA meeting will be on Saturday 6th March at 6pm at The Weather Company office. (Level 1, 7 West St, North Sydney) The presentations will include: Matthew Smith will be showing some video of inside a microburst in the hunter and some video of storms the other week with lightning rates of 2 a second in Sydney! Matthew Pearce (professional meteorologist at The Weather Company!) will give a detailed weather briefing for the upcoming week. David Sercombe will be presenting some photos from the Mid North Coast, with plenty of interesting photos that will make for excellent discussion! Philip Basil Jones has edited some of his footage into highlights (from Sydney recently, and also from Darwin TDU-Style). Phil has done an AWESOME job in editing this and has timed it excellently to music - basically it's like the famous AGM videos, only it goes for longer! Michael Manning will also be providing a similar presentation from some of the Brisbane thunderstorms over recent weeks. I'll also be giving a presentation on some of the storms in Southeast Queensland over the last few weeks, mostly consisting of video and photos! Including (but not only!) Gold Coast Squall Line, Jan 24: http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/24010408.jpg Pottsville HP Supercell (embedded in a squall line), Jan 25: http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/25-01-04-05.jpg Beaudesert-Amberley "Nuclear Bomb" supercell, Jan 26: http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/26-01-04-05.jpg Darling Downs, Feb 16 - some of the spectacular structure and storms that developed as CAPE values exceeded 4500-5000!!! http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-16.jpg http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-25.jpg We've also had many spectacular lightning displays...including Feb 16 (night) and recently, Feb 22...so I'll display some video and photos also and open a general discussion for "What conditions are favourable for spectacular and frequent lightning?" http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-23.jpg http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/th22-02-04.jpg If there's time, I'll show the Redcliffe Tornadic Supercell also...this storm did around $4000 damage to my car as 90-100km/h winds and hail up to 5cm battered it! http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/26-10-03-pan7.jpg Should be a great evening! Recapping the details: Date: Saturday, 6th of March Time: 6pm commencement Venue: The Weather Company Level 1 7 West St North Sydney * Bring along any weather photos or video if you'd like to show them! k * We normally purchase pizza at the meeting, please bring around $5 if you're interested in it! *** Everyone is welcome, we especially invite guests to come and have a great time! *** Hope to see you there - living in Brisbane I don't get a chance to meet Sydney/NSW people very often! -- Anthony Cornelius President & Queensland Coordinator of the Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) 0417 759 304 http://www.severeweather.asn.au +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Michael Thompson" To: Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 20:13:23 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname - server1.ns4ua.com X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain - world.std.com X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [47 12] / [47 12] X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain - ozthunder.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 12-2262044/18237 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!
Thanks for sharing these David, the Pyrocumulus would be amoung the best examples I have seen for a textbook.
 
Michael
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 7:00 PM
Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

From: "David Simpson" To: Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 20:41:11 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 17-2262044/18237 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

Thanks Michael, there are another 5-6 pf the pyros, I’ll upload them if anyone is interested.

 

Cheers

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of Michael Thompson
Sent:
Thursday, 26 February 2004 8:13 PM
To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

Thanks for sharing these David, the Pyrocumulus would be amoung the best examples I have seen for a textbook.

 

Michael

 

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 7:00 PM

Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 21:22:15 +1100 From: Peter Creswick X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.78 [en] (Win98; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 21-2262044/18237 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!! Yes please. Put all the pyroCu's together please. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 21:51:28 +0800 From: "Phil Smith" To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-Mailer: WorldClient 6.8.5 X-Authenticated-Sender: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-Spam-Processed: ics.edu.hk, Thu, 26 Feb 2004 21:51:28 +0800 (not processed: message from valid local sender) X-Return-Path: SmithP at ics.edu.hk X-MDaemon-Deliver-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 49-2262044/18237 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!! Great pictures! Thanks for sharing them. Phil <>< Phil Smith IT Teacher - Elementary campus International Christian School, Hong Kong International Christian School E-mail: SmithP at ics.edu.hk International Christian School Web site: http://www.ics.edu.hk International Christian School Intranet: http://school.ics.edu.hk Doctor Disk E-mail: phil at drdisk.com.hk MSN Messenger: doctordisk at hotmail.com Web-site: http://www.drdisk.com.hk Testimony: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/PhilSmith/about.htm Weather: http://www.drdisk.com.hk/cyclones.htm -----Original Message----- From: "David Simpson" To: "Aussie Weather" Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 19:00:41 +1100 Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!! > On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to > Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took > these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these > digital > images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around > 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the > more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we > get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself > very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was > able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of > Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine. > > http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm > > > > David Simpson > www.stormplanet.com > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 07:19:52 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 93-2262045/18237 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

The pyro-cu photo is really cool.
 
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 9:00 PM
Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

From: "James Holbeach" To: Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 11:33:21 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.4510 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-227141/8104 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

Don’t say much on this forum any more, but WOW.

 

Top shots David!

 

James Holbeach

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Mt. Hotham

http://www.trapdoor.com.au

Ph: (M) +61 (0)417 553 757

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-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of
David Simpson
Sent:
Thursday, 26 February 2004 7:01 PM
To: Aussie Weather
Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

From: "Phill" To: Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:14:46 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-227720/14011 Subject: Re: aus-wx: March 6, NSW ASWA Meeting (Storm video and photo feast!) Yeh.. it will certainly be a great meeting!.. I'm also giving a brief run down of Jan 30th 2004 with slideshow of pictures from that day along with the footage I'm showing! Great to see so much enthusiasm from all people who are going to be attending the meeting :) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anthony Cornelius" To: "Aus-wx" Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 8:02 PM Subject: aus-wx: March 6, NSW ASWA Meeting (Storm video and photo feast!) > Hi everyone! > > The next NSW ASWA meeting will be on Saturday 6th March at 6pm at The > Weather Company office. (Level 1, 7 West St, North Sydney) > > The presentations will include: > > Matthew Smith will be showing some video of inside a microburst in the > hunter and some video of storms the other week with lightning rates of > 2 a second in Sydney! > > Matthew Pearce (professional meteorologist at The Weather Company!) will > give a detailed weather briefing for the upcoming week. > > David Sercombe will be presenting some photos from the Mid North Coast, > with plenty of interesting photos that will make for excellent > discussion! > > Philip Basil Jones has edited some of his footage into highlights (from > Sydney recently, and also from Darwin TDU-Style). Phil has done an > AWESOME job in editing this and has timed it excellently to music - > basically it's like the famous AGM videos, only it goes for longer! > > Michael Manning will also be providing a similar presentation from some > of the Brisbane thunderstorms over recent weeks. > > I'll also be giving a presentation on some of the storms in Southeast > Queensland over the last few weeks, mostly consisting of video and > photos! Including (but not only!) > > Gold Coast Squall Line, Jan 24: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/24010408.jpg > Pottsville HP Supercell (embedded in a squall line), Jan 25: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/25-01-04-05.jpg > Beaudesert-Amberley "Nuclear Bomb" supercell, Jan 26: > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/26-01-04-05.jpg > Darling Downs, Feb 16 - some of the spectacular structure and storms > that developed as CAPE values exceeded 4500-5000!!! > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-16.jpg > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-25.jpg > > We've also had many spectacular lightning displays...including Feb 16 > (night) and recently, Feb 22...so I'll display some video and photos > also and open a general discussion for "What conditions are favourable > for spectacular and frequent lightning?" > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-23.jpg > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/th22-02-04.jpg > > If there's time, I'll show the Redcliffe Tornadic Supercell also...this > storm did around $4000 damage to my car as 90-100km/h winds and hail up > to 5cm battered it! > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/26-10-03-pan7.jpg > > Should be a great evening! > > Recapping the details: > > Date: Saturday, 6th of March > Time: 6pm commencement > Venue: The Weather Company > Level 1 > 7 West St > North Sydney > > * Bring along any weather photos or video if you'd like to show them! k > * We normally purchase pizza at the meeting, please bring around $5 if > you're interested in it! > > *** Everyone is welcome, we especially invite guests to come and have a > great time! *** > > Hope to see you there - living in Brisbane I don't get a chance to meet > Sydney/NSW people very often! > > -- > Anthony Cornelius > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > 0417 759 304 > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:22:48 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-227726/15579 Subject: aus-wx: March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting Hi all, Some minor changes and updates: - Brett Vilnis will be presenting his 2001 footage and leaving the 1994 footage for another meeting. Got a glimpse of Mal Ninnes' product. WOWWW!!! - William (BigWilly) is presenting a slide show on his recent severe weather and a variety of photography of scenery cloud formations, sunsets, etc. Will attended his first meeting during February and has already expressed interest in presenting which is excellent. Will will definitely be one of the presenters at this meeting. It is looking already like there will be an incredible turnout for this meeting thanks to the media publicity we have had on www.stormchasing.com.au and www.australiasevereweather.com ----------------------------------------- Hi all, The Agenda for the March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting has been finalised. We have a variety in speakers and topics this time around including an exciting "new era" in the Aviation Models concept. Read further... Firstly the latest news. The new Venue for The Australian Storm Chasers was well received and made it comfortable for all those who attended the February meeting. Some improvements will be made in time and further feedback is encouraged but basically the format worked well. The newsletter will be released at this March meeting. Attendance, Membership and newsletters are absolutely free!! Anyone who attends the meeting, feel free to help yourself to a cup of coffee and drinks. And then the BBQ will begin about 5pm. JUST A REMINDER - IF THERE IS A STORM CHASE ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING THE BBQ MAY BE DELAYED. PLEASE CHECK NOTICES AS TO THE MEETING DEFINITELY GOING AHEAD - only distant chases cancel meetings. Being a BBQ meeting, the BBQ will begin by 5pm and the meeting / presentations approximately 6:30pm. If you cannot make the BBQ or the start of the meeting, feel free to come along whatever time you can make it. The presentations are well worth attending and will last until 10:30pm mark. A 20 minute time limit is now in place so that the program runs smoothly and fairly. If you would like to present, please e-mail me the details and it will be included in this meeting - if no place available - the next meeting definitely. The meeting program for the evening: Presentation 1) Bryce will present his video presentation of the spectacular gustfront of a January storm event and also the 25th October 2003 hailstorm footage from Max's vehicle that got hail bombed on the day. This will add some exciting discussion I am sure and allow us to reflect on the event not so long ago. Bryce has had an excellent time storm chasing this summer with one of the all time greats Michael Thompson. He is a great communicator demonstrating his abilities through presentations at the Weather Channel. Presentation 2) Con Marathos has ffered to demonstrate the use of a lightning trigger mechanism. During the presentation, he will compare and contrast slides taken with the aid of a lightning trigger tool and slides without. This will be another hands on demonstration where members can observe directly how the technique is applied to night time photography. Con Marathos is a gifted photographer with an extensive and fascinating archive of slides. This technique can only complement his collection. Presentation 3) Most chasers have become accustomed to the AvnPlotter (copyright Jimmy Deguara) and appreciated the advantages it had in accelerating the process of plotting avn model data a link made available by Jimmy Deguara in October 1998. Well Mal Ninnes has now revolutionalised the concept of plotting this data. On the night he will release for the first time his new software package and demonstrate its powerful tools in modelling data at ease that certainly will supercede any techniques used in the past. Mal Ninnes is a highly skilled computer technology and software programmer. This is an exciting addition to the extensive archives of utilities he has developed over the years. Presentation 4) Jimmy Deguara will present a "Blast from the Past" storm chase with an overall discussion on the forecast of the day and chosen target. These presentations are presented in such a format that allow for revision of techniques in forecasting and choosing of targets from a post chase perspective. The event was surprisingly an awesome display of structure and illustrated the importance of backing in supercell behaviour. The 20th of March 2003 event is one of the most spectacular chases in recent times. The video presentation includes timelapse and night time lightning display. [img]http://www.australiasevereweather.com/video/thumbs/2003/0320jd44.jpg[/img] Presentation 5) Brett Vilnis will present more fire footage from the 2001 outbreak instead of the 1994 footage. This has been put off for some time due to other presentations. Brett Vilnis is a fire fighter and has developed many skills in recognising fire behaviour over the years. On the night he will discuss some of the background that made the 2001 bushfires so dangerous and severe and how travelling speeds were broken. The venue: Level 2 245 George Street WINDSOR, NSW 2756 [img]http://australiasevereweather.com/temp/maps/mapwindsor.gif[/img] Please contact Brett Vilnis to register interest in attending manager at myisp.net.au or phone myself 0408020468 On the night, you can phone 0408020468 as we need to let people in the security door. Anyone curious about severe weather or have been affected in some way by recent events, feel free to come along. Go to www.stormchasing.com.au for more updates. Regards, Jimmy Deguara ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara Sydney, Australia Ph: 0408 020468 Australian Severe Weather has the most extensive archive of quality video and photographic weather related resources. http://www.australiasevereweather.com Thunderbolt Tours http://www.thunderbolttours.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "David Simpson" To: Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 18:15:53 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2616 Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-227820/30050 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

Stephen and James, glad you enjoyed them, thanks. I’ll put a few more up on the site later tonight.

 

Cheers

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of James Holbeach
Sent: Friday, 27 February 2004 11:33 AM
To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
Subject: RE: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

Don’t say much on this forum any more, but WOW.

 

Top shots David!

 

James Holbeach

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Trapdoor Ski Club

Mt. Hotham

http://www.trapdoor.com.au

Ph: (M) +61 (0)417 553 757

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-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com] On Behalf Of David Simpson
Sent: Thursday, 26 February 2004 7:01 PM
To: Aussie Weather
Subject: aus-wx: Storm Chase at 22,000ft!!!

 

On February 25th 2004 aboard a flight from Brisbane back home to Melbourne, climbing through 22,000ft (pilot announced height as I took these images) I was fortunate enough to be able to capture these digital images of storms north of Brisbane. The images were taken at around 1615hrs local time, or 0615hrs UTC. The more I look at the images, the more significant some of the features appear to be, it's not often we get to be this close to the tops of storm cells and I consider myself very lucky indeed! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! I also was able to capture some Pyrocumulus development about 20 minutes NE of Melbourne on descent into Tullamarine.

 

http://www.stormplanet.com/chase22000ft.htm

 

 

 

David Simpson

www.stormplanet.com

 

 

Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 22:13:37 +1100 From: Matt Smith Organization: IDXNET X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Win98; U) X-Accept-Language: en To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 24-2272344/30814 Subject: Re: aus-wx: March 6, NSW ASWA Meeting (Storm video and photo feast!) Wow this is great! Im so glad people are comming along! I thought NSW ASWA was about to kick the bucket, but thank goodness a few people are interested in comming, maybe the bi-monthly meetings are a good idea after all! It will be great to catch up with some old faces! As Jimmy said, hopefully all the publicity over the last few weeks has interested a few people and that they may come along... we certainly need it! Seeya's there Matt Smith Phill wrote: > Yeh.. it will certainly be a great meeting!.. I'm also giving a brief run > down of Jan 30th 2004 with slideshow of pictures from that day along with > the footage I'm showing! > > Great to see so much enthusiasm from all people who are going to be > attending the meeting :) > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Anthony Cornelius" > To: "Aus-wx" > Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 8:02 PM > Subject: aus-wx: March 6, NSW ASWA Meeting (Storm video and photo feast!) > > > Hi everyone! > > > > The next NSW ASWA meeting will be on Saturday 6th March at 6pm at The > > Weather Company office. (Level 1, 7 West St, North Sydney) > > > > The presentations will include: > > > > Matthew Smith will be showing some video of inside a microburst in the > > hunter and some video of storms the other week with lightning rates of > > 2 a second in Sydney! > > > > Matthew Pearce (professional meteorologist at The Weather Company!) will > > give a detailed weather briefing for the upcoming week. > > > > David Sercombe will be presenting some photos from the Mid North Coast, > > with plenty of interesting photos that will make for excellent > > discussion! > > > > Philip Basil Jones has edited some of his footage into highlights (from > > Sydney recently, and also from Darwin TDU-Style). Phil has done an > > AWESOME job in editing this and has timed it excellently to music - > > basically it's like the famous AGM videos, only it goes for longer! > > > > Michael Manning will also be providing a similar presentation from some > > of the Brisbane thunderstorms over recent weeks. > > > > I'll also be giving a presentation on some of the storms in Southeast > > Queensland over the last few weeks, mostly consisting of video and > > photos! Including (but not only!) > > > > Gold Coast Squall Line, Jan 24: > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/24010408.jpg > > Pottsville HP Supercell (embedded in a squall line), Jan 25: > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/25-01-04-05.jpg > > Beaudesert-Amberley "Nuclear Bomb" supercell, Jan 26: > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/26-01-04-05.jpg > > Darling Downs, Feb 16 - some of the spectacular structure and storms > > that developed as CAPE values exceeded 4500-5000!!! > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-16.jpg > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-25.jpg > > > > We've also had many spectacular lightning displays...including Feb 16 > > (night) and recently, Feb 22...so I'll display some video and photos > > also and open a general discussion for "What conditions are favourable > > for spectacular and frequent lightning?" > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/16-02-04-23.jpg > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/th22-02-04.jpg > > > > If there's time, I'll show the Redcliffe Tornadic Supercell also...this > > storm did around $4000 damage to my car as 90-100km/h winds and hail up > > to 5cm battered it! > > > > http://www.downunderchase.com/temp/NSW/26-10-03-pan7.jpg > > > > Should be a great evening! > > > > Recapping the details: > > > > Date: Saturday, 6th of March > > Time: 6pm commencement > > Venue: The Weather Company > > Level 1 > > 7 West St > > North Sydney > > > > * Bring along any weather photos or video if you'd like to show them! k > > * We normally purchase pizza at the meeting, please bring around $5 if > > you're interested in it! > > > > *** Everyone is welcome, we especially invite guests to come and have a > > great time! *** > > > > Hope to see you there - living in Brisbane I don't get a chance to meet > > Sydney/NSW people very often! > > > > -- > > Anthony Cornelius > > President & Queensland Coordinator of the > > Australian Severe Weather Association (ASWA) > > 0417 759 304 > > http://www.severeweather.asn.au > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > > message. > > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > > > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 22:42:48 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 33-2272344/30814 Subject: Re: aus-wx: March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting Hi all, I received an e-mail with hail from the 26th October 2003 gorilla hail event. It shows hail from the same region we were when we measured the record measured hailstones though straight after the storm!!! One hailstone in the photos is placed on a post - WOW!!! I'll show at the this coming Australian Storm Chaser's monthly meeting. It should not take long and will wet the appetite. This is a scene from the US. Suffice to say that you would not want this stone to knock you on the head :) You have to see it to believe it! If anyone did not see the 26th October 2003 gorilla hail footage, please let me know and I will bring it along as there is a piece edited - sound and all. A small scene was played on the Today Tonight interview. Cheers, Jimmy Deguara At 05:22 PM 27/02/2004, you wrote: >Hi all, > >Some minor changes and updates: > >- Brett Vilnis will be presenting his 2001 footage and leaving the 1994 >footage for another meeting. > >Got a glimpse of Mal Ninnes' product. WOWWW!!! > >- William (BigWilly) is presenting a slide show on his recent severe >weather and a variety of photography of scenery cloud formations, sunsets, >etc. Will attended his first meeting during February and has already >expressed interest in presenting which is excellent. Will will definitely >be one of the presenters at this meeting. > >It is looking already like there will be an incredible turnout for this >meeting thanks to the media publicity we have had on www.stormchasing.com.au > >and www.australiasevereweather.com > >----------------------------------------- >Hi all, > >The Agenda for the March 20th 2004 Australian Storm Chasers meeting has >been finalised. We have a variety in speakers and topics this time around >including an exciting "new era" in the Aviation Models concept. Read further... > >Firstly the latest news. The new Venue for The Australian Storm Chasers >was well received and made it comfortable for all those who attended the >February meeting. Some improvements will be made in time and further >feedback is encouraged but basically the format worked well. The >newsletter will be released at this March meeting. Attendance, Membership >and newsletters are absolutely free!! > >Anyone who attends the meeting, feel free to help yourself to a cup of >coffee and drinks. And then the BBQ will begin about 5pm. JUST A REMINDER >- IF THERE IS A STORM CHASE ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING THE BBQ MAY BE >DELAYED. PLEASE CHECK NOTICES AS TO THE MEETING DEFINITELY GOING AHEAD - >only distant chases cancel meetings. > >Being a BBQ meeting, the BBQ will begin by 5pm and the meeting / >presentations approximately 6:30pm. If you cannot make the BBQ or the >start of the meeting, feel free to come along whatever time you can make >it. The presentations are well worth attending and will last until 10:30pm >mark. A 20 minute time limit is now in place so that the program runs >smoothly and fairly. If you would like to present, please e-mail me the >details and it will be included in this meeting - if no place available - >the next meeting definitely. > >The meeting program for the evening: > >Presentation 1) > >Bryce will present his video presentation of the spectacular gustfront of >a January storm event and also the 25th October 2003 hailstorm footage >from Max's vehicle that got hail bombed on the day. This will add some >exciting discussion I am sure and allow us to reflect on the event not so >long ago. Bryce has had an excellent time storm chasing this summer with >one of the all time greats Michael Thompson. He is a great communicator >demonstrating his abilities through presentations at the Weather Channel. > > >Presentation 2) > >Con Marathos has ffered to demonstrate the use of a lightning trigger >mechanism. During the presentation, he will compare and contrast slides >taken with the aid of a lightning trigger tool and slides without. This >will be another hands on demonstration where members can observe directly >how the technique is applied to night time photography. Con Marathos is a >gifted photographer with an extensive and fascinating archive of slides. >This technique can only complement his collection. > > >Presentation 3) > >Most chasers have become accustomed to the AvnPlotter (copyright Jimmy >Deguara) and appreciated the advantages it had in accelerating the process >of plotting avn model data a link made available by Jimmy Deguara in >October 1998. Well Mal Ninnes has now revolutionalised the concept of >plotting this data. On the night he will release for the first time his >new software package and demonstrate its powerful tools in modelling data >at ease that certainly will supercede any techniques used in the past. Mal >Ninnes is a highly skilled computer technology and software programmer. >This is an exciting addition to the extensive archives of utilities he has >developed over the years. > > >Presentation 4) > >Jimmy Deguara will present a "Blast from the Past" storm chase with an >overall discussion on the forecast of the day and chosen target. These >presentations are presented in such a format that allow for revision of >techniques in forecasting and choosing of targets from a post chase >perspective. The event was surprisingly an awesome display of structure >and illustrated the importance of backing in supercell behaviour. The 20th >of March 2003 event is one of the most spectacular chases in recent times. >The video presentation includes timelapse and night time lightning display. > >[img]http://www.australiasevereweather.com/video/thumbs/2003/0320jd44.jpg[/img] > >Presentation 5) > >Brett Vilnis will present more fire footage from the 2001 outbreak instead >of the 1994 footage. This has been put off for some time due to other >presentations. Brett Vilnis is a fire fighter and has developed many >skills in recognising fire behaviour over the years. On the night he will >discuss some of the background that made the 2001 bushfires so dangerous >and severe and how travelling speeds were broken. > > >The venue: > >Level 2 245 George Street >WINDSOR, NSW 2756 > > [img]http://australiasevereweather.com/temp/maps/mapwindsor.gif[/img] > >Please contact Brett Vilnis to register interest in attending >manager at myisp.net.au or phone myself 0408020468 > >On the night, you can phone 0408020468 as we need to let people in the >security door. Anyone curious about severe weather or have been affected >in some way by recent events, feel free to come along. > >Go to www.stormchasing.com.au for more updates. > > >Regards, >Jimmy Deguara > >------------------------------------- >Jimmy Deguara > >Sydney, Australia > >Ph: 0408 020468 > >Australian Severe Weather has the most extensive archive of quality video >and photographic weather related resources. >http://www.australiasevereweather.com > > >Thunderbolt Tours > >http://www.thunderbolttours.com > > > >+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ >To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com >with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your >message. >-----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ ------------------------------------- Jimmy Deguara Sydney, Australia Ph: 0408 020468 Australian Severe Weather has the most extensive archive of quality video and photographic weather related resources. http://www.australiasevereweather.com Thunderbolt Tours http://www.thunderbolttours.com +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Jane ONeill" To: "Aussie-wx" Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 19:39:35 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 39-2282339/20798 Subject: aus-wx: Frontal cloud structure Evening all, Interesting cloud structure is a feature of some of the fronts passing through southern Victoria and today's was no different.... http://www.stormchasers.au.com/Feb04/0228jon01.jpg http://www.stormchasers.au.com/Feb04/0228jon02.jpg http://www.stormchasers.au.com/Feb04/0228jon03.jpg Got about 35 drops from it here. Cheers, Jane -------------------------------- Jane ONeill - Melbourne aussky at iprimus.com.au Australian Sky & Weather http://www.australianskynweather.com Australian Severe Weather Assocn (ASWA) http://www.severeweather.asn.au ***The journey is the reward*** -------------------------------- +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 10:22:14 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 41-2282341/21497 Subject: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet
We had 112mm here in  Auckland yesterday.  Widespread rainfall yesterday produced falls upto 300mm in the higher country, 100-150mm lower lying areas.  I hear on the radio that about 100 people have been evacuated from a small central NI town due flooding this morning.  
 
I was reading in the paper today,  the damage bill for the big flood event in lower North Island earlier this month will exceed $300million. 
 
 

X-Sender: jdeguara at australiasevereweather.com at mail.australiasevereweather.com X-Mailer: QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 6.0.2.0 Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 08:30:27 +1100 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com From: Jimmy Deguara Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 43-2282341/21497 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet Hi Stephen,

Now that is impressive stuff!! How does this compare with others in the past?

Regards,

Jimmy Deguara

At 08:22 AM 29/02/2004, you wrote:
We had 112mm here in  Auckland yesterday.  Widespread rainfall yesterday produced falls upto 300mm in the higher country, 100-150mm lower lying areas.  I hear on the radio that about 100 people have been evacuated from a small central NI town due flooding this morning.  
 
I was reading in the paper today,  the damage bill for the big flood event in lower North Island earlier this month will exceed $300million.
 
 

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Jimmy Deguara

Sydney, Australia

Ph: 0408 020468

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From: "Steven Williams" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 12:03:00 +1300 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-228248/27829 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

Hi Jimmy,
 
The $300 mil damage bill is one of the biggest in NZ natural disaster history.
 
Problem with the weather over here in NZ is that it keeps raining so ground in saturated. So heavy falls produce alot of run off.
We get use to this weather in the winter/spring months but its very unusual for Feb.
 
Wish I was going to USA but once again, another year when I can't afford it.   
 
Cheers
Steven W    
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

Hi Stephen,

Now that is impressive stuff!! How does this compare with others in the past?

Regards,

Jimmy Deguara

At 08:22 AM 29/02/2004, you wrote:
We had 112mm here in  Auckland yesterday.  Widespread rainfall yesterday produced falls upto 300mm in the higher country, 100-150mm lower lying areas.  I hear on the radio that about 100 people have been evacuated from a small central NI town due flooding this morning.  
 
I was reading in the paper today,  the damage bill for the big flood event in lower North Island earlier this month will exceed $300million.
 
 

-------------------------------------
Jimmy Deguara

Sydney, Australia

Ph: 0408 020468

Australian Severe Weather has the most extensive archive of quality video and photographic weather related resources.
http://www.australiasevereweather.com


Thunderbolt Tours

http://www.thunderbolttours.com

From: "sgalow" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 09:23:54 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 2-229155/20369 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet
well now that hurricane ivy has died , but touched the north island of nz and Auckland as well , what do you think the damage bill may be now
after cat 4 with winds to 250 kph 
Stephen  G
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 9:03 AM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

Hi Jimmy,
 
The $300 mil damage bill is one of the biggest in NZ natural disaster history.
 
Problem with the weather over here in NZ is that it keeps raining so ground in saturated. So heavy falls produce alot of run off.
We get use to this weather in the winter/spring months but its very unusual for Feb.
 
Wish I was going to USA but once again, another year when I can't afford it.   
 
Cheers
Steven W    
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

Hi Stephen,

Now that is impressive stuff!! How does this compare with others in the past?

Regards,

Jimmy Deguara

At 08:22 AM 29/02/2004, you wrote:
We had 112mm here in  Auckland yesterday.  Widespread rainfall yesterday produced falls upto 300mm in the higher country, 100-150mm lower lying areas.  I hear on the radio that about 100 people have been evacuated from a small central NI town due flooding this morning.  
 
I was reading in the paper today,  the damage bill for the big flood event in lower North Island earlier this month will exceed $300million.
 
 

-------------------------------------
Jimmy Deguara

Sydney, Australia

Ph: 0408 020468

Australian Severe Weather has the most extensive archive of quality video and photographic weather related resources.
http://www.australiasevereweather.com


Thunderbolt Tours

http://www.thunderbolttours.com

From: "Rhett Blanch" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 10:47:06 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2910.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 95-2292044/27549 Subject: RE: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet
Has there been much rain on the South Island? When we there this time last year there was a lot of talk of power cuts because the storages for the hydro-electricity were so low - has this situation eased?
-----Original Message-----
From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of sgalow
Sent: Sunday, 29 February 2004 10:24 AM
To: aussie-weather at world.std.com
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

well now that hurricane ivy has died , but touched the north island of nz and Auckland as well , what do you think the damage bill may be now
after cat 4 with winds to 250 kph 
Stephen  G
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 9:03 AM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

Hi Jimmy,
 
The $300 mil damage bill is one of the biggest in NZ natural disaster history.
 
Problem with the weather over here in NZ is that it keeps raining so ground in saturated. So heavy falls produce alot of run off.
We get use to this weather in the winter/spring months but its very unusual for Feb.
 
Wish I was going to USA but once again, another year when I can't afford it.   
 
Cheers
Steven W    
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

Hi Stephen,

Now that is impressive stuff!! How does this compare with others in the past?

Regards,

Jimmy Deguara

At 08:22 AM 29/02/2004, you wrote:
We had 112mm here in  Auckland yesterday.  Widespread rainfall yesterday produced falls upto 300mm in the higher country, 100-150mm lower lying areas.  I hear on the radio that about 100 people have been evacuated from a small central NI town due flooding this morning.  
 
I was reading in the paper today,  the damage bill for the big flood event in lower North Island earlier this month will exceed $300million.
 
 

-------------------------------------
Jimmy Deguara

Sydney, Australia

Ph: 0408 020468

Australian Severe Weather has the most extensive archive of quality video and photographic weather related resources.
http://www.australiasevereweather.com


Thunderbolt Tours

http://www.thunderbolttours.com

From: "John Woodbridge" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 13:04:18 +1000 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-229412/23731 Subject: RE: aus-wx: TC Monty LOL at BoM comments on destructive winds (from TC advice 16 on the web)... Name: Monty Severity Category: 3 Situation At: 6AM WST Sunday 29 February 2004 Warning Area: Exmouth to Port Hedland Location: 19.1S 116.6E Recent Movement: W at 5 km/h Remarks: Severe Tropical Cyclone Monty is expected to move roughly parellel to the coast today and then approach the coast overnight. Gales with gusts to 120 kilometres per hour are possible in coastal communities between Port Hedland and Onslow today. Destructive winds with gusts to 10 kilometres per hour are possible as the system near the coast on Monday. --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.595 / Virus Database: 378 - Release Date: 25/02/2004 +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Judith Mayo" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 15:23:28 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1106 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-229530/12030 Subject: Re: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet
Hello Steven,
I was wondering if you could please outline the damage and where it happened in the storm earlier this month that has caused $300million damage.
Judy Mayo.
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 8:22 AM
Subject: aus-wx: Wet, wet and more wet

We had 112mm here in  Auckland yesterday.  Widespread rainfall yesterday produced falls upto 300mm in the higher country, 100-150mm lower lying areas.  I hear on the radio that about 100 people have been evacuated from a small central NI town due flooding this morning.  
 
I was reading in the paper today,  the damage bill for the big flood event in lower North Island earlier this month will exceed $300million. 
 
 

From: "arky dave" To: Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 23:58:02 -0600 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4133.2400 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-229657/32243 Subject: aus-wx: US Tornado Drought
Hello Wonderful Aussie Friends:
It seems that there is a "Tornado Drought" in the US this Winter (Dec 2003-Feb 2004).
 
US Tornadoes Reported by Month: (*10 year average)
Dec 2003: 0 reported (*avg 22)
Jan 2004: 3 reported (*avg 42)
Feb 2004: 8 reported (*avg 25)
 
This total of 11 reported twisters is the lowest 3-month total since 1950.
FYI: On average, there are 1,216 tornado reports in the US per annum (10 yr average).
The most active month is May (avg 283), the least active month is December (avg 25).
 
Source: The (US) Weather Channel.
 
I Wish Everyone A Great Week & Awesome Month of March!
Yours~~~David Powell
 
From: "Stargazer" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 17:49:09 +1030 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2800.1158 Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 1-229824/20025 Subject: Re: aus-wx: TC Monty Geez, that's almost strong enough to blow the hair off a dog, or the head off a beer, or make the chook lay the same egg twice, or ... ;) Regs, Paul. (Stargazer) http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Woodbridge" To: Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 1:34 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx: TC Monty > LOL at BoM comments on destructive winds (from TC advice 16 on the web)... > > Name: Monty > Severity Category: 3 > Situation At: 6AM WST Sunday 29 February 2004 > Warning Area: Exmouth to Port Hedland > Location: 19.1S 116.6E > Recent Movement: W at 5 km/h > Remarks: Severe Tropical Cyclone Monty is expected to move roughly > parellel to the coast today and then approach the coast overnight. Gales > with gusts to 120 kilometres per hour are possible in coastal communities > between Port Hedland and Onslow today. Destructive winds with gusts to 10 > kilometres per hour are possible as the system near the coast on Monday. > > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). > Version: 6.0.595 / Virus Database: 378 - Release Date: 25/02/2004 > > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ > To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com > with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your > message. > -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ > +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ To unsubscribe from aussie-weather send e-mail to:majordomo at world.std.com with "unsubscribe aussie-weather your_email_address" in the body of your message. -----------------------jacob at iinet.net.au------------------------------ From: "Craig Arthur" To: Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 21:17:01 +1100 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2911.0) Importance: Normal Sender: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com Reply-To: aussie-weather at world.std.com X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR: SPAM OK X-www.SpamTrap.net-HDR-ID: 24-2292044/27549 Subject: RE: aus-wx: TC Monty Monty has gained cat 4 status this evening, with winds near the centre gusting to 240 km/h. He's now expected to turn south in the next 24 hours as the mid-level ridge to the south breaks down (instability as far south as Perth is a sign of the breakdown of the ridge). I'd expect a coastal crossing as a high category 3 storm (gusts over 200 km/h) somewhere near Onslow/Mardie late Monday. Will be interesting to see the flow-on effects in terms of mid-level moisture and rainfall across WA, SA and VIC in the coming week. Notably most models did a good job of predicting the track, however, GFS did the best. It was the first to indicate a slight northward shift in the track on Saturday and picked increases in intensity well. The Bureau models tended to keep Monty too close to the coast for mine, though intensity wasn't too bad (I haven't yet looked back through the UKMET progs). Craig Arthur -----Original Message----- From: aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com [mailto:aussie-weather-approval at world.std.com]On Behalf Of Stargazer Sent: Sunday, 29 February 2004 18:19 To: aussie-weather at world.std.com Subject: Re: aus-wx: TC Monty Geez, that's almost strong enough to blow the hair off a dog, or the head off a beer, or make the chook lay the same egg twice, or ... ;) Regs, Paul. (Stargazer) http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/stargazer ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Woodbridge" To: Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 1:34 PM Subject: RE: aus-wx: TC Monty > LOL at BoM comments on destructive winds (from TC advice 16 on the web)... > > Name: Monty > Severity Category: 3 > Situation At: 6AM WST Sunday 29 February 2004 > Warning Area: Exmouth to Port Hedland > Location: 19.1S 116.6E > Recent Movement: W at 5 km/h > Remarks: Severe Tropical Cyclone Monty is expected to move roughly > parellel to the coast today and then approach the coast overnight. Gales > with gusts to 120 kilometres per hour are possible in coastal communities > between Port Hedland and Onslow today. 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