An upper low, heaps of mosturte and a cyclone – so what does that mean for us?
Weather models work in a couple of ways – short term models look at current conditions and then project what will likely happen over the next couple of weeks, while longer term climate models are used to develop seasonal forecasts. These models forecast larger scale ocean and atmospheric conditions and have improved markedly over the […]
We’ve seen devastating fires over the last few months – so a chance to look at the bigger picture to help understand why it is happening.
This one is worth watching – we’ve got a significant battle coming up later this week and over the weekend with a significant and longer lasting westerly change coming through – but the chance of showers and storms before it does so.
Lots of storms over the last few days…and lots of interesting weather coming up. Here’s all the details!
We have fires burning on all sides of us at the moment – and rain is going to be key in getting them out…so what are the models telling us?
SUmmer storms and sea breezes – but the fire risk is still there.
We’ve had another week of fires all around us, but nothing yet in our valleys which is fantastic. Yesterday we had the promised storms rolling through, but unlike other areas we managed more rain (for some) than thunder.
As before I’ll start with a reminder that the BoM and RFS are the places to go for the latest warnings and fire weather information. This is a local blog and not an official forecast. Some useful links: Bureau of Meteorology – for the latest official weather forecasts and warningFires Near Me – for the […]
Worth noting that this page is not an official weather site – particularly at these challenging times. For official forecasts please visit the BoM site, and for all fire information please use the RFS. We were fairly lucky today in our valley (and a very different story just to our north and south) with the […]