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General Discussion / Re: ***Birthday Shout Outs***
« Last post by Rwood on Today at 02:11:14 PM »
Have a great one Mark.  8)
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Daily Weather updates / Re: Local Weather Chat August 2019 Week 3
« Last post by Hank13 on Today at 08:48:05 AM »
Ashburton  @ 08:47 AM,  20 /08/2019  .
 Currant Temp.is now 10.2°C  . 
Overcast.
 The wind is now 13.3 km/h,NNW  .
 Baro is 999.8 hpa (Falling)  .
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Daily Weather updates / Re: Daily Station History Data August 2019
« Last post by Hank13 on Today at 08:46:30 AM »
Ashburton Mid Canterbury NZ Yesterday
 
Temperature High =12.4 °C@3:49 PM  .
 Temperature Low =-3.6 °C@6:44 AM  .
 Rainfall Yesterday =0.0 mm(0.00 in)  .
 Month Rainfall Total so far:=42.1 mm  .
Wind Gust High=41.8 kmh  NW@11:59 PM  .
 Yesterday's max average speed = 33.3 kmh NNW@11:56 PM  .
 Wind Run =152.16km  .
 Baro High =1026.1 hPa@12:00 AM  .
 Baro Low =1009.2 hPa@11:59 PM  .
 Rain Rate High =0.0 mm/hr@00:00 AM  .
 Humidity High =93%@4:20 AM  .
 Humidity Low =44 %@10:44 PM  .
 Min Grass= -4.6 °C@ 6:24 AM
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Daily Weather updates / Re: Daily Station History Data August 2019
« Last post by Wolfie33 on Today at 08:17:44 AM »
Opotiki, Eastern BoP - Monday 19 Aug

An OK day, clear start cloud building, mostly cloudy from 11am with the odd splash of sun, mostly light SE'r a few hours NW'ly mid avo.
Avg 9-5 temp 16.8 °C
Temp High 22.6 °C at 15:54
Temp Low -0.5 °C at 06:06
Hum Range  96 - 30, low at 15:55
Rainfall mm  d/m/y  0.0 / 49.2 / 618.3
Wind Gust High 11.2 km/h at 11:19
Baro High 1027.3 hPa at 07:40
Baro Low 1021.8 hPa at 15:30
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Daily Weather updates / Re: Local Weather Chat August 2019 Week 3
« Last post by Phil on Today at 07:27:47 AM »
Belmont, Lower Hutt

8 degrees
76% Humidity
Calm
Nil Rain
Barometer on 1016.3
Solar 14

Cloudy & calm
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General Discussion / ***Birthday Shout Out to Mark***
« Last post by JennyLeez on Today at 07:26:06 AM »
Have a great day Mark. Keep warm :)
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International / Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Last post by PaulMy on Today at 01:03:47 AM »
Ontario: Flip flopping temps make for tricky end of summer planning
Digital Writers
theweathernetwork.com

Monday, August 19th 2019, 8:30 am - No sort of consistency for temperatures in southern Ontario as we finish off the last weeks of August.

After a stormy weekend that featured heavy rain and large hail and even tornado warnings in parts of southern Ontario, the week will start on a calmer note, with only a slight risk for lingering thunderstorms in the southwestern regions on Monday. The fluctuating temperature trend will continue as a late-week taste of fall makes its way to the region before another potential rebound of above seasonal warmth to round out the month. Details on Monday's storm risk, and the temperature roller coaster, below.
https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/southern-ontario-sees-hot-humid-streak-into-new-week-heat-humidity-expected-to-return-for-late-august
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Daily Weather updates / Re: Daily Station History Data August 2019
« Last post by PaulMy on Today at 01:01:00 AM »
August 18 Highs and Lows Canada: UTC -5 (NZT -18)
 Komoka, Ontario, Canada

 Temp High:  29.0 °C
 Temp Low:  19.1 °C
 Hum High:  78 %
 Hum Low:  54 %
 Day Rainfall Total:  13.0 mm
 Month Rainfall Total:  59.4 mm
 Year Rainfall Total:  549.4 mm
 Highest Wind Gust:  45.0
 Highest Average Wind Speed:  12.9 km/h
 Wind Run:  41.8 km
 Baro High:   1010.94 hPa
 Baro Low:  1006.03 hPa
 Rainfall last 24 hours:  13.0 mm
 Sunshine:  5.7 hours
 New Snowfall:   cm
 Total Snow Depth:  0 cm
 
 Current conditions:
 https://weather.gc.ca/provincialsummary_table/index_e.html?prov=ON&page=hourly
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International / Cold snap sends shivers across southern Australia
« Last post by mark on August 19, 2019, 06:44:41 PM »
https://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/cold-snap-sends-shivers-across-southern-australia/530094

A mass of cold polar air caused rain, hail and snow across multiple states and territories during the weekend, with more wintry weather on the way in the coming days.

A strong cold front swept over southern Australia between Friday night and Monday morning, producing a wintry mix of weather from WA to NSW.
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International / Torrential summer rains soak parts of Florida and the Carolinas
« Last post by mark on August 19, 2019, 06:40:22 PM »
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/08/torrential-summer-rains-soak-parts-florida-carolinas-190818091825667.html

More than 630 millimetres of rain has fallen over parts of the Gulf coast near Steinhatchee, in the northwest of Florida, since Thursday, resulting in county officials declaring a local state of emergency.

A front has stalled across the region, interacting with a small low-pressure system, which has a low chance of developing into a tropical system, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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