Ferocious Flangs February 2016

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Ferocious Flangs February 2016

Postby silvercloud » Wed Feb 03, 2016 4:59 pm

Thought I'd better get a new thread happening for February although the next week is looking pretty uneventful.

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Re: Ferocious Flangs February 2016

Postby craigperth » Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:51 pm

And enter a 7 day heatwave... Plus 35 degree temps topping out in Perth about 41... However this is pretty normal for feb


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Re: Ferocious Flangs February 2016

Postby Vinny » Thu Feb 11, 2016 8:37 am

What's with the humidity?
Yeppoon Annual Average Rainfall is (BOM) = 982.5mm
2012 Yeppoon 976.8mm
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Re: Ferocious Flangs February 2016

Postby chartphred » Sun Feb 14, 2016 9:23 pm

Just looked at the satpic for this evening, while following a flight from Syd-Per this evening, was wondering why they went so far south into the bight. Looks like a classic jetstream (seen in the cloud streaming East). Couple of the flights went as high as 40,000ft, obviously to get over the jetstream? Curious to know how fast the winds were in it? Anyone know of links to such data?
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