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Australia Heatwave 2017: February & All-Time Records Fall From Queensland To NSW

Written by on February 11, 2017 in Australasia, Rest of World, Winter 2016/17 with 0 Comments
Australia Heatwave 2017: February & All-Time Records Fall From Queensland To NSW

It’s been a tail of two halves during January with cool and wet conditions for northern parts of Western Australia while it’s been record hot for Sydney. February has opened where January left off with the opening 11 days witnessing monthly or even all-time records from Queensland to South Australia thanks to a persistent clear skies beneath a powerful […]

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GLOBAL: Australian Snowstorm, Antarctic Ice Nears All-Time Record, Arctic Holding It’s Own!

Written by on June 26, 2014 in Australasia, Rest of World with 0 Comments
GLOBAL: Australian Snowstorm, Antarctic Ice Nears All-Time Record, Arctic Holding It’s Own!

A lot of attention is drawn these days to global warming and the earth heating up, bringing greater floods, heat waves and droughts than ‘ever before’, yet the media and governments bypass what’s happening down under where the Antarctic is breaking records for GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE ICE EXTENT while SE Australia get’s smacked by a major […]

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High Pressure Brings Coldest September Nights In 20, 50, 100 Years To Parts of Eastern Australia!

Written by on September 2, 2012 in Australasia with 0 Comments
High Pressure Brings Coldest September Nights In 20, 50, 100 Years To Parts of Eastern Australia!

It’s been a winter which will likely become known as one of the worst in many years from Alice Springs to the East Coast. Persistent high pressure systems and southerly air flows supported frequent spells of ‘worst cold nights’ in 20, 30, 40, 50+ years from southern Queensland all the way to Tasmania. We even saw record cold […]

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Parts Of Australia Start August With Coldest Lows In 9 Years!

Written by on August 3, 2012 in Australasia with 0 Comments
Parts Of Australia Start August With Coldest Lows In 9 Years!

Following the coldest July average minimum temperature in 30 years for Australia as a whole, the month of August has continued the cold trend thanks to the persistent high keeping skies clear at night which allows daytime warmth to quickly escape back to space at night. The cold in recent nights has advanced further north […]

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Australia Suffered It’s Coldest Average July Minimum Temperature in 30 Years!

Written by on August 3, 2012 in Australasia with 0 Comments
Australia Suffered It’s Coldest Average July Minimum Temperature in 30 Years!

It seems the cold has been never ending with clear skies, light wind and harsh frosts becoming the rule rather than exception this year across Australia following back to back cool, wet summers. While days are chilly but not outragous, it’s the nights which have grabbed headlines as a large chunk of interior and eastern Australia has suffered frosty, bitter […]

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Alice Springs, Australia Is On Brink Of Coldest Spell In 35 Years. An Indicator To The Upcoming N Hem Winter?

Written by on July 22, 2012 in Australasia with 0 Comments
Alice Springs, Australia Is On Brink Of Coldest Spell In 35 Years. An Indicator To The Upcoming N Hem Winter?

With dominant high pressure continuing over the heart of Australia, so the chill continues also. Alice Springs in the red centre has witnessed their coldest spell of weather in 15 years but a low of -0.8C or lower on Monday morning would bag the coldest spell for the city in 35 years. According to The Weather Channel […]

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WHAT THE MEDIA DON’T TELL YOU: While Hot Across The USA, It’s been Equally As Cold Across Australia!

Written by on July 8, 2012 in Australasia with 0 Comments
WHAT THE MEDIA DON’T TELL YOU: While Hot Across The USA, It’s been Equally As Cold Across Australia!

A lot of attention has been on the USA of late with all kinds of daily, monthly and all-time records falling. It would seem it’s been plain old hot since March. Well, I guess for some across Australia, the same could be said for their cold! What’s very interesting is that while we here in the […]

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Strong Tornado Strikes Suburban Perth, Western Australia (MUST SEE VIDEO!). More Stormy Weather Ahead For SE

Written by on June 7, 2012 in Australasia with 1 Comment
Strong Tornado Strikes Suburban Perth, Western Australia (MUST SEE VIDEO!). More Stormy Weather Ahead For SE

Severe thunderstorms give birth to WA tornadoes (THE WEATHER CHANNEL) Dianella Morley residents tell of tornado terror as storm smashes homes (PERTH NOW) OTHER WEATHER NEWS ACROSS AUSTRALIA Bitterly cold temperatures and frosts to blanket south and south-east Australia (THE WEATHER CHANNEL) Round 2 – another east coast low predicted (THE WEATHER CHANNEL)

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Southeast Australia Continues To Be Affected By Large Swells Following Storm, Active Weather Focused In West

Written by on June 7, 2012 in Australasia with 0 Comments

Recent days has seen Southeast Australia under the focus of some very wild weather. An intense low came up from the south hammering Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania with gales, torrential rains and heavy swells, now the focus of active weather is out to the western side of the country while high pressure allows drying […]

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