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Old Oct 7th 2010, 12:47 am   #226
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I'm told we're gonna have a proper QLD summer this year with humidity builds during the day, thunderstorms in arvo, and fresh clear air after it all.

Till tomorrow!

I've been here 4.5 years now and altho seen some lovely storms at night, apparently i'm yet to see a proper summer.

The proper summer was hideous 2002/3 ish?? OMG It got hot around October and work diaries record it finally cooled down in May, I can remember the pool being at 38C and we had a house with a top level and it was 46 up there one day, the worst day, kids teacher said it was 44C in the classroom. Most of that summer was more mid 30's but the humidity!!. Never seen a summer like it again, but the way this year is shaping up I reckon we might
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Old Oct 7th 2010, 12:55 am   #227
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The proper summer was hideous 2002/3 ish?? OMG It got hot around October and work diaries record it finally cooled down in May, I can remember the pool being at 38C and we had a house with a top level and it was 46 up there one day, the worst day, kids teacher said it was 44C in the classroom. Most of that summer was more mid 30's but the humidity!!. Never seen a summer like it again, but the way this year is shaping up I reckon we might
So we might have to use the bedroom air con you're saying?

Didn't use all of last summer ...
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Old Oct 7th 2010, 1:59 am   #228
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Lunchtime and apparently it's 12C outside - is it really October??
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Car thermo's been on 29C for a bit but just been for a drive and hopefully stabilise the thing. Didn't drop below 27.5C and it actually feels warmer!
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Lunchtime and apparently it's 12C outside - is it really October??
Yes it was true, that Antarctic wind is back!
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27.4 on the bay . . . a balmy breeze blowing through the screen door.
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Old Oct 7th 2010, 3:37 am   #232
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I got 31C currently in Bundall on the coast.

http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDQ60...01.94580.shtml

reckons 29.2C 12pm @ the seaway so reckon we're about right.

Stinking hot too!
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Sounds like Tasmania needs to be moved slightly to the left
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Lunchtime and apparently it's 12C outside - is it really October??
London according to the BBC had a 3 day forcast of 22/23, not bad for october.
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London according to the BBC had a 3 day forcast of 22/23, not bad for october.
Yeah I noticed that yesterday, very noice.
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Down to 25 and one big grey cloud above us now! ...
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Yeah I noticed that yesterday, very noice.

Noice, youve been in melbourne too long
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29.1 at 2:30 pm still.

Been out driving today and it was really cooking. Didn't bother with aircon, just the windows open.

Might go for a dip later if the pool temp has improved.
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29.1 at 2:30 pm still.

Been out driving today and it was really cooking. Didn't bother with aircon, just the windows open.

Might go for a dip later if the pool temp has improved.
It hit a high of 26.2°C around us today, feels like the hottest day so far.

I just checked on http://www.rabybay.org and it says:
Hottest Day of the year was 30.7°C 14:27 Jan 28 2010

So today was only 4.5 degrees under the hottest day. I thought it felt warm.
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I think it was about 24/5 here today, humidity was up but nothing major. Our usual micro climate happened. Huge major rain fall at the bottom of the hill, school oval flooded but not even a sniff of rain up here and it's an 8 minute drive straight down hill.
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