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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:22 am 
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meanwhile in paradise

Now: 18°C (64°F)

Max: 20°C (68°F)

Min: 16°C (60°F)

Wind: 28 km/hr. (17 mph)

Rain Today: 0.6

Humidity: 83%

Updated: 12th of January 2018 06:58pm

Today's Forecast

Partly cloudy. South easterlies.

Saturday's Forecast: Let's wait and see


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today: 56°F AND


...Ice and snow storm Friday and Friday night...

Rain will change to freezing rain, sleet and then snow today and
this evening as an arctic cold front moves across the forecast
area. A glaze of ice is expected to occur followed by snow. Ice
and snow accumulations are expected to be highest across
northeast Ohio and northwest Pennsylvania.

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Poor road visibility today due to flying flakes (Flakes! Flakes!).

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Doin the big melt here, when car windshields and everything else is dirty, 54f/12c. Fog like a bastard, meltin' the yellow snow.

Melt snow melt.

That western high ridge - to - low eastern trough just lob's 'em off South Carolina over the warm gulf stream; February to go...

Lol, winter, phase II?

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It's been H O T as H E L L's check in counter in paradise :twisted: and I'm lovin' it.....

'Crazy' night-time temperatures as Wellington swelters
PIERS FULLER AND GED CANN
Last updated 21:50, January 15 2018

What a difference a year makes.

This time last year, Wellingtonians were complaining of their "bummer summer", with chilly temperatures, rain and high winds.

Twelve months on, there are after-work queues to get to the beach at Oriental Bay, the nights are almost too hot to sleep, and on Sunday an ambulance crew had to switch vehicles in Wairarapa because it was too hot to treat patients in the back of one of them.
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Stanley Solomon performs a backflip by the diving platform on the Wellington waterfront on Monday afternoon.

The figures tell the story dramatically: Sunday's lowest night-time temperature was 18.7 degrees Celsius; last year the mean maximum day-time temperature was 18.6C for all the first 11 days of January.

MetService meteorologist Tui McInnes said Sunday's overnight minimum of 18.7C was "crazy for Wellington. As a Wellingtonian, I'm not used to going to sleep at night with temperatures in the high teens.
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Queues are developing regularly in Wellington as residents flock to the water after work.

"At night we still don't have strong winds to disturb that, so things don't cool down as much."

The sunny days and sleepless nights are likely to continue until Friday, as northerly winds from the tropics deliver hot, humid air to the capital.

Weather-dependant businesses have been making hay after last year's shocker. Kaffee Eis owner Karl Tiefenbacher said the hole-in-the-wall store by Frank Kitts Park was churning through more than 170 litres of gelato on a daily basis.
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Lyall Bay was still full of swimmers on Monday evening.

"Every day we are pretty much selling out of everything we have on-site."

Wellington City Council spokesman Richard MacLean said traffic jams were developing regularly as residents flocked to the beach after work, with some queues stretching from Oriental Parade to the railway station.

"The tailbacks and the delays are longest between about 5pm and 6.30pm ... Our advice is that if you want to take a soothing dip, then it's best to maybe find a car park in the CBD and then walk to Oriental Bay – otherwise you'll be sitting and sweating and getting agitated in traffic," he said.
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The shadows were lengthening, but it was still warm on Lyall Bay beach.

Temperatures cracked 30C in the Hutt Valley on Sunday, and in Wairarapa at Wellington Free Ambulance crew had to abandon the vehicle they had driven over the hill from Wellington because it had no airconditioning for patients in the back. They swapped it for one based in Masterton that had aircon.

Spokeswoman Diane Livingston said most of Wellington Free's vehicles had air conditioning, and it made sure they were deployed on hot days – "especially in the Wairarapa, which is typically a few degrees hotter than this side of the hill".

It's not only humans who have been struggling in the heat. Masterton pet owner Jane Bunny said her animals were behaving strangely, and struggling to settle at night.
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A family cooling off in Whairepo Lagoon, central Wellington, on Monday.

"It's like monsoon weather. It's so humid, it's like being in India. There's no point in getting in the shade because the shade's just as hot."

The warm weather is expected to continue across the Wellington region, with maximum temperatures predicted to be in the mid 20s for the next week to 10 days.

In Wairarapa, temperatures of close to 30C can be expected later in the week.
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Hot weather and warm ocean temperatures have fuelled formation of storm clouds in the lower and central North Island.

- Stuff

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/100588 ... n-swelters

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:04 am 
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Don't eat the blue snow either.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:58 am 
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I went from an awesome 64 and nice in the San Francisco Bay only to return to my least favorite think about living in the Northern California Valley...Tule fog this nightmare is dense, dank, wet, and cold. When I worked construction I dreaded it unless I was in the foothills where one is above it (makes for some awesome pictures if you have a scenic view).

This monster can stretch from Redding to Bakersfield almost 450 miles long and about 100 miles wide.

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Driving in it is scary, driving for hours with quarter mile visibility or less is stressful and when you hear about 50 car pile-up in California it is usually in these conditions.

It can occure while it is cold enough to cause black ice and freezing drizzle but it is not actually raining.

Everything is wet and it is plain old miserable, in a word it sucks.


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Hot Hottter and Melting

Thursday 18 Jan
SummaryMin 17Max 39Hot and sunny.
Chance of any rain: 0%
Fire Danger - Very High
Melbourne area

Friday 19 Jan
SummaryMin 25Max 39Hot and sunny.
Chance of any rain: 0%
Fire Danger - Very High
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:40 pm 
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things are heating up nicely in paradise with record breaking temperatures being reported throughout the land.....

Now: 21°C (69.8°F)

Max: 25°C (77.0°F)

Min: 17°C (62.6°F)

Wind: 22 km/hr. (13 mph)

Rain Today: 0.0

Humidity: 85%

Updated: January the 27th 16:07

Today's Forecast

Mainly fine, cloud returning tonight. Southerlies.

the temperature topped out at around 32°C (89.6°F) at my place this afternoon.....

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 11:53 pm 
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Hot summer day to end in thunderstorms, with 40°C (104°F) temps expected early in week
Last updated 15:35, January 28 2018
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Bill Taulele, 8, makes the most of a sweltering summer day in Blenheim.

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for many parts of the country just one day after weather records were smashed in Wanaka.

On Saturday, the western Otago holiday destination recorded its hottest ever day since records began in 1972, with 35.2°C (95.3°F) degrees Celsius measured at 4.15pm.

On Sunday, MetService issued a watch for Waikato, Waitomo, Taumarunui, Taupo, Taranaki and Taihape.
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Two-year-old Jack Swanney cools down with an ice cream in Pohangina, near Palmerston North.

The forecaster said the combination of another very warm, humid day and light winds had allowed clouds to build up, producing heavy showers and thunderstorms.

Between 4pm-9pm, some of those thunderstorms could be severe, with localised downpours of 20-40 mm per hour, MetService said.

"Rainfall of this intensity can cause surface and/or flash flooding, especially about low-lying areas such as streams, rivers or narrow valleys, and may also lead to slips.

"Driving conditions will also be hazardous with surface flooding and poor visibility in heavy rain."

Meanwhile, the mercury was set to skyrocket again on Monday and Tuesday.
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The fountain at Mission Bay in Auckland offers some welcome respite from the heat.

Niwa principal forecasting scientist Chris Brandolino said 40°C (104°F) was "a distinct possibility".

"Monday it's going to be hot. But Tuesday, that's when the heat is likely to be at its highest," he said.

With students slowly filing back into the classroom from this week, it remains to be seen whether they will be affected by soaring temperatures.

The Ministry of Education is currently promoting its internal air quality and thermal comfort guide with schools.

Its head of education infrastructure, Kim Shannon, said it recommends indoor temperatures be maintained at 18°-25°C (64.4°-77°F)

But Shannon said it was not always possible to keep classrooms within that range.

"The decision to remain open or to close a school due to weather is for the board of trustees and we are here to support them as needed," she said.

Shannon said parents should contact their child's school if they were concerned about the heat.

On Sunday, MetService said the heat had been "well above average" for most parts of the country.

"Already this month we have had a few records being broken for hottest temperatures and this heat is set to continue into the working week."

Metservice said most of New Zealand would see more blue skies on Sunday, with temperatures expected to range from the mid-20s upwards.

At midday, Hunua in rural south Auckland was the hottest place in the country, with 28.6C (83.4°F) recorded.

Hamilton, Palmerston North and Masterton were all expected to see 30C (86°F) highs later in the day.

Upper Hutt man Chris Stuart said the thermometer outside his home was reading 34C (93.2°F) just before 1pm.

"It's just extremely hot, and it's the humidity as the day progresses – you just constantly feel soaked."

Stuart, from the United Kingdom, said he was not used to the hot weather and had turned to extreme measures to keep cool: "I'm driving around in the car with the air conditioning on."

MetService said its forecast maximum temperatures were often different to those people saw on their personal thermometers, as its weather stations recorded the temperature out of direct sunlight and with ample ventilation.

Thermometers placed near buildings, trees and other objects could also show higher temperatures due to heat radiation.

"So, when your thermometer tells you the temperature is much higher than the MetService forecast, consider a few things. Has your car been sitting in direct sunlight? Is your thermometer inside in a stuffy room?

"Whilst it will feel that hot there and then, this is not the ambient air temperature of the environment outside."

- Stuff

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/100957 ... ly-in-week

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99.9% of the snow is gone.
Temps higher than average.
C'mon February!

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things are heating up nicely in paradise with record breaking temperatures being reported throughout the land.....

Now: 21°C (69.8°F)

Max: 25°C (77.0°F)

Min: 17°C (62.6°F)

Wind: 22 km/hr. (13 mph)

Rain Today: 0.0

Humidity: 85%

Updated: January the 27th 16:07





Today's Forecast

Mainly fine, cloud returning tonight. Southerlies.

the temperature topped out at around 32°C (89.6°F) at my place this afternoon.....

Blood iceblocks, frozen pillows help beat heat in Wellington

Blood iceblocks, frozen bananas and snow parties are among the novel ways animals are keeping cool at Wellington Zoo, as New Zealand endures what could be its hottest month in more than a century.

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The zoo's red pandas – which hail from the mountains of Nepal or central China – have been cooling down with regular ice, as well as sprinklers and fans in their cages, carnivore team leader Maxine Jenkins said.

"Primates get seeds and grains through their iceblocks, and we do blood iceblocks for some carnivores.

"Our lions and tigers love those."

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Because they hail from the Himalayas, red pandas must be closely monitored in temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius.

This month has been 2.72C warmer than average so far and, with more warm air on the way from Australia, we're unlikely to get much reprieve before February 1, according to National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research climate scientist Chris Brandolino.

For the city's human residents, Wellington City Council has issued a list of cheeky, somewhat unconventional, tips on keeping cool.

One was to put pillow cases in the freezer half an hour before going to bed.

"If there's enough room, shove the whole pillow in. Seriously. When your head is cool, it tricks the rest of the body into feeling cool too."

Another – which the council admitted might be a stretch – was that Wellingtonians should "banish your black wardrobe".

"This applies to Hutt Valley bogans and Beastwars fans too," said the statement, which spokesman Richard MacLean said had been pulled together by several staff.

Jumping into Cook Strait at some of the city's southernmost bays, or taking a midday dip in the harbour, were also on the list.

"The normally chilly strait is warmer than normal, and it's beckoning.

"There can't be too many capital cities that can boast a harbour you can swim in without contracting some disgusting lurgy."

Coffee over ice, shouting co-workers icecream sandwiches, "freeing the feet", and retreating to the shade of the trees were also recommended.

"Jandals have never been more du jour.

"Bureaucrats – this doesn't give you licence to break out the walkshorts, socks and sandals, though. There is a limit."

Brandolino gave some more strait-laced advice on keeping cool, and making sure pets and children were safe.

"Don't leave pets and children in the car for any length of time."

Dogs lost heat out of their mouths, through panting, so they were susceptible to humidity.

"Any warm-blooded creature is going to feel the humidity," Brandolino said.

The New Zealand Vet Association's chief medical officer Helen Beattie said dog-owners should be careful of their pet's paws on hot pavement.

"If your dog doesn't enjoy swimming, don't take them to the beach, because then they're literally just baking on the sand."

Livestock should also have access to adequate shelter, including shade.

Bacteria could spread more easily in summer, particularly as more people took pets out into public places, and Beattie reminded people to check their pets' vaccinations were up to date.

Karori GP Jeff Lowe said he had seen a few patients who had been "a bit dehydrated".

Elderly people and children were particularly vulnerable in extreme temperatures.

"When you are older, and if you are on medication, your ability to adapt to extreme conditions is reduced because your physiological reserves are not as good."

Larry Jordan, of Whitby Doctors, warned against cooling down with after-work beers.

"Keep hydrated, avoid caffeine and alcohol," he said.

"At night, maybe take a bath or shower to bring your core temperature down."

HOTTEST JANUARY YET

A mean temperature of 19.85C has been recorded across Niwa's seven stations in Auckland, Masterton, Wellington, Hokitika, Nelson, Lincoln and Dunedin to January 23.

That's 2.72C higher than average – and a fraction higher than the mean temperature in our next hottest month, February 1998.

December 1934 was the greatest departure from average, when temperatures were 2.67C hotter than normal.

"No matter how you splice it, it looks like it's going to be the warmest month on record," Brandolino said.

Next week it would get even warmer across most parts of the country. "We'll get a bit of a reprieve tomorrow, and then the height of it is coming Monday and Tuesday."

Parts of the South Island are expected to hit the mid-upper 30C range.

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99.9% of the snow is gone.
Temps higher than average.
C'mon February!


Not any more !

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Cheers Davo'


As We Speak: 28°C (82.4°F)

Max: 28°C (82.4°F)

Min: 20°C (68.0°F)

Wind: 20 km/hr. (12.4mph)

Rain Today: 0.0

Humidity: 46%

Clothing: 0.0

Updated: January 29th. 22:01.

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Milton Bradley wrote:
99.9% of the snow is gone.
Temps higher than average.
C'mon February!


Not any more !

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Ha! Strike that! Reverse it. The snow is back.
We had too much of a good thing, Trip.

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Yesterday in paradise our fantastic summer was in full swing, we had record breaking temperatures throughout the land, an official drought was declared on parts of the West Coast of the South Island.....

Today most of NZ got smashed by the arse end of tropical cyclone Fehi, which in conjunction with a king tide (super blue blood moon related) caused sea surges, high winds, flash flooding, evacuations and power outages in many coastal areas.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/101144 ... west-coast

https://www.stuff.co.nz/southland-times ... -collapses

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/101106 ... -punakaiki

https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/ ... uth-island

Wellington got the high winds, a couple of windows blown out, flights and ferrys delayed, wild weather no doubt, but nothing too serious.

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this bright spark thought a swim wasn't out of the question.....

https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/n ... conditions


Now: 15°C (59.0°F)

Max: 21°C (69.8°F)

Min: 14°C (57.2°F)

Latest reading

Wind: 41 km/hr. (25.4 mph)

Rain Today: 0.2

Humidity: 86%

Updated: 02/02 23:35

Today's Forecast

Rain easing to a few showers this evening. Strong southerlies.

Saturday's Forecast

Partly cloudy, with chance morning shower in the city. Strong south westerlies, easing in the afternoon

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normal service has resumed in paradise

Now: 18°C (64.4°F)

Max: 22°C (71.6°F)

Min: 13°C (55.4°F)

Latest reading

Wind: 32 km/hr. (19 and a bit mph)

Rain Today: 0.0

Humidity: 70%

Updated: February the 6th: 16:30

Today's Forecast: Cloudy periods. Strong southerlies easing evening.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:36 am 
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We're still cooking in paradise, we may be about to get hit with the remnants of cyclone Gita which has just finished blasting Tonga Fiji and Samoa.....

Now: 23°C (73.4°F)

Max: 24°C (75.2°F)

Min: 19°C (66.2°F)

Latest reading

Wind: 37 km/hr. (22 mph)

Rain Today: 0.0

Humidity: 73%

Updated: February the 17th, 20:59

Today's Forecast

Cloudy periods, but odd shower north of the city. Strong northerlies, easing this evening.

Sunday's Forecast

Partly cloudy, a few morning showers, mainly in the north. Northerlies.

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Cold(for SoCal) storm is here. It started with some hail.

High 55 deg F
Low 41 deg F

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Keep warm Daveo

parts of NZ got well and truly whacked by the arse end of cyclone Gita, mega rain falls, huge seas and storm surges and gale force winds. The results were land slips in the South Island blocking a few major roads and trapping hundreds of tourists in remote areas as well as cutting off a few towns. Locally there was about a Months worth of rain in a couple of hours which caused some light flooding, and a coastal section of state highway one was washed away by the surging seas.
While all this was going on I was driving down through the center of the North island and the weather was beautiful throughout the eightish hour journey, the wind was a little gusty in places but that was about it. I could see storms off in the distance, but didn't travel through anywhere that had been hit, until about twenty k's from home where there was a diversion around the washed out highway. The detour route was awesome, I made better time than if I had been able to stay on the highway.


Now: 18°C (64.4°F)

Max: 23°C (73.4°F)

Min: 17°C (62.6°F)

Latest reading

Wind: 13 km/hr. (8mph)

Rain Today: 6.0

Humidity: 87%

Updated: February the 28th 08:10pm

Today's Forecast

Rain clearing afternoon, some fine breaks this evening. Light winds.

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We're havin' one of these.

(I live near New London, under the 9 in 69mph, lol, we'll miss hurricane force by 5mph :) ).

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More rain for SoCal.

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Keep warm lads and Bonny


Paradise is seemingly settling down into post summer temperatures, but you never can tell.....

As I write this, it's already a good 25°C (77°F) out on the deck and the wildlife is going crazy

Around About Now According to the Man: 19°C (66.2°F)

Max: 24°C (75.2°F)

Min: 16°C (60.8°F)

Wind: 11 km/hr. (6.8mph)

Clothing: 50%

Rain Today: 0.0

Humidity: 88%

Updated: March the 3rd, 10:10am

Today's Forecast

A fine day apart from some morning cloud. Light winds.

Sunday's Forecast: Fine. Northerly breezes.

Sunday - Max:23 (73.4°F) - Min:17 (62.6°F)

Monday - Max:24 (75.2°F) - Min:16 (60.8°F)

Tuesday - Max:20 (68.0°F) - Min:15 (59.0°F)

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Last morning in our centerville-type of city and a few hours later near the peak of our postcardy-type of mountain:
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