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Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast

 
Anonymous Coward
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06/24/2013 02:45 AM
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Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast
Watched it for the past two and a half hours and it has not moved. Stranger still, it is centered about a weather radar near Canberra.

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Anonymous Coward
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06/24/2013 02:52 AM
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Re: Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast
that is stranged, barely moves.

thanks for posting.
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06/24/2013 02:54 AM

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Re: Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast
bump
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06/24/2013 02:55 AM
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Re: Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast
that is stranged, barely moves.

thanks for posting.
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Nothing quite beats barely moving potential DOOM!!

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06/24/2013 03:12 AM
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Re: Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast
quite common actually, and i have only been in this area for four and a half years.

the storm cell east to west will dissipate as it reaches the higher elevations. its still raining up here, but its a much finer mist that does not show on the radar.

if the eastern coast storm packed more punch the line would extend further west.
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Re: Weird weather anomoly - Australian SE coast
quite common actually, and i have only been in this area for four and a half years.

the storm cell east to west will dissipate as it reaches the higher elevations. its still raining up here, but its a much finer mist that does not show on the radar.

if the eastern coast storm packed more punch the line would extend further west.
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I have lived here twenty five years and not seen one like this before. Still stationary, that is over three hours now.

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