IT IS A LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE OF THE BRIDGE CAM, 6:19. MOONSET, 6:21. YOU HAVE SOME TIME TO SEE THAT AS IT MAKES ITS WAY TOWARDS THE HORIZON. WHEN DOES LIGHT EAST AT THREE MILES PER HOUR, STILL, DEW POINTS IN THE LOWER 40’S. THAT IS STILL A PRETTY DRY ATMOSPHERE. MUCH COOLER AIR, WITH
Hello again. Well, as we head into Easter, it will be story of two halves weather-wise across southern Australia—with a strong cold front on the way. Very warm in the east and very cold in the west. That cold front is moving up from a long way south in the Southern Ocean. Those winds are
Hello from the Bureau of Meteorology. A front will bring showers and storms to the southeast, before a wintery blast spreads through much of Australia. A strong front cold front is currently [Thursday] moving through South Australia. Winds have picked up ahead of the change, with Cape Willoughby gusting to 85 km/h earlier this morning.
Hello from the Bureau, with an update on the cold snap on the way for southeastern Australia, which will be an early taste of winter with cold, wet and windy conditions Of particular interest will be the rainfall, especially given a dry autumn. There’s now better agreement between the computer models that the heaviest rain
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Ted gets to talk about Sun for one more day yeah great looking day today if you if you love that fall weather that has a lot of sunshine in 60s and 70s and that’s what we’ve been having all week you’re gonna love today another round of this ahead of us here’s a look