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Old 03-25-2012, 04:52 AM
 
Location: Paris
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^^ Wow, interesting weather for sure. Thursday would be a glorious day, with the spring sun over fresh snow, making bright and beautiful landscapes.



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Your climate makes Terror Valley look like Sydney
For sissies it ain't.
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Old 03-25-2012, 04:29 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Special Climate Statement from the Antarcanadian Bureau of Climate and Weather

'Hot Sunday' smashes records across New Oregon

In Emerald City, bikinis and boardies were Costume de rigueur as temperatures soared into the mid 30's. The city centre recorded a maximum of 35.3C on Sunday, a full 1C higher than the previous record for March and 20C above average for the date. What's even more remarkable is that the heat occurred in the latter half of the month. It was even hotter at the Airport, where the urban heat island from all that tarmac helped the temperature reach 36.4C, breaking the previous March record by 1.5C.

The largest departures from average occurred on the far south coast. Cheese Valley* hit a whopping 37.1C, 25C above average for the date.

The extreme heat is set to fade on Monday, as southerly winds establish themselves with a strong cold front. The front may produce severe thunderstorms- hail, damaging winds and even tornadoes are possible on Monday afternoon.

*NB 'Cheese Valley' is the equivalent of Bega, NSW.

Weather Forecast for Emerald City

Monday 26th March:
Warm and partly cloudy at first before a squally SW change in the afternoon. Scattered showers and thunderstorms with the change, possibly severe. Temperatures falling rapidly in the afternoon, with possible snow showers on higher ground in the evening.
Min: 20, Max: 29

Tuesday 27th March:
Scattered showers, falling as snow above 100 m during the morning, rising to 500 m later. Cold. Moderate to fresh S-SW winds.
Min: 1, Max: 7

Wednesday 28th March:
Scattered showers, falling as snow above 300 m during the morning, rising to 800 m later. Cool. Moderate S'ly winds, easing later.
Min: 3, Max: 9

Thursday 29th March:
Isolated showers in the morning, falling as snow above 500 m then clearing later, but remaining cloudy. Light-moderate S-SE winds.
Min: 5, Max: 11

Friday 30th March:
Fine though partly cloudy. Fog patches in the morning. Light and variable winds.
Min: 2, Max: 14

Saturday 31st March:
Fine, mostly sunny. Fog and frost patches in the morning. Light and variable winds.
Min: -1, Max: 15

Sunday 1st April:
The Bureau will strike on this day due to an invasion of monkeys. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.

Weekly Summary
High temp: 35.3
Low temp: 4.1
Rainfall: 3 mm

Antarcanadian Bureau of Climate and Weather, Department of Science and Witchcraft, 2012.
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Old 03-25-2012, 09:10 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Detailed Severe Thunderstorm Warning for damaging winds, flash flooding, hail and tornadoes:

Severe thunderstorms are currently occurring in Emerald City. They are expected to affect Beatletown* and the Airport by 2:30 PM, Duzzenmatta* and the CBD by 2:50 PM, and Kings Rise* and Gurly* by 3:00 PM. An F4 tornado with accompanying cricket ball sized hail and flash flooding were recorded at Southerland* earlier. Further tornadoes may spawn without warning.

Advice:
* Take shelter immediately
* If on the road, pull over and find cover immediately
* Please listen to official updates through a transistor radio. All radio stations are on emergency broadcast programming.
* After the storm, stay away from downed power lines and other debris. The SAFES (Storm And Flood Emergency Service) and emergency authorities have priority access to assist in recovery.

NB: Beatletown= Liverpool, Duzzenmatta= Parramatta, Kings Rise= Castle Hill, Gurly= Manly, Southerland= Sutherland.
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Old 03-26-2012, 01:40 PM
 
Location: Singapore
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Thursday: 24/17 - Light snow up to one inch, breezy (10 mph NW)
Friday: 22/10 - Sunny, breezy (10 mph NW)
Saturday: 21/8 - Sunny, breezy (10 mph NW)
Sunday: 16/-2 - Sunny, windy (35 mph NW, gusting to 50 mph)
Monday: 24/10 - Heavy snow in the morning up to eight inches, clearing later in the day, light winds
Tuesday: 18/5 - Sunny, breezy (15 mph N)
Wednesday: 21/15 - Clear and breezy in morning followed by heavy afternoon snow
Forecast for Candleville (43N, 110' asl)

Finally, after a wetter than normal Winter, Candleville sees some Spring-like weather with highs in the mid 40s and quite a bit of sun. Springs are relatively dry compared to Summer.

Monday: 27/12 - Heavy snow in the morning up to eight inches, clear later, light winds
Tuesday: 19/2 - Sunny and breezy
Wednesday: 29/20 - Light snow up to two inches
Thursday: 37/22 - Sunny and breezy
Friday: 36/22 - Sunny and breezy
Saturday: 44/27 - Sunny and breezy
Sunday: 46/29 - Sunny and breezy
Monday: 44/28 - Sunny and breezy
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Old 03-26-2012, 06:38 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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"Wrath of God" storms bring Emerald City to its knees

Prime Minister Gillyweed pledged $500 million in Federal disaster relief aid this morning after severe thunderstorms, bringing destructive tornadoes, hail and flash flooding, wreaked havoc in Emerald City yesterday.

"This is the wrath of God Himself", PM Gillyweed remarked, as she surveyed one of the worst hit areas in the citys south. An F4 tornado cut a path through the southern suburbs from Lotus to Hove-Le-Sands, leaving 5000 people homeless. Relief efforts have been hampered by continued strong winds, rain and snow showers.

Elsewhere in the city, hail "the size of grapefruit" made light work of motor vehicles and roofs. A smaller but no less terrifying F2 tornado made landfall near Seefourth on the northern beaches, damaging an estimated 400 homes. All across the city, downed trees and powerlines were the calling cards of a city besieged by Mother Nature. Damage from these thunderstorms is expected to run into the billions of dollars, making it one of the most costliest natural disasters in Antarcanadian history.

Power is expected to remain off for days. "The city is effectively crippled" explained Lord Mayor Plover Moor. "We advise everyone to postpone travel to Emerald City unless absolutely necessary." Remarkably, there have been no reported deaths, though "The clean up is expected to take days, weeks even, and we stress that not everyone is accounted for", according to SAFES spokeperson Catriona Beechworthington.

Those concerned for the welfare of loved ones in Emerald City should contact SAFES emergency line or visit the website: wwv.safes.no.gov.aa .

The weather is expected to ease later today assisting all involved in the recovery effort.
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Old 03-26-2012, 07:48 PM
 
Location: London, UK
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Luxwan Weather Authority - 7-day forecast

Outlook : Very classic conditions on Tuesday. A very warm maritime airstream is expected to reach the area on Wednesday, leading to increasingly hot conditions and eventually to a violent thunderstorm on March 30. After that, the weather is expected to be cooler but abundantly sunny.

March 27 : 22/28C - Sunny and dry.
March 28 : 25/29C - Hazy. Bright.
March 29 : 28/31C - Partly cloudy. Very warm. Humid.
March 30 : 26/33C - Fair and warm in the morning. Hot in the afternoon. Gradually overcast. Strong thundery development expected.
March 31 : 20/26C - Much cooler. Sunny, bright blue skies. Light breezes.
April 1 : 20/30C - Sunny. Dry with light breezes.
April 2 : 21/29C - Sunny. A few cloud but bright. More humid.
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:15 PM
 
Location: Buxton, England
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Tymber City, East Carven, South Fakadamia Weather Forecast
Valid 28th March - 2nd April 2012


Outlook: Some significant heat to be expected early on, then cooling slightly with some thundery outbreaks. Temperatures may be up to 38C/101F in some areas on thursday, so take precautions in this hot weather.

28/03
Mostly cloudy AM. Humid, scattered clouds PM, hot. A slight breeze. Clear into the evening, and becoming much cooler.
Hi: 34C / 93F
Lo: 27C / 81F

29/03
A cooler night. Clear AM, becoming very hot PM. This heat will trigger off some heavy widespread thundery showers in the area.
Hi: 37C / 99F
Lo: 20C / 68F

30/03
Mostly cloudy, very muggy and warm, with no wind.
Hi: 31C / 88F
Lo: 25C / 77F

31/03
Scattered clouds, warmer.
Hi: 35C / 95F
Lo: 23C / 73F

01/04
Few clouds AM. Warm again with thundery shower outbreaks PM.
Hi: 31C / 88F
Lo: 20C / 68F

02/04
Few clouds.
Hi: 32C / 90F
Lo: 21C / 70F
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:27 PM
 
Location: Yorkshire, England
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"Wrath of God" storms bring Emerald City to its knees

Prime Minister Gillyweed pledged $500 million in Federal disaster relief aid this morning after severe thunderstorms, bringing destructive tornadoes, hail and flash flooding, wreaked havoc in Emerald City yesterday.

"This is the wrath of God Himself", PM Gillyweed remarked, as she surveyed one of the worst hit areas in the citys south. An F4 tornado cut a path through the southern suburbs from Lotus to Hove-Le-Sands, leaving 5000 people homeless. Relief efforts have been hampered by continued strong winds, rain and snow showers.

Elsewhere in the city, hail "the size of grapefruit" made light work of motor vehicles and roofs. A smaller but no less terrifying F2 tornado made landfall near Seefourth on the northern beaches, damaging an estimated 400 homes. All across the city, downed trees and powerlines were the calling cards of a city besieged by Mother Nature. Damage from these thunderstorms is expected to run into the billions of dollars, making it one of the most costliest natural disasters in Antarcanadian history.

Power is expected to remain off for days. "The city is effectively crippled" explained Lord Mayor Plover Moor. "We advise everyone to postpone travel to Emerald City unless absolutely necessary." Remarkably, there have been no reported deaths, though "The clean up is expected to take days, weeks even, and we stress that not everyone is accounted for", according to SAFES spokeperson Catriona Beechworthington.

Those concerned for the welfare of loved ones in Emerald City should contact SAFES emergency line or visit the website: wwv.safes.no.gov.aa .

The weather is expected to ease later today assisting all involved in the recovery effort.
Lol I love some of your place/people names!
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Old 03-29-2012, 05:57 AM
 
Location: Paris
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A high stubbornly stays a few hundred kilometers to the east, bringing sunny conditions and a weak southerly flow. Thanks to that, temps will rise by about 20C during the course of the week, gradually approaching the freezing mark in the afternoon.

March 30: -19/-58C (-2/-72F) Calm and sunny. Extreme cold.
March 31: -15/-50C (5/-58F) Light south wind, sunny. Warmer. Extreme cold.
April 1: -12/-47C (10/-53F). Light south wind, sunny.
April 2: -13/-45C (9/-49F). Fair.
April 3: -10/-40C (14/-40F). Light south wind, sunny.
April 4: -5/-39C (23/-38F). Calm and sunny.
April 5: -2/-35C (28/-31F). Calm and sunny.
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:13 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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A high stubbornly stays a few hundred kilometers to the east, bringing sunny conditions and a weak southerly flow. Thanks to that, temps will rise by about 20C during the course of the week, gradually approaching the freezing mark in the afternoon.

March 30: -19/-58C (-2/-72F) Calm and sunny. Extreme cold.
March 31: -15/-50C (5/-58F) Light south wind, sunny. Warmer. Extreme cold.
April 1: -12/-47C (10/-53F). Light south wind, sunny.
April 2: -13/-45C (9/-49F). Fair.
April 3: -10/-40C (14/-40F). Light south wind, sunny.
April 4: -5/-39C (23/-38F). Calm and sunny.
April 5: -2/-35C (28/-31F). Calm and sunny.
Wow, those are impressive diurnal ranges.
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