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Old 09-06-2013, 11:37 AM
 
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Oh my god, goodbye life





"Only" 28C here according to this map but most of the continent can hit 35C
OMG!

it goes down to BA.


Hate this! we are just in september, come on weather! Behave!


I love how Mar del Plata remains cold according to that map. Those bastards live in their own winterland!
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:45 PM
 
Location: North West Northern Ireland.
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^^^ weather underground is generally wrong. Use your official met website for forecasts.


Back to the usual overcast and cold dross. Only 15C the high so far at 3pm, won't get anywhere near the forecast 19C. No hope of anything even remotely spring-like in the forecast. Nothing but showers, cloud and southerly winds. Meanwhile Sydney is to get a 24-29C temps for the whole forecast

Ofcourse for us, the last week of warmth was nothing but a blip on the radar. WINTER ROLLS ON mad:
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Old 09-06-2013, 03:53 PM
 
Location: Casca - Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
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Forecasts from AccuWather, the highs in this next heat wave in the biggest cities of the Southern Cone.

Asuncin (Paraguay): 36C (record for September: 39.6C)
Crdoba (Argentina): 34C (record: 38.2C)
Porto Alegre (Brazil): 32C (record: 36C)
Montevideo (Uruguay): 30C (record: 30.6C)
Buenos Aires (Argentina): 29C (record: 34C)
So Paulo (Brazil): 28C (record: 37.4C)
Santiago (Chile): 27C (record: 32.4C)

Today's high was 22.9C here.
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:18 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires and La Plata, ARG
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The dry pattern is already gonne. more Heat+Humidity= severe thunderstorms upcoming.

Look at the last BA GFS forecast:



My God i don't want to live another inundation in the same year
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:53 PM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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31C in Sydney but what the **** else is new : mad: Hope to god they get a crappy cloudy and cool summer, they deserve it after this record warm and sunny winter
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:41 PM
 
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31C in Sydney but what the **** else is new : mad: Hope to god they get a crappy cloudy and cool summer, they deserve it after this record warm and sunny winter
Damn, they beat Perf () out. Perth Forecast 22C highs but rain in the forecast
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Old 09-07-2013, 12:14 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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wow the temp just took a dive from 20C earlier to a pissly cold 13C now at 3pm. Classic, just ****en classic. Add 10 degrees and it'll be the textbook 3-4 times weekly summer cold front.

Melbourne 3pm: 13.5C overcast drizzle
Sydney 3pm: 31C sunshine suck my fat hairy ****
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Old 09-07-2013, 01:18 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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forecast 3temps downgraded once again, back to mid-july.

Atleast Syndmey had a substatintial donwgrade as well for once


and the BOM predicts a cold and wet spring..... IT IS GOING TO HAPPPEM AT THIS RATE

Australian temperature outlook

http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/ahead/rain_ahead.shtml

NOTICE THE HIGHEST CHANCE OF COLD AND HIGFHEST CHANCE OF ABOVE AVERAGE RAIN CENTERED ON ALREADY COLD AND RAINY MELBOURNE

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Old 09-07-2013, 01:31 AM
 
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forecast 3temps downgraded once again, back to mid-july.

Atleast Syndmey had a substatintial donwgrade as well for once


and the BOM predicts a cold and wet spring..... IT IS GOING TO HAPPPEM AT THIS RATE

Australian temperature outlook

Australian rainfall outlook

NOTICE THE HIGHEST CHANCE OF COLD AND HIGFHEST CHANCE OF ABOVE AVERAGE RAIN CENTERED ON ALREADY COLD AND RAINY MELBOURNE
LOL!!!!!! I noticed that, too! That is just as bad as when Europe is stuck under high pressure, except merry England which has a stubborn low pressure cell centered above it and nowhere else, lol! Love how everywhere, even Tassy, is gonna have above average temps, except for southern Vic Also find it hilarious that the max temp in Melbourne frequently fails to reach the forecast max, often by several degrees. Melbourne, the Pittsburgh of Australia . Pittsburgh didn't have a single sunny day all winter this year, definitely sounds like Melbourne, too

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Old 09-07-2013, 01:45 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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LOL!!!!!! I noticed that, too! That is just as bad as when Europe is stuck under high pressure, except merry England which has a stubborn low pressure cell centered above it and nowhere else, lol! Love how everywhere, even Tassy, is gonna have above average temps, except for southern Vic Also find it hilarious that the max temp in Melbourne frequently fails to reach the forecast max, often by several degrees. Melbourne, the Pittsburgh of Australia
It is also the Seattle of Australia, the British Isles of Australia, the Mar Del Plata of Australia, the Yellowknife of Australia, the Barrow of Australia, the Fuxton of Australia, the Shetland Islands of Australia, the Invercargill of Australia and the Vostok Station of Australia.

Not only are winters here longer and colder than any other city in Australia, but summers are also shorter and colder than any other city in Australia. And lets not forget, the near lack of storms, and the usual running gag where storms die in the ass without fail as soon as they reach the metro area. Incidentally, locations in the Tasman sea and Great Australian bight at the same goddamn latitude seem to get a vastly greater occurrence of storms. Figure that one out.

Melbourne either fails to hit the forecast by several degrees (while anywhere 50km north and certainly Adelaide and Sydney exceed their already much warmer forecasts by several degrees) or it blows past the forecast.
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