Heat Wave and ex-Tropical Cyclone Dylan January 31st 2014

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Heat Wave and ex-Tropical Cyclone Dylan

Heat Wave and ex-Tropical Cyclone Dylan

It is a complete contrast in temperatures between north eastern parts of Australia and the interior of the continent as great wave conditions continue today. More heat wave conditions are expected for the next several days particularly in South Australia and bordering with Victoria and Southwestern NSW. Temperatures of about 40C will not be uncommon in this region as with other parts of the central parts of the continent.

More flooding is expected in central Queensland along the coast and in areas in central Queensland as the tropical low moves inland.

 

18 thoughts on “Heat Wave and ex-Tropical Cyclone Dylan January 31st 2014

  1. Matthew Piper

    The highest I can find is 515mm which was recorded at Clarke Range west of Mackay followed by 421mm at Mount William which is close by. The highest in the Townsville area was 140mm at Woolshed which is near where the Townsville radar is located.

  2. Matthew Piper

    The highest I can find is 515mm which was recorded at Clarke Range west of Mackay followed by 421mm at Mount William which is close by. The highest in the Townsville area was 140mm at Woolshed which is near where the Townsville radar is located.

  3. Matthew Piper

    The highest I can find is 515mm which was recorded at Clarke Range west of Mackay followed by 421mm at Mount William which is close by. The highest in the Townsville area was 140mm at Woolshed which is near where the Townsville radar is located.

  4. Matthew Piper

    The rainfalls were particularly low for a tropical cyclone, especially after the forecasts were going for so much more.

  5. Matthew Piper

    The rainfalls were particularly low for a tropical cyclone, especially after the forecasts were going for so much more.

  6. Jeff Brislane

    The BoM copped some flack off Campbell Newman over their warnings for this event and for one of the rate times i actually had to agree with the BoM that 3 hourly warnings are enough for categories 1/2 cyclones.

  7. Jeff Brislane

    The BoM copped some flack off Campbell Newman over their warnings for this event and for one of the rate times i actually had to agree with the BoM that 3 hourly warnings are enough for categories 1/2 cyclones.

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