Certainly no sign of the hot weather up here on the Far North Coast. Only mid 20s this afternoon with quite a fresh seabreeze keeping things nice. There is a chance we may see some convection on the Dorrigo Plateau today and Wednesday, and then a bit further north on Thursday.
Early rise for me - sunrise as red as can be filtering through the bush fire smoke. Not the best news I'm afraid. Today is anticipated to be hot with dry NW winds - perfect bush fire weather unfortunately. I'll be at work today and see what evolves from there.
Another fairly mild day for mid November with the max only reaching about 25. The dew point fell away to 10 later today - certainly a sign the atmosphere has only slightly recovered from the powerful cold front last week. In fact it's really just the shallow seabreeze moisture otherwise the DP would be well below 10.
Highlight in the sky today was some tiny cumulus from the east, a thin layer of smoke from the south which was fairly high up - not sure where that is originating from, and then some cirrus from the west. Bring back the high humidity and storms thanks !