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Rain for the PILBARRA……. 30th October 2013

ACCESS G suggesting a very wet patch in the North west corner of Australia on Wednesday the 30th October 2013
T + 126 hrs
of Note is a strong kink in the sub-tropical Jetstream at 200hPa. The intense rain appears to be placed under the exit region of this Jetstream and some inflow from an upper 200hPa high from the equatorial
Some low pressure troughing across the northern Australia emerging as the deepening of the wet season emerges

30th oct 2013 rain pilbara

picture source
http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/charts/viewer/index.shtml?type=windbarb&level=200hPa&tz=AEDT&area=Au&model=CG&chartSubmit=Refresh+View

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2 comments on “Rain for the PILBARRA……. 30th October 2013

  1. Some rain already preceding this event
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    A report from weatherzone courtesy of the ABC

    Early storm blows out Broome’s monthly average rainfall
    Monday October 28, 2013 – 13:17 EDT

    Broome has received almost the average amount of rain that falls through October and November, all from the one thunderstorm.

    Nine millimetres fell in the town on Friday afternoon, in the first storm for the season.

    However, the Bureau of Meteorology says it was caused by a trough hovering in the region rather than a proper monsoon system.

    Duty forecaster Nadine Baillard says the falls have come unusually early in the town this year.

    “Our October average rainfall for Broome is 1.4mm and in November that increases to 8.9mm, so yes the 8.6mm would be higher than the usually average rainfall for October,” she said.
    © ABC 2013

    source
    http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/early-storm-blows-out-broomes-monthly-average-rainfall/25753

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