Jump to content
Snow?
Local
Radar
Cold?
IGNORED

Australia early spring 2007


Recommended Posts

Posted
  • Location: Ballina, Australia
  • Location: Ballina, Australia

Oh here we go again! Early spring is on again for 2007!

Here the quote from weatherzone:

Sturt's Desert Pea flowering early

Friday June 22, 2007 - 14:13 EST

Good rainfall in South Australia is proving to be a benefit for more than just the winter crop season; Sturt's Desert Pea is flowering earlier than usual.

It has been in full bloom on parts of upper Eyre Peninsula.

Sandy Morris of Yardea Station says it is a particularly early flowering.

"You'd normally expect to see them in the spring but a good autumn rain like we had certainly got them going," he said.

"I think the ones that are around now are left over from that rain."

- ABC

© ABC 2007

Anyways i think it would be similar to last year's early spring but the birds starting to nesting now! Arghhh!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Posted
  • Location: Ballina, Australia
  • Location: Ballina, Australia

By BoM seasonal outlooks.

The rainfall are mainly 50:50 above average most of Australia expect the mid western Australia.

The temperatures in next three months will be above average than normal.

Weather for Ballina by average and predicted by the forecast outlook map by BoM. The temperature max and min will be 65% warmer than average.

July:

19.9 - 8.6

19.9 times 15% above average= 2.985

So the average max for July may be 22.9C

8.6 times 15% above average= 1.29

So the average min for July may be 10C

August:

21.0 - 8.7

21 times 15% above average= 3.15

So the average max for August may be 24.2C

8.7 times 15% above average= 1.305

So the average min for August may be 11.0C

September:

23.4 - 11.2

23.4 times 15% above average= 3.51

So the average max for September may be 27.0C

11.2 times 15% above average= 1.68

So the average min for September may be 13.0C

This would be a early spring for Ballina this year for again.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
×
×
  • Create New...