Cyclone Season

Ita

Fishermen eh, what are they like? I’ll get to that in a minute. If you read Friday’s post called Cyclone Ita Heading for Cooktown, FNQ you would have heard about a cyclone called Ita which was heading for Cooktown in Far North Queensland. Yes, the title kind of nailed it. So, what happened? Cyclone Ita [...]

earthquakes

Well, I haven’t mentioned that nasty word beginning with F, flooding that is, for some time. That’s because the heavy rains eased up a long time ago and by and large, the weather is back to normal. And as we are now well into autumn, cyclone season is over for another year. And for the [...]

ship

We wanted to go out for the day on Saturday, but we didn’t want to go far. So we did and we didn’t. We went to Hamilton, a suburb very close to the city and probably the most expensive area for property in all of Brisbane. Well, it is by the river. First we took [...]

Cyclone Ului

But is there a sting in the tail? I did say back in January that we were heading into cyclone season here in Australia. It was predicted then that we may have three or four serious tropical cyclones here in Queensland with a significant danger that one or more may cross over to the mainland, [...]

twister

Last week I did the best I could to explain humidity and I also showed you where humidity goes when it gets a full. I appreciate I may not be using the correct meteorological terms here, but the end result is the same. Stage one: become hot and sweaty. Stage two: buckets of rain. If [...]