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Broome Temperatures still below average…dropping elsewhere

Temperatures in October dropped. The Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere, and tropics have all cooled substantially, consistent with the onset of another La Nina, with the tropics now back below the 1981-2010 average. Bob Tisdale says: November 3, 2011 at 12:49 … Continue reading

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More rain to come…for 6 months at least

Weather News – Cairns sets record October rainfall http://www.weatherzone.com.au Cairns has just smashed its record for October by seeing more than its highest monthly total, in just the last 24 hours from Weatherzone. The La Nina works it’s magic. Eight … Continue reading

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Broome and the tropics…weather

Broome’s August temperatures were a bit mixed compared to long term averages. The monthly minimum was 1.2C below average at 13.7C, and 3.3C below last year’s August figure. The average maximum however was 1.5C above average at 31.7C. This probably … Continue reading

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Still not warming…SST data found here

July 2011 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly Update Posted on August 8, 2011 by Bob Tisdale INITIAL NOTE I’ve changed the coordinates used for North Atlantic SST anomalies. I had been using 0-75N, 78W-10E, but I’ve changed them to the coordinates … Continue reading

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