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Intense - "High Impact Weather Event" Underway - AUSTRALIA

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December 1, 2017: THE Bureau of Meteorology has warned of a weather conditions that could threaten lives as Australia’s south east stares down what is being dubbed a “vast, intense, high impact weather event

http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/mel.

 

Prayers and safety to all effected!

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29 minutes ago, COBO Member said:

Heh heh...grille guards for vehicles of all sizes. Big business down in Oz

:gsbrnint:

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6 minutes ago, RhetoricalRebel said:

Getting "404 Page Not Found" on the link.

 

But Accuweather in Australia is showing a hurricane like formation that's over Tasmania right now and issuing warnings for south east AU.

https://www.accuweather.com/en/au/australia-weather

I here these are selling like hotcakes in Tasmania.

 

TazUmbrella.jpg

I still have a sweatshirt I bought in Perth with Fat Freddy's Cat on it. Any old (as dirt) "Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" fans here? They'll understand.

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5 minutes ago, LuckyBolt said:

God really is bringing a Thunder to the Down Under.

This is for all the ladies...

 

Had to put the fan on for this...................:hide2::oops::popcorneat:

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Is it over livable australia or immigrantified areas? 

This sort of thing wouldn't faze aussies much, they are tough, "team-y" and happy natured in real stuff. People that aren't generationally from there might be wowed....

Each of these events can show us how to prepare better for the next one, because its been obvious they are larger and more intense and supposedly, will increase more. 

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8 minutes ago, Curenado said:

Each of these events can show us how to prepare better for the next one, because its been obvious they are larger and more intense and supposedly, will increase more. 

Just like Apache54, I envy your living in that part of the country for the visuals. There's absolutely nothing like a sunrise in the WSW deserts. 

Both in Alaska and Albuquerque have I been fortunate, IMHO, to see storm cells form then dissapate from huge distances.

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7 hours ago, Zimix99 said:

save the roo's!

You'd run out of storage spots for them, they are the one species that has not only survived but thrived since the advent of agriculture. 

As for extreme weather, try the 1850's with the severe droughts and high temperatures...nothing unusual.

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‘Unprecedented’: At least three states drenched as wild weather continues

A MASERATI driver unintentionally destroyed the luxury sports car after attempting to drive through a flooded underpass in Melbourne’s inner west last night.

Despite criticism of the ominous warnings in Melbourne, heavy rain hit the city on Saturday evening causing flash floods and hundreds of calls to emergency services.

There were more than 1300 call outs to the emergency services overall with 133 received by the control centre in just an hour from 5.30pm.

The storm front hit the state on Friday, with the northeast the worst affected as Euroa, Myrtleford and the Buckland Valley faced severe flooding.

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http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/residents-evacuated-as-massive-storms-hit-victoria/news-story/6ede9351645ab838cc4fc98f6f74c1fe

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