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Thread: Coping with Hot Weather

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    hehehe - it's 5 degrees here which is a heatwave by january standards...still, I can't wait to be in Melbourne next week....30....mmmmmm


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    Its not a nice 30 though, its 10.30am, and its over 30 by now, very muggy (rain coming, soon hopefully!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simone View Post
    Its not a nice 30 though, its 10.30am, and its over 30 by now, very muggy (rain coming, soon hopefully!!
    It's not muggy. Not in the grander scheme of things. I just wish DP would open windows though - he won't, so I spend time outside in the cool, and he swelters inside. Men!

    But a severe thunderstorm warning just came over the pager (SES) for this afternoon, so may cool down a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazbah View Post
    But a severe thunderstorm warning just came over the pager (SES) for this afternoon, so may cool down a bit.
    I got the same page from CFA and am looking forward to it in a way!

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    Melbourne rain is on it's way! Can't come soon enough!

    Latest radar images:
    http://mirror.bom.gov.au/products/IDR022.loop.shtml

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    I've been keeping an eye on the weather through 'The Age's' web site and it seems like they predict rain on the days????? I thought you folks were in the middle of a drought?

    As soon as we arrive, we're going to head down to Sorrento and have a week at the beach before spending time with the rello's, so I'm hoping for some lovely sunny days from the 12th to the 18th or so.

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    Adele, you'd be best to look at the bureau of meterology's website... BOM dot gov dot au

    Get your information right from the source.

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    try also weatherzone dot com dot au - another great site, and a bit more user-friendly than the BOM.

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