It has rained. Not everywhere, but in many places across this dry and dusty continent. In some places, they've gone from drought-dry, fire-scorched landscape to flooded. It's a rain event to provide much hope across at least parts of Eastern Australia. Here, in my home town, it has rained. Not nearly enough to break the … Continue reading It Rained – on Both Sides of the Continent!
Cyclone Debbie is bearing down on the north Queensland coast as I type. It's a funny feeling. We lived in one of the most cyclone prone areas of the world (Pilbara region in WA) for many years, but have now lived in NSW for the last fifteen years. It's sort of weird, because now our … Continue reading Storms of Future Past
Today is the hottest day this Spring so far. According to the internet, it hit 39 degrees (celcius) about 25km away. We're usually just a little hotter, so I'm guessing that we may have been about 40 degrees here. And it's only October. We've done hot. For years we lived in the Pilbara Region of … Continue reading Weather