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Autumn(Fall) in the south, Spring in the north


Tyrone

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Not like the good old days when any caravan that ventured up the road to Darwin would end up in pieces all over the NT!

Daryl

Gold Coast, Queensland Latitude 28S. Mild, Humid Subtropical climate. Rainfall - not consistent enough!

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That is an interesting migration. I had not thought about that. It is sort of like the snowbirds of South Florida. There it is a mix of Americans from the north and French Canadians. Here in Brazil there is a summer migration of Argentines to Southern Brazil, mostly Santa Catarina.

The cold is in Brazil as well. Well, not here, it never gets cold. But, I watch it on the news. The lows are below freezing in some mountain areas. And, the southern cities are quite cool. Here we are about to go into the equatorial summer, or the dry season. In a month the rain should have tapered off quite a bit. I hope it is not as dry as last year was.

This shows the lows forecast for today around Brazil.

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Don Kittelson

 

LIFE ON THE RIO NEGRO

03° 06' 07'' South 60° 01' 30'' West

Altitude 92 Meters / 308 feet above sea level

1,500 kms / 932 miles to the mouth of the Amazon River

 

Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil - A Cidade da Floresta

Where the world´s largest Tropical Rainforest embraces the Greatest Rivers in the World. .

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Click here to visit Amazonas

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Getting to early summer here right now and feeling good with almost 27C at the moment! :lol: Also the forecasts are not bad with temperatures above the 20C and possible thunderstorms, humid weather!

Good for growing and also the weeds... :unsure:

Southwest

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Robbin,

It is almost the same temperature here as there. Although it is 8 am instead of mid day. It will probably be around 30 C today. Sort of a cool day for these parts.

dk

The current picture from my part of the globe. The clouds directly over Manaus are clearly visible. It will probably rain at some time during the day.

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Don Kittelson

 

LIFE ON THE RIO NEGRO

03° 06' 07'' South 60° 01' 30'' West

Altitude 92 Meters / 308 feet above sea level

1,500 kms / 932 miles to the mouth of the Amazon River

 

Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil - A Cidade da Floresta

Where the world´s largest Tropical Rainforest embraces the Greatest Rivers in the World. .

82331.gif

 

Click here to visit Amazonas

amazonas2.jpg

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I was down by the river this morning. It was overcast and you could see the humidity in the air. I guess it was a left over from yesterday´s rain. My place in the country is just behind the point on the left front top of the picture.

dk

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Don Kittelson

 

LIFE ON THE RIO NEGRO

03° 06' 07'' South 60° 01' 30'' West

Altitude 92 Meters / 308 feet above sea level

1,500 kms / 932 miles to the mouth of the Amazon River

 

Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil - A Cidade da Floresta

Where the world´s largest Tropical Rainforest embraces the Greatest Rivers in the World. .

82331.gif

 

Click here to visit Amazonas

amazonas2.jpg

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Dk, that pic reminds me of Thailand. There are many high rise hotels right on the beach similar to that one.

Oceanic Climate

Annual Rainfall:1000mm

Temp Range:2c-30c

Aotearoa

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