Tyrone Posted March 6, 2010 Author Report Share Posted March 6, 2010 You missed a missile there Michael. Phew. How full are your tanks now? I think more is on the way from north too. Lookout Tassie. Best regards Tyrone Hi - didnt get a heap of rain here compared to other areas (seem to be saying that a lot )...but meant to be sizeable falls tomorrow... here's hoping. Tanks are about 30% full. Just thankful I didn't get smashed by that killer hail..... plenty of broken windscreens in the city. That would have shredded my garden in 5 minutes. Don't even think about it. You dodged an armour piercing bullet. Hopefully you'll get more rain without the crazy weather that comes with it. Normally the first bit is the most damaging in weather situations like this. Let's hope it has passed. Not much you can do for hail like that. Just run for cover with your hands covering your head. I'll be watching the Melbourne radar closely. Have a look at the animation radar here with lightening strike info. http://www.weatherzone.com.au/radar.jsp?lt=wzstate&lc=vic&ane=1&anf=1&and=1&ana=7&anb=333&anc=3&lya=1&lyk=1&lye=1&lyf=1 Best regards Tyrone Millbrook, "Kinjarling" Noongar word meaning "Place of Rain", Rainbow Coast, Western Australia 35S. Warm temperate. Csb Koeppen Climate classification. Cool nights all year round. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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