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An end to the big dry?

By johnboy 31 March 2009 27

Is that soft soaking rain I’m seeing out my window?

I’d forgotten what it looked like!

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Pommy bastard 4:23 pm 01 Apr 09

I’ve been watching the miraculous “Canberra Phenomena” on the BOM radar website.

Rain forming and developing approaching Canberra, then mysteriously evaporating as it draws close…

OzPhoenix 3:52 pm 01 Apr 09

There was rain yesterday? I’m trying to remember if I saw it, and i think I might, but I really don’t remember it. hmmm, must’ve been minimal. Noting some drizzle today though – even enough that I could feel the moisture through my suit pants by the time I walked from Belconnen Mall to Benjamin Offices.

Pommy bastard 8:14 am 01 Apr 09

Touch of light drizzle here at the moment..

ant 11:39 pm 31 Mar 09

Today’s rain was just a misty cloud that had got detached from the main event.

Some of that (the main event) is already reaching here, my deck is wet and I can hear dripping on the roof. That should increase tonight as the big coastal system reaches us. Should be wet tomrrow.

In fact the rain has just increased here… and will continue to do so throughout the night.

bd84 11:12 pm 31 Mar 09

Lasted a whole 10 minutes. Though it was the first time I remember having to use the windscreen wipers on my new car for rain. I’ve had it more than 6 months.

Rabble 10:53 pm 31 Mar 09

Love this site – a weather thread.

Skinny winter for cows and sheep – rain would be fantastic.

Todays rain was definitely nothing to get naked over.

Granny 9:43 pm 31 Mar 09

It was nice, but not worth streaking for.

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