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Re: Local Temperatures
Posted by: Michael V. McCarthy Date: December 29, 1999 at 14:40:53
In Reply to: Re: Strange happenings - UFT 2.8 - Preview by Moran, John of 11492

G'Day John,
Our December Temperatures have been in the range 23-26C(72-78F) this year. Normally we operate in the range 30-32C(88-90F) with at least one day around Christmas at 38C(100F).
So I guess the 10C below Average is really 12-15C Below Avg which equates to more like 25-28F Below Avg.
So much for global warming :-)
By the way, we have also experienced our wettest year on record, passing our annual rainfall average on 17 June 1999 so everything since then has been a bonus. Our Average Annual rainfall is 1179mm (295 inches) but this year stands at 1903mm (476 inches)with 2 days to go. AND, our Wet Season has just commenced.
RGDS
Michael V. McCarthy
Local Weather Buff
Beachmere, QLD, AUSTRALIA


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