Posts Tagged ‘possible’
Possible twin cyclones off Aust coast 1:28
Three weeks after Cyclone Marcia and Cyclone Lan, a cyclone is expected to form off Queensland in coming days. The Bureau of Meteorology also says there is a high chance of another system developing off the coast of Western Australia by Wednesday.
Read more on The Australian (blog)
Powerful cyclone forms in Pacific
A large tropical cyclone named Pam has formed in open South Pacific waters north of Vanuatu and Fiji. The cyclone is expected to head south towards New Zealand and then curve to the east. Fiji's Tropical Cyclone Centre issued cyclone warnings early on …
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Severe WA cyclone looms: BOM warns of low forming in the Indian Ocean
Bureau of Meteorology Perth duty forecaster Catherine Schelfhout says the Indian Ocean low is likely to reach cyclone strength by Thursday or Friday and later hit WA as a severe cyclone. "The timing is a bit variable but the conditions are very favourable.
Read more on WA today
Question by 1: How is it possible for temperatures to be higher after a cold front passe?
How is it possible for temperatures to be higher after a cold front passes?
Answer by badaspie
If the weather ahead of the cold front was overcast, the temperature change with the front was slight, and the air behind the front was clear, the increased solar heating behind the front could more than offset the cooler air mass. The daytime temperatures might be warmer behind the front, but the nights would be colder.
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