August 2011

A quiet start to August.  Learmonth had this beam to offer on the 4th:

Learmonth, near Exmouth on the North West Cape - August 4 2011

Before long we started getting a lot more line activity in the north west.  Here’s what I  noted from one 12 hour loop on August 8:

Partial beams x 30
Single solid beams x 21
Double solid beams (chopsticks) x 4
Nthn coloured lines x 12 (not all from the northwest)

Several of those were simultaneous and are coming from Pt Hedland, Dampier, Halls Creek, Wyndham and Learmonth. Coincidence?

Then on August 10 2011, two spec lines from Albany – the first time I’d seen them from that radar station. They showed at 09:10 and 13:20 WST.  The same day and into the 11th, Gove radar also made a show – and it was a bit of a confused looking one as you’ll see from this loop:

See : 128km Radar Loop for Gove, 02:00 10/08/2011 to 02:00 11/08/2011 UTC

Aside from the prolific beams coming from the north west, there was also an unusual amount of what appears to be stationary rain and weather occurring – at least, that’s what the radar indicates.  The satellite/cloud  charts seemed to disagree.  Here’s how it looked on August 14 2011:

See : 512km Radar Loop for Port Headland, 23:00 13/08/2011 to 23:00 14/08/2011 UTC

A reference for the following images

 

Halls Creek spectrum beam coincides with unusual intensifying at Tennant Creek

 

Tennant Creek circle August 31 2011

 

Mornington Island flash, August 31 2011

 

 

 

 

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