October 2011

I missed a fair chunk of radar watching this month.  However I did notice this loop from October 14th and 15th, with strong and mostly constant beams coming from Rockhampton.  There are no images available on the Rockhampton loop, so here’s how it looked as an overlay on the Emerald loop – watch for the unusual intensity at Emerald toward the end:

See : 512km Radar Loop for Emerald, 23:00 13/10/2011 to 17:00 15/10/2011 UTC

It gets even busier when you head south from there and watch the 512km loop from Namoi. It’s hard to know just where to look, but keep an eye on Newcastle as well.  Sped up to 40 frames per second makes for interesting viewing too (use the + sign in Controls):

See : 512km Radar Loop for Namoi, 23:00 13/10/2011 to 17:00 15/10/2011 UTC

Also within the same time frame was spectrum line activity from Wyndham in the north and West Takone in North West Tasmania:

Fri 14 Sat 15 (GMT)
05:00 00:00
05:50 00:10
15:40 00:30
15:50 12:50
16:00 13:00
16:10 13:10
16:20
16:30
23:50

Along with a sustained set of lines from NW Tas:
Sat 15 (GMT)
04:00
04:10
04:20
04:30
04:40

There also seemed to be an awful lot of something in Carnarvon coming from very little cloud:

See : 256km Radar Loop for Carnarvon, 16:00 14/10/2011 to 16:00 15/10/2011 UTC

As seems to also be the case from Carnarvon all the way up to Broome:

Radar showing rain but there's not a cloud in sight, October 15, 2011

No visible cloud - so what is that radar showing? October 15, 2011

In fact, from Geraldton south to Albany has the most cloud and the least radar action. Strange day indeed.

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