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 Strong front brings temperature extremes, violent weather and welcome rain
Fri 9 Nov 2018

Heatwaves, snow, storms with high wind gusts and large hail, a massive dust storm, abnormally hot and cold November temperatures and some drought-relieving rain were all in the weather mix in the week to Friday 9 November.

Heat built in a sultry trough that moved across the country during the week, bringing a wave of heatwave-strength night and daytime temperatures as it advanced. Maximum temperatures reached over 42° in northern WA, large areas of the NT and QLD, and northern NSW. Moisture from NW Australia streamed into the country producing some cracker thunderstorms in the unstable air in the trough.

From Monday 5th, a strong cold front began pushing across the south of the continent, undercutting and lifting the moisture and producing some worthwhile rain across large parts of SA, NSW and VIC as well as the south of the NT and QLD. However, because much of the rain came from thunderstorms, results were mixed in pastoral and cropping areas. The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) said "In cropping regions, rainfall totals were highly variable. Falls of between 10 and 50 millimetres were recorded in southern New South Wales and South Australia. Falls of between 10 and 25 millimetres were recorded in parts of southern Victoria and Western Australia. For remaining cropping regions, little or no rainfall was recorded."

Among significant events during the week:

  • Heatwave conditions began building across SE Australia late in October with Ceduna, Whyalla and Mt Lofty all reporting top temperatures 15° or more above average on Wednesday 31st. Record-breaking high daytime temperatures appeared from the beginning of November. On Thursday 1st Darwin reported its equal highest November maximum in 77 years of observations with 37.3° while on Friday 2nd Green Cape, which juts well out into the Tasman Sea near the far southeastern tip of the continent, utterly demolished its previous November high temperature record of 28.0° with a reading of 34.7°. The highest temperatures during the build-up of heat were in NE SA, SW QLD and NW NSW, and were not record-breakers but still very high for November. They included Urandangie QLD 44.0° and White Cliffs NSW 43.3 on the 2nd, Birdsville QLD 44.3 on the 4th, Windorah QLD 44.0 on the 5th, and St George QLD 43.1 and Moree 43.0 on the 6th. Sydney Airport with a maximum of 38.9 and Wollongong Airport at 38.2 were close to 15° above the November average on the 2nd.
  • High overnight temperatures were a feature over a much broader area and more records fell than daytime maxima. The Newcastle NSW area had their warmest November night in around 70 years on Saturday 3rd with minima of 23.1° recorded at both Nobbys Signal Station and Williamtown RAAF Base which have 61 and 69 year histories. Sydney's Observatory Hill reached 22.5, not quite matching its most sleepless November night since 1857 of 24.8. On Tuesday 6th, it was Brisbane's turn to sweat through the night with the Amberley RAAF Base minimum of 23.8° its highest in 77 years; Brisbane City's low of 23.5 felt worse with high humidity brought in on the previous day's sea breeze..
  • Storms were active across a large area of WA on Sunday 4th, and a very active area of thunderstorms worked its way across central and eastern SA during the late afternoon and evening of Monday 5th. At Tarcoola on the Trans-Australian Railway, 360km NW of Port Augusta, one storm hit just after 18.00 with a 117km/h wind gust, the highest on record for the settlement. At the same time, 12.8mm fell in less than 15 minutes. Two and a half hours later, a second storm dumped 32.0mm on Tarcoola in one hour, 13.6mm falling in just 10 minutes. When rain eased off, there was 48.2mm in the gauge, the heaviest November one-day total in 115 years of observations.
  • As a trough and wind change ahead of the cold front pushed storms into northwestern NSW late afternoon on Tuesday 6th, it raised a large dust storm. An SMH story gathered these images and a dramatic video showing what it was like to meet the dust storm while driving - in a word, black. Much of the area had recorded less than 50mm rain since the start of the year and, as the video shows, the 5 to 15mm that fell in the region from the storms immediately following the dust storm turned everything to mud.
  • The Melbourne Cup only just missed the wrath of thunderstorms as they swept across Melbourne on the first Tuesday in November, the 6th. Between 35 and 61mm were unloaded on all but the outer southern and outer NE suburbs in a few hours as the trough and thunderstorms crossed the city. While it stayed dry for the main event, it was the second wettest Cup Day on record giving Melbourne more rain in two hours than it had had in the previous two months. City streets flooded, fourteen people had to be rescued from flooded vehicles and the SES received 400 calls for help. A minor flood warning was issued for the Lower Yarra. A helpful graph tweeted the day before by VIC BoM shows you definitely need a versatile wardrobe to go to Flemington.
  • A supercell thunderstorm with giant hail, up to 9cm in diameter, moved ENE from Rollands Plains to Kundabung, 25km NW of Port Macquarie NSW, on the afternoon of Wednesday 7th. In another thunderstorm, a man driving a 4WD 10km NW of Taree narrowly missed impalement when lightning hit a tree by the road causing it to explode and spear a branch through his windscreen. ABC carried a more detailed description and photos of this unusual event as well as video of the giant hail.
  • By Wednesday 7th, the cold front moving into NSW set up a sharp contrast between hot temperatures in the mid 30s to low 40s across northern NSW and southern QLD and much colder air in the low to mid teens farther south. The density contrast between the two airmasses caused a strong jet stream to develop near their boundary reaching over 340km/h at times.
  • Cold day and night temperatures in the wake of the cold front reached record levels in places, especially in WA on Wednesday 7th. Salmon Gums (half way between Norseman and Esperance) had its coldest November morning in 79 years of observations with -1.2°, the old record having stood since 1958. Ongerup had a record November low in 51 years of obs, and six other stations in the South West with shorter histories set new lows, all breaking records set on 2 November 2005. Perth's temperature got down to 8.0°, its coldest for November in eight years. The cold nights were not as severe in eastern states, but West Wyalong recorded an unusually low November maximum of 12.3° on the 7th, knocking 3.6° off the record, as rain and thick cloud behind the front kept the temperature down.
  • In TAS, it was as if winter had returned with snow reported on the Central Highlands on Wednesday 7th and the temperature dropping to -2.9 at Liawenee the next morning. On Thursday, Scottsdale in the northeast recorded -0.5, its coldest November morning in 35 years while Launceston City's 0.4 was its coldest in 15 years. Farther north, wintry hail showers fell over southern VIC and Melbourne on Wednesday night and snow returned briefly to the Alps in both VIC and NSW. The Thursday Alpine minima were decidedly wintry with -5.9 at Thredbo Top Station, -5.4 at Mt Hotham and -5.0 at Falls Creek. A number of places across VIC and NSW had their coldest November morning in 12 years.

[BoM, Andrew Miskelly, ABC, SMH, Weatherzone]


Provisional records set or equalled today

Obvious errors have been corrected, however this is realtime data which has not yet been validated. Full validation of official records by the BoM Quality Management System (QMS) is a much more complex process and may take some months. Go here for further information on this records section and how the QMS works. These provisional records are based on data received as at 1403 EST on 10/11/2018.

District Site Today Previous monthly record Previous all time record
if equalled or broken
Comments
Reading Reading Date Years Reading Date Years
Lowest grass minimum temperature

NSW

C Tablelands S

063254

ORANGE AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE

-10.2

-7.2

08/11/2018

38

1 S C Previous record set earlier this month. Suspect - almost certainly wrong - see comments on yesterday's reading. Await BoM validation.

Highest maximum temperature

NT

Arnhem

014404

MILINGIMBI AIRPORT

37.5

37.3

07/11/2007

15

1 N C

Highest wind gust (km/h)

NT

Darwin-Daly

014932

TINDAL RAAF

113

96.0

29/11/2015

16

100.0

10/01/2013

16

N C


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Data is as received at 14:02EST, 10/11/2018.

Major centres
Max
° C
+/- norm
° C
Min
° C
+/- norm
° C
Grass Min
° C
Rain to 9am mm Evaporation to 9am mm Sunshine hours Wind Run to 9am km (24-hour average km/h) Maximum Gust km/h / hour of occurrence
PERTH AIRPORT 34.8 +9.0 14.4 +1.7 11.7 0.0 7.0 12.0 474 (19.8) 54/08
BUNBURY 28.1 +3.8 8.0 -4.1 -- 0.0 -- -- 336 (14.0) 37/01
MANDURAH 31.5 +7.0 13.8 -1.7 -- 0.0 -- -- 352 (14.7) 35/01
DARWIN AIRPORT 34.0 +0.7 23.3 -2.0 25.4 6.0 6.0 6.0 183 ( 7.6) 76/14
ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT 27.2 -6.4 12.3 -5.6 -- 0.0 -- -- 399 (16.6) 35/15
WHYALLA AERO 29.1 +2.6 9.1 -4.9 -- 0.0 -- -- 346 (14.4) 41/18
ADELAIDE (KENT TOWN) 24.3 -0.9 8.5 -5.6 -- 0.2 -- -- 123 ( 5.1) 28/11
MOUNT GAMBIER AERO 18.2 -2.2 8.0 -0.4 -- 2.4 -- -- 418 (17.4) 44/13
MOUNT ISA AERO 36.5 +0.1 20.3 -1.1 -- 0.0 -- -- 481 (20.0) 35/15
CAIRNS AERO 33.1 +2.5 23.9 +1.6 -- 0.0 -- -- 288 (12.0) 35/13
TOWNSVILLE AERO 30.6 -0.1 24.7 +1.8 -- 4.6 -- -- 413 (17.2) 52/14
MACKAY M.O 28.9 -0.3 20.4 -1.4 -- 3.4 -- -- 429 (17.9) 48/04
ROCKHAMPTON AERO 29.3 -1.9 18.4 -1.1 -- 0.0 -- -- 434 (18.1) 44/09
BUNDABERG AERO 27.5 -0.8 15.0 -3.8 -- 0.0 -- -- 379 (15.8) 52/09
COOLANGATTA 24.4 -1.5 16.3 -1.9 -- 0.8 -- -- 416 (17.3) 41/09
BRISBANE AERO 24.4 -2.4 15.5 -2.7 14.9 0.0 5.2 10.4 437 (18.2) 41/12
TOOWOOMBA AIRPORT 22.5 -3.2 10.4 -4.2 -- 0.0 -- -- 559 (23.3) 50/07
GUNNEDAH RESOURCE CENTRE 25.0 -3.4 10.9 -4.2 -- 0.0 6.6 -- -- --
PORT MACQUARIE AIRPORT AWS 22.7 -2.3 11.5 -3.7 -- 0.0 -- -- 437 (18.2) 30/12
WILLIAMTOWN RAAF 21.7 -3.8 11.0 -3.4 -- 0.0 -- -- 359 (15.0) 41/09
BATHURST AIRPORT AWS 19.6 -4.0 3.9 -5.4 -- 0.0 -- -- 253 (10.5) 28/12
ORANGE AIRPORT AWS 17.4 -4.1 1.0 -7.5 -- 0.0 -- -- 306 (12.8) 26/12
DUBBO AIRPORT AWS 23.7 -4.7 6.4 -7.3 -- 0.0 -- -- 403 (16.8) 30/09
SYDNEY AIRPORT AMO 23.5 -0.5 12.5 -2.9 9.2 0.0 7.4 11.8 460 (19.2) 50/15
RICHMOND RAAF 24.8 -1.9 9.1 -5.0 -- 0.2 -- -- 232 ( 9.7) 39/16
BELLAMBI AWS 20.1 -2.0 11.2 -4.5 -- 0.0 -- -- 424 (17.7) 52/14
CANBERRA AIRPORT 20.8 -- 3.6 -- -- 0.0 -- -- 248 (10.3) 52/12
WAGGA WAGGA AMO 22.8 -3.0 4.6 -6.2 -- 0.0 -- -- 292 (12.2) 39/15
ALBURY AIRPORT AWS 23.6 -2.4 5.9 -6.0 -- 0.0 -- -- 177 ( 7.4) 39/13
MILDURA AIRPORT 26.6 -0.9 9.1 -3.5 -- 0.0 -- 9.2 219 ( 9.1) 41/14
TATURA INST SUSTAINABLE AG 21.1 -3.6 4.2 -6.0 -- 0.0 -- -- 162 ( 6.8) 41/12
BENDIGO AIRPORT 20.9 -3.5 4.1 -5.6 -- 0.0 -- -- 215 ( 9.0) 35/10
MELBOURNE AIRPORT 19.9 -2.0 6.6 -3.8 5.0 0.2 4.8 1.8 398 (16.6) 41/17
BALLARAT AERODROME 17.5 -2.1 2.8 -5.0 -- 0.0 -- -- 279 (11.6) 35/11
LAUNCESTON (TI TREE BEND) 17.4 -3.1 -- -- -- 0.0 -- -- -- 39/14
HOBART AIRPORT 19.0 0.0 9.7 +0.5 8.6 0.0 4.0 2.8 440 (18.3) 39/09
Max
° C
+/- norm
° C
Min
° C
+/- norm
° C
Grass Min
° C
Rain to 9am mm Evaporation to 9am mm Sunshine hours Wind Run to 9am km Maximum Gust km/h / hour of occurrence
Hottest
Highest maximum temperature>Greatest variation above normal maximum Highest minimum temperatureGreatest variation above normal minimum

42.1 WYNDHAM AERO N Kimberley WA
41.4 JABIRU AIRPORT N Rivers NT
41.4 CURTIN AERO W Kimberley WA
41.3 BORROLOOLA AIRPORT N Rivers NT
41.2 FITZROY CROSSING AERO W Kimberley WA
41.2 MARBLE BAR E Pilbara WA

+9.1 : 36.2 PEARCE RAAF Lower West WA
+9.0 : 34.8 PERTH AIRPORT Lower West WA
+8.2 : 36.6 BEVERLEY Cent Wheatbelt WA
+7.9 : 34.0 JANDAKOT AERO Lower West WA
+7.8 : 38.0 DALWALLINU Central West WA
+7.8 : 36.2 NAREMBEEN Cent Wheatbelt WA

29.3 WITTENOOM W Pilbara WA
29.2 MCARTHUR RIVER MINE AIRPORT N Rivers NT
28.6 ARGYLE AERODROME E Kimberley WA
28.6 FITZROY CROSSING AERO W Kimberley WA
28.5 TINDAL RAAF N Rivers NT

+7.2 : 28.0 NEWMAN AERO E Gascoyne WA
+6.5 : 24.2 MOUNT MAGNET AERO E Gascoyne WA
+5.7 : 29.3 WITTENOOM W Pilbara WA
+5.2 : 29.2 MCARTHUR RIVER MINE AIRPORT N Rivers NT
+5.2 : 21.5 MURCHISON W Gascoyne WA

Coldest
Lowest maximum temperatureGreatest variation below normal maximum Lowest minimum temperatureGreatest variation below normal minimum

5.0 MOUNT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
5.2 THREDBO AWS Snowy Mtns NSW
5.6 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
6.3 MOUNT BAW BAW W Gippsland VIC
6.3 MOUNT READ W Coast TAS

-8.4 : 27.8 BIRDSVILLE AIRPORT Channel Country QLD
-8.0 : 27.1 BALLERA GAS FIELD Far SW QLD
-7.9 : 27.9 JERVOIS N Plateau NT
-7.6 : 26.2 THARGOMINDAH AIRPORT Far SW QLD
-7.5 : 25.8 ARLTUNGA N Plateau NT

-3.6 MOUNT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
-3.2 THREDBO AWS Snowy Mtns NSW
-2.7 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
-2.0 DINNER PLAIN (MOUNT HOTHAM AIRPORT) Upper NE VIC
-2.0 THREDBO VILLAGE Snowy Mtns NSW

-10.7 : 6.5 ROMA AIRPORT Maranoa QLD
-9.6 : 6.5 WALGETT AIRPORT AWS NW Plains W NSW
-9.3 : 7.0 WILCANNIA AERODROME AWS Far Northwest NSW
-9.2 : 8.3 TAROOM POST OFFICE Central Highlands QLD
-9.0 : 8.2 MILES CONSTANCE STREET Darling Downs W QLD

Wettest
Sunniest & dullest
Windiest
Highest gusts
Todays highest rainfall totals for the 24 hours to 9am. It includes the top 5 totals nationally followed by all reported falls of 50mm or more.
Highest and lowest recordings of hours of sunshine for the 24 hours to midnight.
Highest wind run totals in kilometres for the 24 hours to 9am (average speed in brackets). All reported runs > =25km/h are shown.
Highest wind gusts in km/h for the 24 hours to midnight followed by the hour in which it occurred. All stations with gusts > 89km/h are shown.
34.8 CHARLES POINT N Rivers NT
32.0 MOUNT HOUSE AIRSTRIP W Kimberley WA
27.0 PINELANDS N Rivers NT
22.0 NORTH HEAD Upper Carpentaria QLD
21.8 MOUNT READ W Coast TAS

14.0 ADELAIDE AIRPORT Adelaide/Lofty SA
12.8 LOXTON RESEARCH CENTRE Murray Valley SA
12.0 PERTH AIRPORT Lower West WA
12.0 NURIOOTPA PIRSA Adelaide/Lofty SA
11.8 SYDNEY AIRPORT AMO Sydney--east NSW

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3.6 GROVE (RESEARCH STATION) Southeast TAS
3.0 SCOTTSDALE (WEST MINSTONE ROAD) N Coast TAS
2.8 HOBART AIRPORT Southeast TAS
1.8 MELBOURNE AIRPORT E Central VIC
1.2 LAKE EILDON N Central VIC

1211 (50.5) MAATSUYKER ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE Southeast TAS
1047 (43.6) CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
1035 (43.1) DOUBLE ISLAND POINT LIGHTHOUSE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
998 (41.6) HOGAN ISLAND Islands ISL
863 (36.0) NORTH ISLAND Central West WA
852 (35.5) BYRON BAY (CAPE BYRON AWS) North Coast NSW
802 (33.4) KUNANYI (MOUNT WELLINGTON PINNACLE) Southeast TAS
792 (33.0) LOW ROCKY POINT W Coast TAS
787 (32.8) ROTTNEST ISLAND Lower West WA
772 (32.2) HERON ISLAND RES STN Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
763 (31.8) CAPE GRIM BAPS (COMPARISON) N Coast TAS
754 (31.4) LOW HEAD N Coast TAS
737 (30.7) FLINDERS ISLAND AIRPORT Flinders Is/Bass St TAS
721 (30.0) CAPE NATURALISTE Lower West WA
716 (29.8) REDCLIFFE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
706 (29.4) GOLD COAST SEAWAY Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
688 (28.7) HAMILTON ISLAND AIRPORT Central Coast E QLD
681 (28.4) SCOTTS PEAK DAM W Coast TAS
679 (28.3) WILSONS PROMONTORY LIGHTHOUSE W Gippsland VIC
677 (28.2) LADY ELLIOT ISLAND Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
677 (28.2) GREEN CAPE AWS South Coast NSW
669 (27.9) SWAN ISLAND E Coast TAS
647 (27.0) EVANS HEAD RAAF BOMBING RANGE AWS North Coast NSW
631 (26.3) JULIA CREEK AIRPORT Gulf Country QLD
630 (26.3) BADGINGARRA RESEARCH STN Lower West WA
629 (26.2) WILLIS ISLAND Islands ISL
621 (25.9) MIDDLE PERCY ISLAND Islands ISL
620 (25.8) LARAPUNA (EDDYSTONE POINT) E Coast TAS
611 (25.5) CAPE LEEUWIN Lower West WA
603 (25.1) KING ISLAND AIRPORT King Island TAS
113/19 TINDAL RAAF N Rivers NT
87/14 MOUNT MAGNET AERO E Gascoyne WA
76/11 LEONORA AERO Goldfields WA
76/14 DARWIN AIRPORT N Rivers NT
76/15 DARWIN NTC AWS N Rivers NT
76/00 MAATSUYKER ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE Southeast TAS

Downpours High AWS wind reports
High rainfall for periods of 6 hours or less from AWS and synoptic reports. Storm force gusts (>89km/h) and 10-minute mean gales (>62km/h) reported by AWSs. Wind direction and mean windspeed are shown in brackets.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Central West
BINDI BINDI AG STATION
10.4mm in 1 hr to 22:00 10.4mm/h
10.6mm in 1 hr to 22:30 10.6mm/h
NORTHERN TERRITORY
N Rivers
DARWIN AIRPORT
4.0mm in 3 min to 14:52 80.0mm/h
1.4mm in 1 min to 14:53 84.0mm/h
13.6mm in 1 hr to 15:00 13.6mm/h
19.2mm in 1 hr to 15:30 19.2mm/h
CHARLES POINT
30.4mm in 1 hr to 00:00 30.4mm/h
8.6mm in 17 min to 15:52 30.4mm/h
11.0mm in 1 hr to 16:00 11.0mm/h
11.0mm in 1 hr to 16:30 11.0mm/h
OENPELLI AIRPORT
10.4mm in 19 min to 19:19 32.8mm/h
13.0mm in 1 hr to 19:30 13.0mm/h
13.0mm in 1 hr to 20:00 13.0mm/h
QUEENSLAND
Gulf Country
KOWANYAMA AIRPORT
8.0mm in 13 min to 03:30 36.9mm/h
11.2mm in 1 hr to 03:30 11.2mm/h
16.4mm in 1 hr to 04:00 16.4mm/h
17.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 5.7mm/h
N Coast--Herbert
LUCINDA POINT
10.4mm in 1 hr to 15:30 10.4mm/h
10.8mm in 1 hr to 16:00 10.8mm/h
Central Coast E
HAMILTON ISLAND AIRPORT
5.6mm in 8 min to 05:22 42.0mm/h
14.0mm in 1 hr to 05:30 14.0mm/h
12.2mm in 1 hr to 06:00 12.2mm/h
18.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 6.0mm/h

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
E Gascoyne
MOUNT MAGNET AERO : 87(310/ 76 ) at 14:05
NORTHERN TERRITORY
N Rivers
TINDAL RAAF : 113(150/ 52 ) at 19:13