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Snow falls to medium levels in VIC, NSW
Minor flooding develops in VIC
Major flooding, snow, gales as Low grazes TAS


Above:
As the first cold front clears the NSW coast, a Low slips down the west coast of Tasmania, rapidly deepening to 973hPa at 4pm EST. A second cold front attached to a secondary Low moves in from the southwest to cross the SA coast just before midnight. These surface charts are for 4am, 10am, 4pm and 10pm. BoM.

Above: IR satellite hourly images (1300 missing). The cloudband that produced yesterday's rain event flings out into the Tasman Sea , thickening and broadening as cold air undercuts a conveyor belt of moist tropical northerlies ahead of the front. Some of the cloudband wraps around the low moving down the Tasmanian West Coast, while large blobs moving eastwards across Victoria are huge cumulonimbus tops close to the head of this classic mid-latitude comma-cloud. Behind the second cold front, the cloud is relatively stratiform and unbroken at first, but becomes progressively more speckled and cumuliform as it pushes northeast under colder upper air. In the last few frames, white speckles in the centre of this cloud field show that strong instability is pushing the cloud tops into higher, colder levels. Weatherzone, BoM. (GMS-5 backup with GOES-9 operated by the joint effort of JMA and US NOAA NESDIS over the Western Pacific)
Below: Aerological diagrams showing the results of the Wagga balloon ascents at 9am and 9pm EST Wednesday, 9am today and 9am Friday. The righthand red trace shows temperature, read off the scale at the bottom, against height, read off the barometric pressure scale in hPa at left. The left red line shows dew point, and the closer the two red lines, the more moist the air. The blue lines are ghosts of the previous ascent. Wind direction and speed are shown at right. Temperature in the lower 2km or so of the atmosphere drops by more than 10C in the first 12 hours as the surface front moves through, but upper winds stay steadfastly northerly ahead of the upper trough. In the second 12-hour period, the upper thermal trough moves in, dropping middle atmosphere temperatures by around 10C, lowering the tropopause and swinging upper winds westerly. The dew point trace in the second frame is smooth and close to the temperature trace, showing consistent deep moisture in the rainband, but in the third and fourth frames this is becoming increasingly patchy with dry slots as a wintry cumulus field is borne over Wagga on strong westerlies. BoM

The cold Southern Ocean airmass that has been sweeping into the continent since Monday brought snow and strong to gale force winds to NSW and VIC today, while maximum temperatures were 4 degrees or more below normal across almost the entire continent apart from the NT Top End and Far North Queensland. Flooding developed in eastern VIC in response to yesterday's heavy rain, and an ear-popping low pressure system sideswiped Tasmania bringing heavy rain, flooding and hurricane force winds.

Heavy snow fell to as low as 700m in VIC and southern NSW as cold air behind the main front overtook the trailing edge of yesterday's rainband, giving several hours of heavy snowfall in the early hours of the morning. 15cm of level snow was reported from Koetong in the Upper Murray Valley this morning, and the Mt Hotham Road was closed after police had to tow motorists out of snowdrifts. 5cm was reported in Batlow NSW (780m asl), 10cm at nearby Kunama (1150m) and 30cm at 1400m in the nearby mountains.

Wintry showers in a strong westerly stream took over from the rain, bringing further snow, hail and sleet through the day down to 500m in VIC grading to around 900m on the NSW Central Tablelands. In VIC, the Bureau of Meteorology weather notes stated snow fell down to the 500m level during the day, but did not say where. Snow was falling at 800m on Mt Macedon and settling at 900m. In NSW, 5 to 10cm with drifts to 50cm were reported in the Shooters Hill area south of Oberon during the afternoon. Light snow, not settling, was reported from Guyra, Murrurundi, Oberon, Orange, the upper Blue Mountains, and Yetholme east of Bathurst.

VIC and NSW ski resorts enjoyed their heaviest falls of the season so far. Thredbo NSW reported 15cm of fresh snow in the Village to 9am and a further 10cm to 3pm, while up to 50cm was reported at higher levels. In the Victorian Alps, recent warm weather, lack of snowfalls and yesterday's heavy rain had left slopes fairly thin, but whiteout conditions today resulted in depths of around 1m on Mt Hotham and 35cm on Mt Baw Baw by Friday morning.

Flooding from yesterday's heavy rain worked its way down many eastern Victorian rivers producing levels just above minor:

  • Macalister: peak of 2.17m at Licola around 7am with minor flooding downstream to Lake Glenmaggie
  • Mitchell: minor flooding began late today
  • Dargo: minor flooding began late today
  • Ovens, King, Buffalo and Buckland: minor flooding
  • Kiewa: peak at 3.05m at Mongans Bridge around 6am with minor flooding to Kiewa
  • Mitta Mitta: peak of 2.66m just above moderate around 2am. The low level of Dartmouth Dam prevented flooding from travelling farther downstream
  • Seven Creeks and Castle Creek: produced flooding to about 1m above minor flood level around Euroa. Secondary peaks occurred in both streams during the afternoon, possibly from melting snow.
  • Acheron: Taggerty peaked at 2.38m around midday with minor flooding

TAS bore the brunt of a dramatically deepening low pressure system today. The low developed south of Adelaide and west of TAS on Tuesday evening as a secondary on the cold front that cleared the NSW coast this morning. A complex of weak lows with central pressure just below 1000hPa remained nearly stationary west of TAS yesterday, consolidating into one centre, 996hPa, just west of King Island at 10pm EST . In the next 18 hours, the low deepened to 973hPa while moving briskly down the TAS West Coast, producing a remarkable 10-minute average wind speed of 124km/h at Maatsuyker Island at 7pm, with gusts to 143km/h. Details of other strong winds across TAS, VIC and NSW are given below.

Heavy rain fell on the TAS Northeast Highlands overnight and this morning, particularly in the North Esk River basin. Mt Barrow recorded 118.4 and Upper Blessington 73.0 in the 24 hours to 9am, while Mt Victoria recorded around 140mm in the 24 hours to 3pm. Major flooding was reported in the lower North Esk, while minor flooding developed in the upper reaches of the South Esk, the Meander, and lower Macquarie basin. Snow was reported from the Central Plateau during the day, with Cradle Mountain Airfield reporting 3cm on the ground at 3pm. Lake St Clair in central TAS had its wettest July day in 14 years of record with a total of 59.2mm in the 24 hours to 9am Friday.

National weather extremes for today

Data provided by the Bureau of Meteorology

Records set this day (previous record and years of computerised record shown in brackets):
Highest daily rainfall for July:
New South Wales:
072146 ALBURY AIRPORT 50.0 (43.1, 20)
074221 NARRANDERA GOLF CLUB 30.2 (29.8, 34)
Victoria:
080091 KYABRAM (INST SUSTAINABLE AG) 33.8 (22.6, 40)
081049 TATURA INST SUSTAINABLE AG 38.8 (34.0, 60)
082016 EUROA 61.0 (52.3, 115)
082138 WANGARATTA AERO 44.0 (27.0, 15)
083083 EDI UPPER 63.2 (46.2, 15)
088023 LAKE EILDON GOULBURN MURRAY WATER 101.2 (73.7, 114) (Only 0.1mm short of the all time record)
088053 SEYMOUR SHIRE DEPOT 59.6 (55.1, 116)
088109 MANGALORE AIRPORT 56.0 (35.8, 43)

Quality control note: Data is final. It includes late-received rainfall data and has been subject to BoM quality control checks.
Data is as received at 13:38EST, 03/03/2004.

Weather observations for today
Noteworthy  Weather         Capital  Cities         Regional  Cities       Alpine  Stations
Bureau of Meteorology Rainfall Bulletins and Weather Notes

Hottest
Highest maximum temperature>Greatest variation above normal maximum Highest minimum temperatureGreatest variation above normal minimum

39.0 CAPE FLATTERY N Coast--Barron QLD
34.6 MIDDLE POINT AWS N Rivers NT
34.3 BATCHELOR AERO N Rivers NT
34.0 OENPELLI N Rivers NT
34.0 PIRLANGIMPI N Rivers NT
34.0 JABIRU AIRPORT N Rivers NT

+5.5   20.6 JERVIS BAY (POINT PERPENDICULAR LIGHTHOU Illawarra NSW
+4.2   25.6 HERON ISLAND RES STN Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
+4.0   26.3 MACKAY AERO Central Coast E QLD
+3.9   23.3 DOUBLE ISLAND POINT LIGHTHOUSE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
+3.7   28.7 TOWNSVILLE AERO N Coast--Herbert QLD

25.5 MCCLUER ISLAND N Rivers NT
25.0 WARRUWI N Rivers NT
24.8 BLACK POINT N Rivers NT
24.1 TROUGHTON ISLAND N Kimberley WA
24.1 HORN ISLAND N Peninsula QLD

+8.4   20.4 GEORGETOWN POST OFFICE Upper Carpentaria QLD
+7.8   14.5 CLERMONT POST OFFICE Central Highlands QLD
+7.4   14.9 COFFS HARBOUR MO MidNorth Coast N NSW
+7.2   12.6 THANGOOL AIRPORT Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
+7.2   14.4 ARCHERFIELD AIRPORT Brisbane/SE Coast QLD

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

-1.0 CABRAMURRA SMHEA AWS SW Slopes S NSW
-1.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
-1.0 MT BAW BAW W Gippsland VIC
0.0 PERISHER VALLEY SKI CENTRE Snowy Mtns NSW
0.1 FALLS CREEK Upper NE VIC

-6.8   16.4 THANGOOL AIRPORT Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
-6.6   11.8 OAKEY AERO Darling Downs E QLD
-6.4   13.3 DALBY AIRPORT Darling Downs E QLD
-5.8   17.3 BARALABA POST OFFICE Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
-5.8   8.0 STANTHORPE (GRANITE BELT HRS) Darling Downs E QLD

-5.5 CHARLOTTE PASS (KOSCIUSKO CHALET) Snowy Mtns NSW
-5.4 FALLS CREEK Upper NE VIC
-4.8 PERISHER VALLEY SKI CENTRE Snowy Mtns NSW
-4.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
-3.0 CABRAMURRA SMHEA AWS SW Slopes S NSW
-3.0 MT BAW BAW W Gippsland VIC

-7.3   -2.4 THREE RIVERS E Gascoyne WA
-6.7   5.9 MANDORA E Pilbara WA
-6.4   4.6 CARNARVON AIRPORT W Gascoyne WA
-6.4   0.5 URANDANGIE Northwest QLD
-6.2   1.2 MEEKATHARRA AIRPORT E Gascoyne WA

Wettest Major City Extremes
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.

118.4 MOUNT BARROW (SOUTH BARROW) N Coast TAS
110.6 FALLS CREEK (ROCKY VALLEY) Upper NE VIC
98.6 EUROBIN Upper NE VIC
93.4 WHITLANDS (BURDER'S LANE) Upper NE VIC
91.4 WHITFIELD (KING RIVER @ CHESHUNT) Lower NE VIC

NEW SOUTH WALES
    SW Slopes S
60.0 TABLETOP (TABLE TOP (EASTGATE))
55.8 TALMALMO (YEELANNA)
51.2 HUME RESERVOIR
50.0 ALBURY AIRPORT

VICTORIA
    Upper North
51.6 MIEPOLL SOUTH (AVONDALE)
    Lower NE
91.4 WHITFIELD (KING RIVER @ CHESHUNT)
91.0 STRATHBOGIE NORTH
89.4 LIMA EAST (CHARNWOOD)
89.4 TOO ROUR (MOROKO PARK)
87.4 MYRHEE (HANDCOCKS)
83.8 SEVEN CREEKS @ STRATHBOGIE
81.0 TOLMIE (MOUNT TABLETOP REPEATER)
78.6 EDI UPPER (BLACK RANGE TROUT FARM)
78.6 CREIGHTONS CREEK (BARONGA)
77.0 HOLLAND CK @ WRIGHTLEY
75.0 MYRRHEE (CRYERS)
74.0 STRATHBOGIE
71.4 LIMA SOUTH (LAKE NILLAHCOOTIE)
71.2 BOHO (HONEYSUCKLE CK @ U/S VIOLET TOWN)
71.0 SEVEN CREEKS @ D/S POLLY MCQUINNS WEIR
70.4 KITHBROOK (BALQUHAIN)
70.0 OVENS RIVER @ EUROBIN
69.6 KELVIN VIEW (WATERHOUSE RESERVOIR)
68.0 GOORAM (HILLSIDE)
67.4 TERIP TERIP
67.0 MITTA MITTA FORESTRY
66.6 SWANPOOL (TIREE)
65.0 GOORAM (MORELLA)
63.6 KERGUNYAH SOUTH
63.6 TALLANGATTA (BULLIOH)
62.8 GUNDOWRING UPPER
61.0 EUROA
61.0 CARBOOR
59.8 MYRRHEE (JOELYN)
59.4 WOORAGEE
58.6 GAPSTED
58.5 MYRTLEFORD
58.4 ESKDALE (LAUREL HILL)
58.2 EUROA (CASTLE CK @ TELFORD BRIDGE)
58.0 BULLIOH (HINDLETON)
57.8 YACKANDANDAH
56.0 MYRRHEE (BOGGY CK @ ANGLESIDE)
56.0 BURROWYE STATION
56.0 VIOLET TOWN
55.8 SHEANS CREEK (HERONSLEA)
55.6 SHELLEY
55.4 TANGAMBALANGA NE DAIRY
54.8 KOETONG
54.8 CALLAGHAN CREEK STATION
53.6 ELDORADO (POST OFFICE)
53.6 HUNTERS HILL
53.3 TALLANGATTA DCNR
53.2 BEECHWORTH WOOLSHED
53.0 BETHANGA
52.8 DARTMOUTH RESERVOIR
52.4 UPLANDS (GIBBO RIVER PARK)
52.2 WHOROULY
52.0 BULLIOH (WOOD HILL)
50.6 HURDLE CK @ BOBINAWARRAH
50.4 MOYHU
50.0 BENALLA (SHADFORTH STREET)
    Upper NE
110.6 FALLS CREEK (ROCKY VALLEY)
98.6 EUROBIN
93.4 WHITLANDS (BURDER'S LANE)
88.0 HALLS (BUCKLAND RIVER @ UPPER BUCKLAND)
84.4 OVENS RIVER @ HARRIETVILLE
84.0 CHESHUNT EURANGIE PARK
81.6 ARCHERTON
78.0 LAKE BUFFALO
77.0 TAWONGA
76.0 OMEO SHANNON VALE
74.8 BRIGHT
73.4 HARRIETVILLE
70.0 MYRTLEFORD (OVENS RESEARCH STATION)
68.0 JAMIESON
67.0 WHITFIELD
63.2 EDI UPPER
59.0 MOUNT BULLER
54.4 MOUNT BUFFALO CHALET
51.8 MT HOTHAM
50.2 MANSFIELD (POST OFFICE)
    W Gippsland
58.0 MT BAW BAW
52.8 ABERFELDY (LILY CREEK (LAROMMI))
    E Central
67.4 WARBURTON
66.6 MOUNT ST LEONARD (MT ST LEONARD DNRE)
61.6 MAROONDAH WEIR (MELBOURNE WATER)
60.0 WARBURTON EAST (ARRABRI)
56.6 WARBURTON (O'SHANNASSY RESERVOIR)
56.2 SILVAN
55.0 CORANDERRK BADGER WEIR
53.0 YARRA JUNCTION
52.5 HEALESVILLE (MOUNT YULE)
    N Central
80.2 NARBETHONG
77.4 MARYSVILLE GOLF COURSE
77.2 HIGHLANDS (GLENTANNAR)
75.6 BUXTON
74.0 MARYSVILLE (POST OFFICE)
73.4 ALEXANDRA (CRYSTAL CREEK)
70.4 YEA RIVER @ DEVLINS BRIDGE
68.8 LAKE EILDON GOULBURN MURRAY WATER (LAKE
67.6 GLENBURN
60.4 BONNIE DOON GARAGE
59.6 SEYMOUR SHIRE DEPOT
59.2 KANUMBRA (BRILLIANT ESTATE)
57.2 GOULBURN RIVER @ SEYMOUR
56.6 SPRING CREEK BASIN TWO
55.8 MANGALORE AIRPORT
55.4 AVENEL (POST OFFICE)
55.4 ALEXANDRA (POST OFFICE)
53.6 YEA (POST OFFICE)
52.8 ALEXANDRA (ACHERON)
52.0 EILDON FIRE TOWER
51.0 CHATEAU TAHBILK
50.4 KINGLAKE WEST (WALLABY CREEK)

TASMANIA
    N Coast
118.4 MOUNT BARROW (SOUTH BARROW)
74.4 TARGA (MOUNTAIN VIEWS)
58.2 ST PATRICKS RIVER (TARGA FARM)
56.0 FRANKFORD (ROSSVILLE)
56.0 HILLWOOD (HILLWOOD STRAWBERRY FARM)
56.0 BRIDESTOWE LAVENDER ESTATE
55.2 BEAUTY POINT (FLINDERS STREET)
55.0 DEVIOT JETTY
54.8 BEACONSFIELD (GRUBB SHAFT MUSEUM)
53.2 CRESSY RESEARCH STATION (MAIN OFFICE)
53.0 LEGANA (UNA VILLAS)
53.0 GLENGARRY (ROSELEIGH)
52.4 ROSEVALE
51.8 MUSSELBORO (ELVERTON)
51.4 WOODLEA NURSERY
51.2 SELBOURNE (KIRNBRAE)
50.4 LEBRINA
50.0 HADSPEN
    E Coast
73.0 UPPER BLESSINGTON
57.8 UPPER ESK (HOST FARM)

  Max+/- norm Min+/- normRain to 9am
BROOME AIRPORT 25.8 -3.0 12.7 -0.9 0.0
ALBANY AIRPORT 15.2 -0.6 8.6 +1.1 2.8
PERTH AIRPORT 17.4 -0.4 9.2 +1.1 0.0
KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT 13.8 -2.9 4.4 -0.5 0.0
DARWIN AIRPORT 33.3 +2.8 22.1 +2.8 0.0
ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT 16.1 -3.5 0.5 -3.5 0.0
ADELAIDE (KENT TOWN) 14.2 -1.1 8.6 +1.2 6.4
MOUNT GAMBIER AERO 12.0 -1.1 6.5 +1.4 17.4
CAIRNS AERO 28.3 +2.6 19.1 +2.1 0.0
TOWNSVILLE AERO 28.7 +3.7 19.0 +5.5 0.2
ROCKHAMPTON AERO 21.7 -1.4 15.7 +6.3 6.2
AMBERLEY AMO 18.3 -2.8 10.3 +4.9 0.8
BRISBANE AERO 19.4 13.8 0.8
ARMIDALE AIRPORT AWS 7.6 2.5 5.8
COFFS HARBOUR MO 17.9 -0.8 14.9 +7.4 0.0
NEWCASTLE NOBBYS SIGNAL STATION AWS 15.8 -0.9 9.5 +1.1 0.6
SYDNEY (OBSERVATORY HILL) 16.4 +0.2 10.2 +2.2 2.2
PROSPECT DAM 16.3 -0.4 8.9 +2.8 2.0
WOLLONGONG UNIVERSITY 16.3 -0.7 6.7 -1.7 3.8
CANBERRA AIRPORT 7.0 -4.3 3.6 +3.8 9.2
WAGGA WAGGA AMO 10.3 -2.3 6.0 +3.3 28.8
MILDURA AIRPORT 13.8 -1.5 6.1 +1.8 5.4
EAST SALE AIRPORT 11.7 -2.0 3.9 +0.7 2.6
MELBOURNE REGIONAL OFFICE 13.2 -0.2 6.8 +0.9 24.8
LAVERTON RAAF 12.9 -0.7 6.4 +1.5 24.2
BALLARAT AERODROME 10.6 +0.6 3.5 +0.3 27.4
LAUNCESTON AIRPORT 8.4 -2.5 6.6 +4.3 36.4
HOBART (ELLERSLIE ROAD) 12.0 +0.4 5.6 +1.1 11.8

Downpours Gales & Gusts
High rainfall for periods of 6 hours or less. Highest wind gusts above 89km/h (storm force) or mean wind above 62km/h (gale force). Wind direction and mean windspeed shown in brackets.
NEW SOUTH WALES
    NW Plains E
MOREE AERO
16.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 5.3mm/h
VICTORIA
    Lower NE
HUNTERS HILL
17.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 5.7mm/h
    W Central
GEELONG AIRPORT
6.0mm in 34 min to 09:00 10.6mm/h
TASMANIA
    W Coast
CAPE SORELL
17.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 5.7mm/h
16.0mm in 3 hr to 13:00 5.3mm/h
STRAHAN AERODROME
16.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 5.3mm/h
LOW ROCKY POINT
17.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 5.7mm/h
23.0mm in 3 hr to 13:00 7.7mm/h
27.0mm in 3 hr to 14:00 9.0mm/h
28.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 9.3mm/h
23.0mm in 3 hr to 16:00 7.7mm/h
MOUNT READ
18.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 6.0mm/h
21.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 7.0mm/h

NEW SOUTH WALES
    Hunter Valley
MURRURUNDI GAP AWS : 93(320/ 82 ) at 01:31
    Sydney--east
SYDNEY AIRPORT AMO : 80(290/ 65 ) at 02:17
KURNELL AWS : 91(360/ 48 ) at 02:18
    South Coast
MONTAGUE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE : 91(350/ 72 ) at 10:36
GREEN CAPE AWS : 87( 20/ 69 ) at 01:02
    Goulburn/Monaro
BOMBALA AWS : 85(300/ 70 ) at 14:31
VICTORIA
    Upper NE
MT HOTHAM AIRPORT : 119(320/ 22 ) at 04:00
    W Gippsland
WILSONS PROMONTORY LIGHTHOUSE : 108(270/ 74 ) at 15:00
KINGFISH B SHIP LOG 272 : 102(290/ 85 ) at 16:00
    E Central
SOUTH CHANNEL ISLAND : 87(290/ 69 ) at 10:57
    W Coast
COLAC (MT GELLIBRAND) : 91(280/ 72 ) at 14:31
PORT FAIRY AWS : 87(250/ 65 ) at 06:30
CAPE NELSON LIGHTHOUSE : 85(270/ 70 ) at 06:03
TASMANIA
    N Coast
CAPE GRIM B.A.P.S. : 104(270/ 78 ) at 17:00
    E Coast
EDDYSTONE POINT : 83(340/ 63 ) at 12:38
    Southeast
MAATSUYKER ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE : 143(300/124 ) at 19:00
MOUNT WELLINGTON : 113(320/ 63 ) at 18:04
TASMAN ISLAND : 117( 10/ 82 ) at 14:18
HARTZ MOUNTAIN(KEOGHS PIMPLE) : 104(280/ 58 ) at 17:36
CAPE BRUNY (CAPE BRUNY) : 83(280/ 67 ) at 20:47
ISLANDS
    Islands
HOGAN ISLAND : 117(280/ 98 ) at 16:00