To: Michael Tarburton <>
Subject: WTNs
From: Judith L-A <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2017 05:38:24 +0000
PS: barometer 101.5, humidity 60%

3.04-3.11 pmAEST today
500m SEQ (you have my lat-long, Mike)

<30 swifts, at first widely spaced & low. Moving slowly. With adjustment of the 
bins, they could be seen out to about 2sqKms.

They swirled & drifted, gradually rising & compacting, until abruptly they all 
flowed away together.

High cloud, onshore gusting. Monsoon line only appeared across FNQ last week; 
first real rain this season began then (late again). Cool blustery weather 

12noonAEST map here-

& latest BOM wind gradients, at 04.58 AEST, here-

All speed to them!

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