Subject: BOM
From: (Russell Woodford)
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 10:40:19 +1100
I'm sure many Birding-Aus readers are already familiar with the great services 
provided online by the Bureau of Meteorology.  It's always handy to know what's 
happening in the weather - especially when you're looking for things like 
swifts.Last night I'd heard reports of storms and hail across the south-west of 
Victoria.  We still had clear skies in Geelong, although Barwon Heads (only 
about 20Km away) was getting soaked.I had a quick look at the BOM website at 
one stage during the night, and was surprised to see on their 10-minute 
rainfall radar map that the band of showers was just about right on top of me.  
So I went out to look at the sky and ... Voila!  Rain at last.  Those of you 
who enjoy watching the weather and its changes should find this site a great 
way to soak up your time when you're not out 
birding! WoodfordMusic & 
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