Thursday, April 14, 2011
What can I say?
I'm thinking beetroot, carrots and another round of brassicas including broccoli, savoy cabbage and cauliflower.
Queensland State Forecast
Issued at 4:50 am EST on Thursday 14 April 2011
Forecast for Friday An upper level trough is expected to move across southern Queensland. An associated surface trough will move east and lie from the northwest to the southern interior. Cloudy with areas of thundery rain spreading across the interior south of about Longreach, reaching the Darling Downs (that's us or me if you like) and Granite Belt in the afternoon and evening. Isolated afternoon and evening showers developing during the day between the Great Dividing Range and the coast south of about St. Lawrence. Isolated showers and thunderstorms over northern Cape York Peninsula. Day time temperatures below average over the southern interior due to cloud. Light to moderate SE to NE winds east of the trough, moderate to fresh S to SW winds west of the trough.
Forecast for Saturday The surface trough should move east a little over the central and southern interior. The upper trough will move east produce thundery rain areas over the southeastern quarter of the state. Isolated showers and thunderstorms over the Central Highlands district, and isolated showers about much of the tropical coast and interior east of the surface trough. Continuing unstable over northern Cape York Peninsula with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Below average day time temperatures over the central and southern interior.
Forecast for Sunday The upper level trough will strengthen over the southern and central Queensland interior, and the surface trough will drift westwards back to the central parts of the state. Showers and thunderstorms over the central, southern and southeast interior east of the surface trough, tending to thundery rain areas during the day. Showers increasing over the remaining eastern districts as winds along the east coast develop a more onshore direction. Continuing unstable over northern Cape York Peninsula with Isolated showers and thunderstorms. Below average maxima over the southern interior.
Cheers and beers