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Boulia Ap Sky Observations

Friday May 27, 2016
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Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
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Thu 15:00 EST
40000 1/8 Cu -- -- Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Thu 09:00 EST
40000 clear Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Wed 15:00 EST
40000 1/8 Cu -- -- Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Wed 09:00 EST
40000 3/8 -- Ac -- Cloud dissolving Drizzle
Mostly clear
 
Tue 15:00 EST
40000 5/8 Cu Ac -- - Mostly cloudy  
Tue 09:00 EST
40000 6/8 -- Ac -- Cloud dissolving Rain
Drizzle
 
Mon 15:00 EST
40000 8/8 Cu Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Mon 09:00 EST
40000 8/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Sun 15:00 EST
40000 6/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Sun 09:00 EST
40000 6/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Sat 15:00 EST
40000 8/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Sat 09:00 EST
40000 8/8 -- Ac -- - Mostly cloudy  
Fri 15:00 EST
40000 2/8 -- Ac -- Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Fri 09:00 EST
50000 1/8 -- -- Ci Sky unchanged Mostly clear  

Station Details

BOULIA AIRPORT
Channel Country, Queensland
22.9117°S 139.9039°E 162m AMSL
Commenced 1886
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Winter nears as Victoria hit with rain, snow in Alpine areas

19:14 EST

Melbourne has had its coldest day since last September, with heavy rain and flurries in Alpine areas.

A Vivid weekend

14:20 EST

For those among us wanting to balance out our participation in Earth Hour, the Vivid Light, Music and Ideas Festival opens in Sydney this on Friday.

Cooler Pacific temperatures signal end of devastating El Nino

13:37 EST

Australia's Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) has released modelling showing the latest El Nino cycle is over, but could now lead to a wet winter after a devastating 14 months of drought and famine across the Pacific.