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Mt Seaview Sky Observations

Tuesday April 24, 2018
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Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
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Tue 09:00 EST
25000 8/8 Cu As Ci Sky unchanged Shower  
Mon 15:00 EST
35000 7/8 Sc -- -- Sky unchanged Drizzle
Mostly cloudy
 
Mon 09:00 EST
35000 7/8 Sc -- -- Cloud dissolving Rain
Cloudy at times
 
Sun 15:00 EST
40000 6/8 Sc -- -- Cloud developing Cloudy at times  
Sun 09:00 EST
40000 1/8 Cu -- -- Sky unchanged Cloudy at times  
Sat 15:00 EST
35000 7/8 Cb -- -- Sky unchanged Cloudy at times  
Sat 09:00 EST
35000 4/8 Cb -- -- Cloud developing Rain
Cloudy at times
 
Fri 15:00 EST
40000 4/8 Cu -- Ci Sky unchanged Cloudy at times  
Fri 09:00 EST
40000 3/8 -- Ac Ci Cloud dissolving Thunderstorm
Shower
 
Thu 15:00 EST
15000 7/8 Cb Ac Ci Thunder Thunderstorm
Cloudy at times
 
Thu 09:00 EST
40000 3/8 -- -- Ci Cloud dissolving Shower  
Wed 15:00 EST
40000 7/8 Cu -- -- Cloud developing Mostly cloudy  
Wed 09:00 EST
10000 8/8 St Distant precipitation Shower  
Tue 15:00 EST
35000 5/8 Sc -- -- Cloud developing Cloudy at times  
Tue 09:00 EST
45000 1/8 Cu -- -- Cloud developing Mostly clear  

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YARRAS (MOUNT SEAVIEW)
Mid North Coast, New South Wales/ACT
31.3865°S 152.2482°E 155m AMSL
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ANZAC Day forecast

11:33 EST

What will the weather be like for dawn services and ANZAC Day marches in Australia's capital cities? Brisbane will be dry with light winds at dawn and the day should stay rain-free, with only the slight chance of a light shower or two.

Perth rainfall is higher than Melbourne, Hobart, London despite reputation for sunny beaches

10:32 EST

Perth may be best known for its idyllic beaches and sunny skies, but the West Australian capital sees more rain than Melbourne, Hobart and London — cities often associated with gloomy, wet weather.

Corals build 'cloud umbrellas' to help keep cool under blazing sun, study says

10:04 EST

Australian researchers have found corals build "cloud umbrellas" to protect themselves from the scorching sun, and say coral loss through bleaching events could have wider ramifications for weather and agricultural production along the Queensland coast.