Hooray for Press Gang!
30 degrees here.
ouchies! no one will be wearing mittens then. which i suppose they wouldn't because they would look rather silly wearing just mittens. people would turn to look at them in the street in a quizzical manner. dogs would stop barking at birds and start barking at the mitten people.It hit 40 here today, with 41 predicted for tomorrow:
I'm so glad we don't have this sort of thing happening in Melbourne. Today for example is perfect for me as I don't like the heat and definitely not the humidity.Melbourne has had a beautiful summer whilst the rest of Oz either drowned or burned
Debbie is HUGE, please change violent storm name to climate change deniers, then we can yell - fuck off Andrew Bolt
Hope they are alright.We just copped the edge of the torrential rain here. No damage really and the rain was badly needed.
I have two sisters who live just south of tweed heads who were evacuated last night and they still don't have permission to go home and don't know if their homes flooded. They live in a caravan park right on the Tweed River and it has broken its banks in several places.
Excellent news!Unbelievably my sister's homes are ok. One went home this morning (driving through flooded roads which doesn't impress me). Water completely surrounded them and every caravan park in the area wrecked - except theirs. And theirs is closest to the river!
My other sister is still in the evacuation centre and will make her way home when the roads are opened.