Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Brisbane worst floods in a century predicted ..??!! ... http://ow.ly/3BWKJ
9pm, Latest cloud formations around S-S-W bay low "90B" ... http://ow.ly/i/78Vd
Chennai - today touched a low of 20.2 C at 6:30am... mostly had a SUNNY day.
Due to ever persisting UAC over S-W Bay... Torrential rain in Sri Lanka, 16 dead and 832 thousand displaced ... http://ow.ly/3BSXS
Uttar Pradesh winter toll 103, sunny day in north India ... http://ow.ly/3BSOe
West Bengal capital Kolkata recorded a low of 9.9°Celsius — the lowest in seven years ... http://ow.ly/3BSKS
Fog/ shallow fog would occur over parts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar during next 48 hours
A fresh and strong western disturbance will start affecting W. Kashmir from 14-Jan .. Heavy snow likely ... http://ow.ly/i/78Tl
Heavy rain will linger along E, N-E Srilanka for next 3 days... due to the stagnant nature of "90B"
Upper air current will steer the present LOW "90B" to west in coming days and GFS presicts that'll happen slowly... http://ow.ly/i/78SO

Brisbane century worst floods predicted by climate sceptic Piers Corbyn, Weather Action

Thousands of Brisbane residents have been forced to evacuate their homes as the city braces itself for its worst flooding in more than a century. As the winding Brisbane River breached its banks in several places to engulf parks and footbridges and heavy rain continued to fall on the metropolitan area, the city's main roads and public transport system quickly became clogged as people rushed to get to higher ground. Early estimates suggested that more than 9,000 homes could be inundated when the Brisbane River peaks at 12ft on Thursday. The destruction was already evident yesterday, with a steady stream of debris, including boats and whole pontoons, floating down the swollen Brisbane River.

Record floods in 1893 dumped the gunship Paluma on the Brisbane Botanical Gardens, while in 1974, a torrent killed 16 people and inundated a third of the city's metropolitan area. The severe flooding threatening the state capital comes after almost one month of flooding across Queensland that now covers an area the size of France and Germany combined and could cost more than $10bn (£6.3 billion).

Government meteorologists have said that the flash flooding was almost impossible to predict. According to Anthropological Global Warming, they can't as the science is fraudulent. But climate sceptics using solar techniques have. Piers Corbyn of Weather Action, riding a wave of successful forecast this season, is one of them. Here's the forecast of the Australian floods

Read more: http://devconsultancygroup.blogspot.com/2011/01/brisbane-worst-floods-in-century.html
The UAC and LOW "90B" is expected to move SLOWLY to west.. may cross S.Srilanka and then die 5 days from now 11-Jan.. http://ow.ly/i/78RP
Heavy rains in N-E, E Srilanka .. due to Low "90B" ... http://ow.ly/3BRph
UAC is now over S-S-W bay ... and now its a low pressure area marked as "90B" ... http://ow.ly/i/78R4
Cold North India :: Ganganagar 0.4, Agra 1.0, Umaria 1.1, Lucknow 1.4 and Rewa 1.8 C in the plains of the country