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3-year trends to February 2015

Parametric plots of smoothed climate variables at Manilla
“February 2015: very dry”   February raw anomaly data (orange)

In February, most anomalies moved back towards “droughts” from the “flooding rains” values of January. 187 more words

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February 2015 a very dry month

After a very cool first week, normal temperatures returned, both by day (33°) and by night (18°) . Early on, most mornings were sunny. Later, many were almost overcast, but only three days had light rain, with a maximum of 3.4 mm. 159 more words

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February Climate Anomalies Log

This post is the twelfth in a set for the 12 calendar months that began with March. Graphs are sixteen-year logs of the monthly mean anomaly values of nine climate variables for Manilla, NSW, with fitted trend lines. 577 more words

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Log of Very Wet Days at Manilla.

In the 130-year record of very wet days at Manilla, NSW, extreme rainfalls have not become more common recently.

Data

I arranged all daily rainfall readings for Manilla, NSW, from March 1883 to December 2014 in order of rainfall amount, and selected only the 125 readings greater than 50 mm. 390 more words

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Geoff's solar-passive house at Manilla

A second high-mass solar-passive house was built in 2009 at Manilla, within 300 metres of mine.
My friend Geoff designed his house and used the same builder that I did. 951 more words

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January 2015: cool rainy days

Only five days were warmer than average. The final five days and four nights were very cool, taking the weekly average (normally the hottest of the year) down to five degrees below normal. 168 more words

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January Climate Anomalies Log

This post is the eleventh in a set for the 12 calendar months that began with March. Graphs are sixteen-year logs of the monthly mean anomaly values of nine climate variables for Manilla, NSW, with fitted trend lines. 538 more words

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