Analysing, reviewing and recording weather patterns in Dayboro since 2004. Challenging the main stream climate change thought, by being objective and providing facts.

  • It is not CO2, it is NOT You, it's the SUN

The Rain Stuff.

This year we had 537.9, which is -710 than average.

This year we had 86 with rain, it’s been 1 days since we had rain.

  • Monday we had: 0.2 mm
  • Tuesday we had: 0.0 mm
  • Wednesday we had: 0.0 mm
  • Thursday we had: 0.0 mm
  • Friday we had: 0.2 mm
  • Saturday we had: 0.2 mm
  • Sunday we had: 0.2 mm

The Evpotranspiration Stuff.

Evapotranspiration is not the same as evaporation. Evapotranspiration is the term used to describe the part of the water cycle which removes liquid water from an area with vegetation and into the atmosphere by the processes of both transpiration and evaporation.

Evaporation occurs when liquid water is converted to water vapour and hence removed from a surface, such as a lake, soil or wet vegetation, into the air. Transpiration occurs when water in plant tissues is lost to the atmosphere, predominantly through the small opening in the leaves of plants and grasses called stomata.

By knowing the rate of water loss from a region farmers will be better placed to efficiently manage the available water for their crop.

[text and explanation source BOM]

  • Today's evpotranspiration : 1.9 mm
  • Last 7 Days : 14.8 mm
  • This month (running) : 14.9 mm

All values are in mm and calculated/recorded locally.