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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by steve » Thu 01 Sep 2011 9:36 am

MickinMoulden wrote:I'd like to kick off with one I know will be beaten because I don't have lots of wind.....
Highest Daily Wind Run
I think I'll probably hold this one.

Highest Daily Wind Run 1155.9 miles (1860 km) on 22 September 2009

That's equivalent to an average speed of 48 mph (77 kph) for the day.
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by mcrossley » Thu 01 Sep 2011 9:42 am

That will take some beating Steve. Yesterday mine was 0.0 miles, do I get the lowest wind run record? One 0.8mph gust all day - which may have been a bird!

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by MickinMoulden » Sun 04 Sep 2011 1:13 pm

You got me there guys. Steve, your wind speed is amazing! I see your about 59 degree's north, and going by by new book for Father's Day "The Complete book of Australian Weather", it say's that at 40 degree's north (and south), they call the Roaring Fourties due to it's nature of being the windiest. I couldn't imagine it being faster than what you got, or else there wouldn't be any houses there! Ha Ha :lol:

OK, I can beat you with this one Steve:
Lowest Humidity: 10%. It flat lined. I thought I remembered reading the manual saying that it would go from 1% to 99%. But apparantly not. (Official reading at BOM reached 9%)
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by southhedlandweather » Wed 21 Sep 2011 11:04 am

well i live in port hedland, western australia, australia's most Tropical Cyclone prone area. so be ready for your records to be beaten!!!!

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by steve » Wed 21 Sep 2011 11:09 am

southhedlandweather wrote:Tropical Cyclone prone area.
Ah, that's cheating :lol:
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by MickinMoulden » Wed 21 Sep 2011 11:38 am

southhedlandweather wrote:well i live in port hedland, western australia, australia's most Tropical Cyclone prone area. so be ready for your records to be beaten!!!!

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We'll brew them up here and send them your way like last year. OK? :D
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by southhedlandweather » Thu 22 Sep 2011 5:32 am

Deal!

here is hoping for a good cat 5 crossing not direct hit on hedland but just outside

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by MickinMoulden » Fri 14 Oct 2011 10:50 am

Going for Highest Dew Point:
26.8 C
and Highest inside temp:
36.2 C (outside 37.2)
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by MickinMoulden » Sun 16 Oct 2011 10:43 am

Had a storm come over today, but silly me hadn't weather proofed my 15 meter extension so as soon as the rain hit I lost all wind speed and direction. Woops. However, it means the dry spell is over and I can put in my Longest Consecutive Dry Period: 161 days.
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by robynfali » Tue 29 Nov 2011 10:19 pm

My Highest Wind Run record has just been broken, now heading to day 6 of constant 30mph + wind speeds, gusts nearing 50mph on some days, and my new record so far today is 567 miles!

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by robynfali » Wed 30 Nov 2011 12:19 am

Wind Run 604.6 miles  

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by Super-T » Wed 30 Nov 2011 2:36 am

My record shows:-
Highest Daily Wind Run 746.2 km on 03 October 2011
A windy spring start.

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by PaulMy » Wed 30 Nov 2011 3:17 am

Not bigger than yours, but still a new record for here - 56.6 mm rainfall today

and good it wasn't snow...
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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by robynfali » Wed 30 Nov 2011 8:33 am

Super-T wrote:My record shows:-
Highest Daily Wind Run 746.2 km on 03 October 2011
A windy spring start.

I must admit i had to find an online conversion for that, mine sounds more impressive in Km than miles

972km

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Re: Mine’s Bigger than Yours

Post by Super-T » Thu 01 Dec 2011 12:52 am

I forgot how backward you lot over there :-)
I still always covert fuel consumption to MPG.

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