What's happening to the weather?
What is happening to the weather?
Jim Morrison's rainfall data for 2017 shows three months without rainfall sufficient to flow into rain water tanks.
August's rainfall was 87 per cent below average.
This is the first time since January 2014 the Peninsula has experienced a flat line rainfall trend.
What is the significance of this changing weather pattern?
The bore field that was used to supplement water supply has not been "topped up" in three months.
What's ahead for 2017, umbrellas or sunscreen?
Daily water consumption and water resources could soon be an issue for the Council and councillors.
Will there be a difference of opinion between the southern and northern councillors?
Jim Morrison's rainfall data is now of greater interest.
Letter, 6 Sep 2017
Norman Harris, Umina
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