This time last week we were in Noosa.
The locals thought it was cold but 20 – 24 degrees suited us perfectly for four days of walking, biking and reading.
That was there and then.
Here and now we’re back home and the forecasters were right:
|09:00–12:00||9°||17.3 mm||Near gale, 14 m/s from south-southwest|
|12:00–18:00||9°||27.8 mm||Near gale, 16 m/s from south|
|18:00–00:00||8°||29.9 mm||Near gale, 15 m/s from south|
|00:00–06:00||8°||19.2 mm||Near gale, 14 m/s from south|
|06:00–12:00||8°||10.0 mm||Near gale, 14 m/s from south-southwest|
|12:00–18:00||7°||0.7 mm||Strong breeze, 13 m/s from south-southwest|
|18:00–00:00||6°||0 mm||Fresh breeze, 10 m/s from south-southwest|
|00:00–06:00||6°||0 mm||Moderate breeze, 6 m/s from west-southwest|
|06:00–12:00||2°||0 mm||Light breeze, 3 m/s from west-northwest|
|12:00–18:00||7°||0 mm||Light breeze, 3 m/s from north-northwest|
|18:00–00:00||5°||0 mm||Gentle breeze, 4 m/s from north|
It’s not perfect timing for the calves which have started to arrive.
Here’s hoping the forecasters are right that it will be improving by Sunday.
P.S. – that forecast is from YR, a Norwegian service which we’ve found to be very accurate.