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Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria
A stubborn high pressure system over the Bight barely moves over the next week. It may take till Friday week to move east of ! Classic pattern for lengthy anticyclonic gloom (cloudy) in the south and below average temperatures.
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Susan B May 15
Replying to @BOM_Vic
We named our budgie Cloudy, AKA 'anticyclonic gloom'. 😄
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Susan B May 15
Replying to @BOM_Vic
He's very talkative, cheerful and named for the cloud-like markings on his chest (unless molting = definitely 'anticyclonic gloom').
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Deplorable 😱 36 in a row Turnbull MUST GO May 15
Replying to @BOM_Vic
The classic "blocking high"
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Tom Hallam May 16
What used to be the typical summer pattern
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Marc Gluskie May 21
Replying to @BOM_Vic
hey Can you please tell me what causes the 'gloom' effect?? is it the southerly airflow rising as it reaches land over victoria? And why are the showers only minimal although there is a moist southerly flow?? thank you!
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