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THE CHRONICLE, Tuesday, October 4 2011 - 13
Wild winds blow water from the Captain Cook Fountain across a choppy
Lake Burley Griffin on Thursday.
Picture: Elesa Lee
Weather not so wet and wild
CANBERRANS could have been
forgiven for wondering where spring
went after freezing winds and rain
lashed the Territory last week.
Canberrans braced for a major
thunderstorm on Wednesday but
only minor damage was recorded.
The ACT State Emergency
Service and ACT Fire Brigade
received a total of five calls for help
following the wet and windy weather
conditions. Angle Crossing in
Tuggeranong was temporarily closed
due to flooding.
Weatherzone meteorologist Josh
Fisher said the temperatures for
September had averaged a minimum
3 degrees and a maximum
Despite one-off rain incidents
during the month the Territory
recorded half the amount of rain as
This year Canberra received
32.6mm while last year 63.8mm of
rain fell during the same time.
Mr Fisher attributed this to the La
Nina weather pattern that dumped
large amounts of rain during Spring
He said as this weather pattern was
now at a low it was expected that
rainfall in October would be average.
“Compared to last year it will be a
fairly calm spring,” Mr Fisher said.
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