Martin's Weekly Weather ReportMonday 8 Jul, 2019 - Sunday 14 Jul, 2019
Australia's most respected Meteorologist, Martin Babakian has the latest Weather Information.
Martin predicts a drier than average July and August.
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Stepped Leader Lightning is a hazardous and menacing lightning - find out more by clicking here
Fire Danger Information from NSW Rural Fire Service - Click Here
video covers rainfall, streamflow and temperature for the next three months and beyond.
Please note our ENSO Tracker is updated every two weeks. Check www.bom.gov.au/climate/enso/tracker to see its current status.
Summary of El Nino in Australia click here
Official status of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation CLICK HERE
Education web-link -
CSIRO offers science programs and resources for schools, special events around Australia and a great range of at-home science for all ages - Click here
Global Warming -
Your questions answered - Click HereFor a comprehensive picture of climate science, and a complete review of global warming and climate change, please see “Earth Observatory Global Warming Fact-sheet below. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/GlobalWarming/
NASA Earth science research Browse all questions
Ten deadly weather signs
This is of great interest to and a great tool for:
- SES Personal
- Local Goverment
Because of the complexity of the atmosphere processes and the impossibility of taking into account every scale of motion in the atmosphere, it is rare that a forecast can be made with absolute certainty. The forecast is always a statement of the most probable outcome based on the available data and computer model output.
Weather is a complicated combination of factors. Knowing whether enough factors are present to produce severe conditions is very difficult, and those conditions can change quickly. This is why it is so important for you to be prepared for a range of possible weather scenarios, to understand your local area operations vulnerabilities, and to make sure all your information is up-to-date
You will develop the skill needed to visualise a complete weather situation.
Understand its causes and evolution.
Anticipate the occurrence of weather hazards.
You should be able to make a clear and informed decision based on the weather analysis.
Articles and Resources
El Niño–Southern Oscillation expected to remain neutral through winter
In the tropical Pacific, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral—neither El Niño nor La Niña. All climate models indicate the tropical Pacific Ocean will continue to warm slowly, but temperatures will remain close to average through the southern hemisphere winter. - CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Extended Weather Outlook for Farming Industry by Martin Babakhan December 2017
Read this special report which looks at the domino effect of environmental and atmospheric factors that drive the globe to wetter, hotter, drier and colder extremes.
Using Decision Support Tools To Manage Climate Risk - by martin babakhan
Click Here for full presentation.
Extreme Fire Behaviour
Extreme fire behavior results when several of the components of the fire environment interact to cause the rate of spread of the fire to increase by 60 times or greater.
Situations in which abundant fuels with sufficiently low moisture values are located on a steep slope and combine with strong winds and unstable atmospheric conditions can lead to extreme fire behavior.
Each of the conditions can potentially increase fire behavior, so when all of these conditions occur at the same time, the potential danger increases significantly. For more...click here
Putting climate services into the farmers' hands - New Video
As an ‘El Niño’ climate event heats up in the Pacific, the spotlight is on how we can prepare for the weather and climate shifts that may be in store. The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a kind of pendulum in the global climate system, swinging back and forth on a 2-7 year cycle, bringing drought to some areas of the globe and heavy rains to others. The ENSO cycle is a major reason why scientists can make forecasts of rainfall and temperature several months ahead of time, known as the seasonal timescale. The stronger the ENSO ‘signal’ in a given year, the more reliable the forecast will be.
While the potential for climate services is great, they don’t yet reach most of the farmers who need them. Key challenges confront efforts to put climate services into farmers’ hands.
Our Changing Planet- A Report to the American nation
A publication of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
IPCC warns climate chaos will worsen, harming Australia's economy - Read this article from the SMH via this LINK
Sharing weather observations online just got easier. WOW — the Weather Observations Website — is a free online weather community for you to view and share real-time weather information and photos. Click Here
Three Element Energy Ethanol Plant Enzymatic Technology - Martin Babakhan explains, Click for Presentation
PARTICULATES AND HEALTH - Click here for article from Martin
Please click the link below for presentations for our youth in Gloucester.
1. Climate change and the Red Cross / Red Crescent presentation
- What’s happening?
- How does it affect us?
- What can we do?
2. Youth on move: What is climate change?
3. Fragile Earth magazine
Climate Change Children's Book - Click Here
Climate Change Book for Youth aged 10 to 14 Here
Thermal Comfort and Stress- Heat Index or Apparent Temperature module for your attention: 1.One measure of thermal comfort which is commonly used is the Apparent Temperature. 2.This is dependent on the temperature, relative humidity and wind speed as well as the clothing worn by a person. 3.We can issued thermal comfort and stress advised for the community to drink plenty of water when this index exceeded 38C.
Fire Weather Forecasting
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Australian Air Mass
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Hidden Dangers of Killer Lightning. Click here to read the article