Hi and welcome to the Dayboro Weather Ramblings, by a non qualified Dayboro Resident. No need to be special or funny about it, I do not know the humulus from a cumulus. There is a dedicated website in relation to dayboro weather and weather forecasts. I know this because I run it.
So why this page you ask?
The Dayboro Weather page has all the details, numbers, statistics and the weather forecasts. It lacks the back ground information in relation to the numbers. I like to write about the weather once and a while, just a bit of Dayboro Weather rambling. Carrying on about the Dayboro Rainfall, Dayboro fire danger and the Dayboro Temperature. Once in a while I put some long term forecasts in.
The temperature in Dayboro is on the rise, not so much because of Climate Change (I am not a fan of the term Global Warming). The temperature rise in Dayboro is because of the increase in heat storage units. Heat storage units are:
- Roads in and around Dayboro
- Increase in buildings, bricks store heat you know.
- Decrease in green pastures, although more trees are planted.
Increase in the Dayboro Temperature causes Heat Stress.
Rainfall in Dayboro is also on the decline, it is never been to flash as it is. Dayboro is located in a bowl, surrounded by the mountain ranges. These mountain ranges keep the rain away, rain storms tend to dump the rain before the mountain rainges.
Having said that, the rain can cause some localised flooding in the area. There is a lot of run off from Mt. Mee and all that rain is funneled through the local creeks heading into dayboro.