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#16
This winter thing is hectic - its like only 21 degrees here in Durban in the SW is gunning at an almighty 7km/h.

Gotta luv Durbs :eusa_dance: :eusa_dance: :eusa_dance:
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#17
Let me start.

Not so much of liking Josvanheerden right now.

Wind is screaming outside - just ripped part of the roof of a little junior school across from the parking lot where I'm working
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#18
Me thinks the OBS needs to be dusted off this weekend... :eusa_think:

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#19
Jim_From_Zim Wrote:Me thinks the OBS needs to be dusted off this weekend... :eusa_think:

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And here I wanted to hit Theewaters tomorrow on my pontoon :eusa_wall:
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#20
We've been enjoying an Indian summer on the Border for the past week.

Complete turnaround predicted from tomorrow and for the rest of next week. Also wanted to try out my new fishin' pole - so much for that theory :eusa_wall:
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#21
Hmmm Pitching practice this weekend methinks
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#22
hahaahaha, Floatie you made my weekend, that should have been posted under the heading "another Friday funny".
if you got in at the club house with your pontoon tomorrow I suggest you get someone to meet you at the dam wall it should take you around 4 minutes from the club to the wall:eusa_pray: :lol:
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#23
Was reading now that Chapman's Peak was temporarily closed due to wind speeds approaching 110km/h!!
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#24
It is bucketing down in Cape Town at the moment. I think we are going to see serious high water at Rietvlei close the Tableview area.

Quite a few roads have been flooded already and on they way home there was a lot of standing water so one had to take it very easy...

...not much fishing available I'm afraid...
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#25
Nav, over 20mm of rain so far and its only been raining a couple hours.
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Brenden Wrote:hahaahaha, Floatie you made my weekend, that should have been posted under the heading "another Friday funny".
if you got in at the club house with your pontoon tomorrow I suggest you get someone to meet you at the dam wall it should take you around 4 minutes from the club to the wall:eusa_pray: :lol:


I'll be fishing tomorrow, not sure where yet, busy deciding for the last hour.

Wonder if poortjieskloof dam is a option?
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#27
I don't know what you guys are on about,

I'm off for a nice sunny fishing trip today here in KZN Wink
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#28
Part 3...

Actually, the main front has moved off to the SE of the country, just out of the picture below. But as you were all incorrectly taught at school, the front doesn't bring rain. The back of the front brings rain actually, hence the rain in the WC once the front passes as in this case. Any guesses why?
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#29
2 reasons - the air after a front is colder and dryer that before the front. Also, the wind switches after the front and in our case thats north westish no? Something like that....
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#30
I would say warmer air with moisture in front of the cold front rises and clouds from which cause rain behind the cold front because of the cooler air behind.
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