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Sophie Schulz With Umbrella Down  TBW Newsgroup

Agriculture sector adapts to unusual weather patterns

THE Limestone Coast agricultural sector is preparing to adapt to the impacts of unusual weather patterns in recent weeks as an early cold snap...
Wilson Leinbhardted20200520  TBW Newsgroup

Early taste of winter for Millicent

WINTER does not officially start until Sunday, but a front bringing showers will be expected in Millicent until tomorrow. Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Jenny...
David Galpin  TBW Newsgroup

Solid season break to lay foundation for bumper Limestone Coast season

PENOLA and district received some welcome rain last week, with rainwater tanks filling and pastures turning a deeper shade of green. More than 22mm was...
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Climatologist warns of rainfall decline

A NATIONAL climatologist has warned rainfall in the Lower South East is "dropping off a cliff" with climate change labelled the main culprit. Bureau of...
Maddie Mcgrath  TBW Newsgroup

Farmers hope for heavy rain

FARMERS across the region are hopeful the heavens will open this spring, despite all signs pointing to a drier than average season nationwide. It follows...
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‘Moonbow’ phenomenon captured by bureau camera

LIMESTONE Coast residents who were awake early yesterday morning were treated to a rare weather event when a "moonbow" - or lunar rainbow...
Malachi, Brodie, Paige, Mallory, Sasha  TBW Newsgroup

Downpour brings welcome relief from dry conditions

A CRACK of lightning and rumble of thunder yesterday afternoon signalled what is hoped to be the start of a much-needed season break for...

Mercury rising

AN alarming new report released today shows Mount Gambier is expected to experience a dramatic rise in the number of extreme heat days unless...

Heat stress for primary producers

THE Mount Gambier district's fluctuating weather patterns over summer have played havoc with some sections of the agricultural industry, according to pork and honey...

Residents seek shade as summer weather strikes

FROM scooping up ice cream to cruising to the coast, South East residents were scurrying for shade yesterday as peak summer weather scorched the...

South East drenched despite dry forecast

WHILE the Bureau of Meteorology has predicted a generally warm and dry winter, it seems the clouds above the South East did not receive the memo last week[...]

Dairy industry relieved

THE Australian dairy industry looks to have normalised, with a decent seasonal outlook and better farmgate prices encouraging increased production according to the latest...

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Curtains close in Penola… for now

THIS year is one of only a handful the Penola Players have not filled the Rymill Hall with its traditional warmth and laughter through...