Weather for 2024

As we look ahead to the weather patterns for Dayboro in 2024, let’s explore what the seasons might have in store, blending traditional meteorological insights with a touch of astronomical observation for a unique perspective.
Dayboro Weather 2024

As I look ahead to the weather patterns for Dayboro in 2024, let’s explore what the seasons might have in store, blending traditional meteorological insights with a touch of astronomical observation for a unique perspective.

This outlook for 2024 combines a scientific approach with a hint of celestial influence, providing a unique and engaging perspective on Dayboro’s weather. While enjoyable to consider, for daily weather decisions and safety-related purposes, always refer to the latest forecasts from professional meteorological services. 

I have been collecting weather data here in Dayboro on a 2.5-second interval since 2004, and analyse that data regularly and provide some accurate and inaccurate weather predictions. Some say I am pretty spot on, thanks for that.

Being a facts person at heart, I like science and all the debate about climate change, which so happens is cyclic temperatures rise and fall so does plant food commonly known as CO2.  Recently I dived a bit further into the long-term forecasting, adding another layer on top of it thanks to the introduction of AI. My brain and attention span is not able to do it without the development of AI. This is the Inigo Jones method, I by no means understand it yet, and still learning about it. However, it is not far from the method I have been using which is using Solar Cycles and historical data, and then basing an assumption of weather prediction on that. 

For the localised weather data and forecasts e.g. 10 days out I use existing computer models and gadgets, these forecasts you have seen here since 2004. It is something I build back in the day, I wished I still could do that. The Inigo Jones is just another complexity to that, and for the expert on all things Inigo Jones, you have to visit David Burton on this website

Just remember a forecast is exactly that it is something that MIGHT happen it does not mean it WILL. 

Let’s dive in. 

Let's set the base line.

Summer (December – February). 

I got the data from December and January, February is predicted, you can find that in the Almanac section.  I did it this way to train the model if you like and see if there is some truth in it. I did not give it the data from this summer, only up to autumn. I say it is pretty good using a hybrid of science, GSM and Inigo Jones stuff. 

To be clear I by no means claim I know the Inigo Jones method, there is way more to it than what I ever will understand and David Burton most likely forgotten more than I will ever remember. I am just an old dude with a keyboard…. :-). 

That said mistakes will be made, in particular spelling mistakes. But I am among great as I was told that is normal when using AI… who knew… I am AI LOL. Some folks.. you gotta laugh… :-). 

The summer months are forecasted to be characteristically hot and humid but with an added twist of sporadic, heavy rainfall and potential thunderstorms.

The lunar phases during this period, particularly the full and new moons, traditionally indicate a likelihood of increased rainfall.

Moreover, the positioning of Jupiter may hint at more intense and unpredictable weather events, adding a dramatic flair to the usual summer weather.

  • Prediction: Anticipate hot and humid conditions with sporadic heavy rainfall and possible thunderstorms.
    • Average Temperature High/Low: Summer temperatures often reach highs of 30°C to 35°C, with lows around 20°C to 25°C.
    • Average Rainfall: This is the wettest season, with average monthly rainfall potentially exceeding 150-200 mm.
    • Wind: Summer winds can be stronger, especially during storm events.
    • Dominant Wind Direction: Predominantly northeasterly, though summer storms can bring variable wind directions.
  • Rationale: Summer in Dayboro is typically hot and wet. The lunar phases during this period, especially full and new moons, are traditionally associated with increased rainfall. Planetary positions, particularly of Jupiter, might indicate more intense weather events.
  • Astronomical Observations: Increased solar activity could exacerbate the usual summer heat.
  • Fire Risk: Initially low due to wet conditions, but increased vegetation growth could pose a risk later.
  • Flood Risk: Elevated, particularly during periods of heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.

Autumn 2024 (March - May)

As we transition into autumn, expect milder temperatures and a generally more stable weather pattern. Rainfall might be less frequent than usual, offering a respite after the summer’s intensity.

The calming influence is potentially mirrored in the celestial sphere, with the positions of Saturn and Venus suggesting a reduction in weather extremities.

This period could be ideal for outdoor activities, enjoying the pleasant conditions.

  • Prediction: Likely to experience mild temperatures with occasional rainfall, potentially less than the average.
    • Average Temperature High/Low: Autumn sees milder temperatures, with highs around 20°C to 25°C and lows from 10°C to 15°C.
    • Average Rainfall: Rainfall decreases in autumn, averaging around 50-100 mm per month.
    • Wind: Winds start to become milder in autumn.
    • Dominant Wind Direction: Typically southeasterly to easterly winds are common in autumn.
  • Rationale: Autumn is generally a transition period with milder weather. The positions of Saturn and Venus during this season might suggest a calming of extreme weather patterns.
  • Astronomical Observations: A potential decrease in solar activity during this period could lead to more stable weather conditions.
  • Fire Risk: Generally lower, but drying vegetation from the summer months could still pose a risk.
  • Flood Risk: Reduced, aligning with the expected decrease in rainfall.

Winter 2024 (June - August)

The winter forecast brings a promise of cooler, yet not overly cold, conditions. The planetary arrangements, particularly with Mars, suggest a mild winter, free from extreme cold events.

The lunar cycles during this season are not expected to significantly impact the weather, leading to a relatively steady and predictable winter.

  • Prediction: Expect cooler temperatures, with a lower likelihood of extreme cold events.
    • Average Temperature High/Low: Winter temperatures are cooler, with highs usually around 15°C to 20°C and lows between 5°C to 10°C.
    • Average Rainfall: Winter is the driest season, with monthly averages possibly below 50 mm.
    • Wind: Winds are generally mild in winter.
    • Dominant Wind Direction: Southerly to southeasterly winds are more prevalent in winter.
  • Rationale: Winter in Dayboro is usually mild. Planetary influences, particularly the relative positions of Earth and Mars, might suggest a milder winter without extreme cold snaps.
  • Astronomical Observations: Lunar cycles during this period might not significantly impact weather patterns, leading to a relatively stable winter.
  • Fire Risk: Increased towards the end of the season due to drier conditions.
  • Flood Risk: Generally low due to the lack of significant rainfall.

Spring 2024 (September - November)

In Dayboro, spring could bring increased warmth, aligning with Queensland’s typical dry season that extends from May to October. This period, especially towards the latter part of spring, might experience drier conditions, elevating the risk of bushfires.

The nearing peak of the sunspot cycle suggests heightened solar activity, possibly contributing to these warmer and drier conditions.

Residents should remain vigilant for fire hazards, particularly in areas of dense vegetation, and adhere to local fire safety guidelines.

  • Prediction: Expect cooler temperatures, with a lower likelihood of extreme cold events.
    • Average Temperature High/Low: Historically, temperatures in spring might range from highs of around 25°C to 30°C and lows of 15°C to 20°C.
    • Average Rainfall: Spring rainfall can be variable, but on average, you might expect moderate rainfall, possibly around 50-100 mm per month.
    • Wind: Winds are typically moderate during spring.
    • Dominant Wind Direction: Generally, easterly to northeasterly winds prevail in spring.
  • Rationale: Winter in Dayboro is usually mild. Planetary influences, particularly the relative positions of Earth and Mars, might suggest a milder winter without extreme cold snaps.
  • Astronomical Observations: Lunar cycles during this period might not significantly impact weather patterns, leading to a relatively stable winter.
  • Fire Risk: Elevated, especially as vegetation becomes drier and more flammable towards the end of the season.
  • Flood Risk: Lower, due to the expected drier conditions.

Just a closing thought/statement if you like, thanks to the introduction of AI I have been able to do this. As some might know my brain is not what it used to be and it is getting harder to do what I normally do. It is what it is. AI is just helping me out, BUT it is not a fix for all things. If you do not understand climates, cycles and weather patterns then AI is not going to help you. It will just create rubbish. 

Because of my interest in the climate and about 30-plus years of exposure to all this, I like to think I have a reasonable grasp on it. For the last 10 years or so I have been looking to fix that “itch” that nagging feeling something is off, something is not quite right. This has led me on several paths and into several rabbit holes. 

I would like to publish all that here, BUT because I share this site with the Dayboro Lions, and this site is purely to inform Dayboro Residents I have decided NOT to write about that on this website. I have another one for that that is called the “tradeshack.au“, I am a bit more open about things there when I feel like it. 

What I like to make you aware of is that I generally validate information against three data points from independent sources. Sure we all look at the same info but the interpretation is different. 

What recently started to show is that people like Martin Armstrong who is looking at cycles from an economical viewpoint are also quietly ringing the alarm bell. Things are not looking too good for all of us here on planet Earth, and it has nothing to do with CO2. It is just the phase in the cycle we are in. 

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