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Dry Spell New on Caboolture Weather  -  Live Weather
The dry spell is continuing and CabooltureWeather has now only received 24.8mm of rain in the last three months. Add this to some high temperatures and low humidity and we have had high to very high bushfire risks.

Bush Fire Risk

Today's Fire Risk is High


23 Oct 15.2 23.9
22 Oct 18.9 36.1
21 Oct 18.8 31.6
20 Oct 13.5 38.6
19 Oct 16.1 30.8
18 Oct 12.9 27.5
17 Oct 10.2 32.0

Last Rain Dates

Rain (mm)
22 Oct 0.4
11 Oct 7.8
1 Oct 3.3
30 Sep 2.0
24 Sep 0.5
21 Sep 3.3
19 Sep 5.3

It last rained in Caboolture 2 Days Ago.

Around Australia

Brisbane 19.8 0.0
Sydney 20.3 0.0
Canberra 17.7 0.0
Melbourne 21.8 0.0
Hobart 10.2 0.8
Adelaide 20.5 0.0
Perth 24.1 0.0
Darwin 33.8 0.0

Horn Is. 26.9 0.0
Cairns 23.9 0.8
Mount Isa 37.2 0.0
Townsville 24.3 0.0
Mackay 22.2 0.0
Longreach 30.8 0.0
Gladstone 21.1 0.0
Bundaberg 20.2 0.0
Gold Coast 19.6 0.0

Birdsville, QLD
Hartz Mtns., TAS

Norfolk Is. Apt., NSW

*Rain totals from 9am-9am
*Data imported from BOM

Live Weather - 18:52 AEST      Data    Gauges

  • Live Weather - Caboolture, QLD

    Temperature: 19.8°C (-1.4°C/hour)
    Humidity: 39%
    Dew Point: 5.5°C
    Wind Chill: 19.8°C
    Feels Like : 19.7°C
    Air Pressure: 1018.0hpa (0.3hpa/hour)
    Wind Speed: 4.1Kts (7.6Kph - Light Breeze)
    Wind Direction: 180.0° (S)
    Rain (Since Midnight): 0.0mm (0.0mm /hour)
    Est. Cloud Base: 1787.5m (5864Feet)
    Storms Detected: 0     View Details

  • So Far Today

    Highest Temp: 23.4°C (at 13:46)
    Lowest Temp: 14.6°C (at 05:11)
    Strongest Wind: 22.6Kts (at 12:08)
    Last Rain: 2 Days Ago
    Lightning Strikes: 203 Within ~800Km

Weather Almanac

  • October  2012

    Highest Temp: Graph 38.6°C (20 Oct 2012 - 13:55)
    Lowest Temp: 7.1°C (14 Oct 2012 - 05:15)
    Avg. Max Temp: 28.5°C (Avg. 26.1°C)
    Avg. Min Temp: 13.2°C (Avg. 15.8°C)
    Total Rain: Graph 11.5mm (Avg. 75.4mm)
    Days of Rain: 3 (Avg. 9)
    Highest Ever Rain: 457.1mm (1972)
    Lowest Ever Rain: 1.0mm (1948)
    Strongest Wind: 28.6kts (23 Oct 2012 - 10:05)
    Air Press. Range: 1003.0 - 1030.0hpa

  • Year To Date

    Highest Temp: Graph 40.4°C (9 Jan 2012 - 14:10)
    Lowest Temp: 1.8°C (3 Aug 2012 - 05:20)
    Avg. Temp: 19.0°C (Avg. 19.95°C)
    Wettest Day: 205.0mm (24 Jan 2012)
    Total Rain: Graph 1606.4mm (Avg. 916.1mm)
    Rainy Days: 85 (Avg. 97)
    Strongest Wind: 28.6kts (23 Oct 2012 - 10:05)

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How does the weather affect a person?

As it turned out, the impact of weather conditions on the human body is determined not so much by the magnitude of meteorological elements as by their sharp variability. When it’s a gloomy day, a person may feel bad, want to rest more, or sleep. But when the sun is shining, the weather is calm, then the state of health is fine. If your well-being depends on the weather, then you should follow certain rules in bad weather so as not to harm yourself. And in good weather, you can spend more time outdoors, as well as improve your mood and play Fairspin online casino.

The debate about whether the weather has a direct impact on the human body continues to this day. Everyone knows that the weather has an impact on human health. And not only for physical health, but also for mental health.

Adverse weather factors usually combine with each other, then their negative impact on the body increases many times over. For example, a temperature drop is necessarily accompanied by a drop in atmospheric pressure, which strains the defenses of the human body, reduces its resistance to any impact, including a viral infection. In this case, as a rule, certain chronic diseases worsen: not only cardiac, but also endocrine, neurological, gastrointestinal, etc.

People who lead a sedentary lifestyle and rarely go outdoors, with a high level of stress, with various chronic diseases, react most sharply to weather changes. It has been noted that urban residents are more weather-sensitive than rural ones, since they have a weakening of nervous processes and a relative predominance of excitation processes.

During adverse weather, the state of the body is negatively affected by the relative oxygen deficiency due to a decrease in its partial pressure in the inhaled air and a violation of its absorption by the body. To avoid this, you need to be outdoors more often and longer. It was found that if weather-sensitive people were in the fresh air for more than three hours a day, then the number of days they were unable to work was reduced by 57%.

Tips for weather dependent people

To make it easier to endure the “whims of the weather”, you need to help the body adapt to them. This includes long-term and short-term measures. Short-term events should be held on the eve of future weather changes or on the eve of a magnetic storm.

Each patient, chronically suffering from one or another disease, has an idea about the drugs that “help” him. On these days, it is also necessary to adjust the mode of work, nutrition, rest, physical activity, limit various manipulations and procedures. We must do everything in order not to expose the body of a sick person these days to additional loads.

During this period, it is also useful to use breathing exercises and adaptogens, which improve well-being, increase the energy potential of the body, and help resist infection. Their pharmaceutical tinctures can be added to tea, taken with water, and delicious and healthy decoctions can be prepared from dried plants.

It should be remembered that not only adults suffer from changes in temperature and atmospheric pressure, but also children who are overloaded with lessons, spend a lot of time at computers and TVs, as well as those who have problems with the autonomic and cardiovascular systems or a hereditary predisposition to similar problems.

Temperature drops for them turn into increased fatigue, weakness, mood changes, headache. It is very important at this time not to overload the child with classes, a long stay at the computer and in front of the TV.

Walking and outdoor games in the fresh air, proper nutrition (varied, with a sufficient amount of fruits and vegetables, with the restriction of foods containing sugar, salt and preservatives) are necessary. It is necessary to provide the child with normal sleep and daily routine. You can also support the children's body by using multivitamin complexes.