General 2022 Warriors vs Titans TRIAL GAME 2

Things have got a lot worse…

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Damn dude I hope you have steps to walk down to the pool and the jetty.

Any danger of it getting to your house?

Seen people from my home town from different parts of Queensland posting shots of the rain. A good thing a lot of the Queensland villas are built up off the ground. Not good for anything you may have under the house if the rain can get to it.
 
And if this isn't connected to global warming I don't know what will.

I grew up on the West Coast of the South Island, spent my first 10 years there in Cobden, which is over the Greymouth bridge. We used to fall asleep with rain hitting the roof, and this was like at 5 p.m at night in my younger days.

Now I know the West Coast is infamous for it's rain, but last few years it hasn't had much not that I know I have only been back over the years for day trips (visiting my mothers grave).

Anyway the last 2 to 3 years the weather has gotten way worse. Look at Buller. They've had it real bad in the last 6 months. And they aren't far from Greymouth.

Spending the other half of my childhood in Alexandra, when the Clutha river started flooding, the bottom half of town got flooded. Apparently they fixed that up but it still floods but not as bad as it once did. But I can remember the local swimming pool went underwater a few times which is why they moved it to the other end of Alex, higher up.

It's global warming, it's only going to get worse if we don't sort it out soon.
 
Morning mate hope you survived the night. Rained out and no power here in Nth BNE. Rain gauge hit 800mm since Friday lunch time before we lost power. Hope you and yours are ok.
nah we're fine mate- still a couple of meters till it could get in the house- pools farked but oh well- first world problems.
you're situation sounds a lot worse 🥺 hope youre alright? seems to be settling down a bit up there now?
 
Damn dude I hope you have steps to walk down to the pool and the jetty.

Any danger of it getting to your house?

Seen people from my home town from different parts of Queensland posting shots of the rain. A good thing a lot of the Queensland villas are built up off the ground. Not good for anything you may have under the house if the rain can get to it.

yeah there is a lot of old queenslanders (houses on stilts) up brissy way.
i dont think theres any danger of it making the house 🤞and dont have much down below- had to rescue the kayaks as they were a float and close to going over the fence.
fair to say the games off.
 
And if this isn't connected to global warming I don't know what will.

I grew up on the West Coast of the South Island, spent my first 10 years there in Cobden, which is over the Greymouth bridge. We used to fall asleep with rain hitting the roof, and this was like at 5 p.m at night in my younger days.

Now I know the West Coast is infamous for it's rain, but last few years it hasn't had much not that I know I have only been back over the years for day trips (visiting my mothers grave).

Anyway the last 2 to 3 years the weather has gotten way worse. Look at Buller. They've had it real bad in the last 6 months. And they aren't far from Greymouth.

Spending the other half of my childhood in Alexandra, when the Clutha river started flooding, the bottom half of town got flooded. Apparently they fixed that up but it still floods but not as bad as it once did. But I can remember the local swimming pool went underwater a few times which is why they moved it to the other end of Alex, higher up.

It's global warming, it's only going to get worse if we don't sort it out soon.
Good post. I live in the Buller and we have had some weather "bombs" in the last six months. Growing up here the weather was generally worse further down the coast. Things are certainly changing!!!
 
yeah there is a lot of old queenslanders (houses on stilts) up brissy way.
i dont think theres any danger of it making the house 🤞and dont have much down below- had to rescue the kayaks as they were a float and close to going over the fence.
fair to say the games off.
Yeah bro, even if the ground at Cbus was okay to play tonight I’m not sure how the boys would get there with so many road closures.
 

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Yeah bro, even if the ground at Cbus was okay to play tonight I’m not sure how the boys would get there with so many road closures.
i was going to say, can they get on a bus and drive to, IDK qld geography, somewhere with some elevation and a decent ground? not that it would help the fanz, probably wouldn't be able to be broadcasted in time.
 
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