[The last of yesterday's sunlight reflecting off storm clouds to the east]
A regular sight for us this summer: Storm clouds to the east but little to no rain for us.
The BOM keeps telling us it will rain "in the Flinders", but we're in the Flinders and we've not had a significant, soaking downpour since October last year.
[Our weather forecase for this week: A big "maybe"!]
The rainwater tanks are empty: If it doesn't rain this week we will need to start thinking about either trucking water in, or arranging for a plumber to switch the house onto mains water supply. A $400 SA Water bill means we're incredibly reluctant to do the latter.
[The satellite picture for today: These can be deceiving]
Being a La Niña season, we would normally get summer rains, but this year we've missed out. We've got the humidity, but not the rain. To the north, east, west and south it has rained, but we've remained dry in our odd little bubble.