Did you know that about twice a day there are radiosondes (a big weather balloon) released at around the same time? They go up into the air and through the troposphere (the lowest of 13-16 km into the atmosphere were our weather occurs) and it measures temperature, wind, air pressure, wind speed and direction. This information is transmitted to weather station then it goes on TV. Through the radar, I know the weather for the whole week. Friday 11th may= partly cloudy scattered showers, winds are west to northerly, overnight temperatures vary between 6 degrees and 10 degrees and daytime temperatures are 12 degrees and 16 degrees. Did you know? The moon and sun affect the tides because of the gravitational pull. 2-10 Fly [Super Clean Version].m4a A Few years ago there was a tragedy on the 3rd February 2011 called cyclone yasi. It was a category 5. It smashed through north Queensland in the region around Cardwell and Tully. It is estimated to have cost around 3.6 billion dollars in damage.