BSCH Stormcast Image for 11/12/2014 at 7pm

Storms Likely on the South East Queensland Coast Today

Posted Thursday 11th of December 2014

There’s a good chance of thunderstorms in Brisbane and on the South East Queensland coastline today. Both the Bureau of Meteorology and Weatherzone are forecasting thunderstorms for Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast. Forecast models indicate that the storms may be later in the afternoon this time. See the BSCH Stormcast chart below. Keep…

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Strong Cell north of Logan with a Backshear Anvil

Amazing Gold Coast Shelf Cloud on Another SEQLD Storm Day

Posted Tuesday 9th of December 2014

Severe thunderstorms developed in South East Queensland again this afternoon(Tuesday). Storms first started forming on the Eastern Darling Downs around lunch time, before moving east. The storms split to the north and south of Brisbane, but severe cells developed on the Border Ranges before moving north into the Gold Coast. The Gold Coast cell produced…

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BSCH Stormcast Storm Probabilities for 4pm

More Storms Likely in South East Queensland Today in Replay of Yesterday

Posted Tuesday 9th of December 2014

Today’s forecast models look fairly similar to yesterday. Instability isn’t quite so strong as it was on Monday, with CAPE values of around 1500-1800 as compared with yesterday’s 3000. Otherwise the shear looks very similar, as does the moisture profile. Keep an eye out for BOM Storm Warnings later this afternoon!

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Heavy Rain over the city, view from Australian Weathercam Network Mt Cootha Camera

Band of Storms Drops Heavy Rain Across South East Queensland

Posted Monday 8th of December 2014

Storms developed on the Eastern Darling Downs and in the Lockyer Valley today(Monday) in the late part of the morning. The storms eventually formed long band of multiple cells surrounded by rain areas, which swept into the Brisbane area from the West North West around 3pm.   The band split as it approached the Brisbane…

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