Storms coming of the ranges as seen by the AWN Woody Point Weathercam

Storms West of Brisbane Bring Sunset Lightshow

Posted Friday 27th of March 2015

Storms formed on the Eastern Darling Downs and in the Lockyer Valley yesterday afternoon. The storms were formed by a trough of low pressure along the east coast of Australia. This caused instability and along with the heat and humidity the ingredients were available for storms. While the storms didn’t reach the coast, the did…

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View of the storms approaching from Woody Point a short time ago

Thunderstorms Deliver Heavy Rain in Brisbane, Hail on Darling Downs

Updated Sunday 22nd of March 2015

Severe thunderstorms developed across southern QLD and Northern NSW yesterday(Saturday 21/03/2015). The Gold Coast and Brisbane were hit by a band of storms with heavy rain in the early part of the afternoon, producing widespread flash flooding. Further west, tennis ball sized hail was reported at Chinchilla and Narrabri. In a post on their page,…

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TC Nathan as seen by NASA's Aqua Satellite on 18/03/2015

Severe TC Nathan Makes Landfall as Category 4

Posted Friday 20th of March 2015

After over a week of hovering around in the Coral Sea, Severe Tropical Cyclone Nathan has crossed the coast between Cape Melville and Cape Flattery as a Category 4 system. It passed north of Cooktown, sparing the coastal town the worst of the damage. As of 6am Friday 20th of March, TC Nathan was a…

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Fog as seen from Australian Weathercam Network's Woody Point camera

Foggy Start to the Day In Brisbane

Posted Friday 20th of March 2015

It’s a foggy start to this morning in Brisbane, with much of the city blanketed in thick fog. It’s the first really foggy day of the year. It’s likely the fog won’t last long but will lead to a hot humid day later. The fog today is being caused by cool moist air trapped below…

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