Pedestrian Tunnel Under Nundah Station

Major Flash Flooding Event Paralyses Brisbane and South East QLD

Posted Saturday 2nd of May 2015

On Friday 1/05/2015 an East Coast Low brought heavy rainfall to the Brisbane and South East Queensland coast area with more than 100mm falling in the space of a few hours during the afternoon. The result was flash flooding at multiple locations with roads cut, houses and cars flooded and overall complete traffic gridlock. The…

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Cloud being produced by troughs and a developing East Coast Low on 30/04/2015

South East Queensland’s Turn for an ECL

Posted Thursday 30th of April 2015

Last week Sydney got hit by torrential rain from an East Coast Low, with major flash flooding in the Sydney basin and Hunter Valley. This week it’s our turn in South East Queensland, with some predictions indicating there may be up to 400mm in places between the early hours of Thursday and Saturday morning. The…

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Low Pressure System and Trough as seen Monday 20/04/2015. Image Couresy NASA WorldView

Low Pressure System Pounds Sydney, NSW

Posted Tuesday 21st of April 2015

A strong low pressure system is bringing wild weather to Sydney and coastal areas of New South Wales today. The system also brought yesterday’s(Monday’s) rain on the NSW north coast and in South East Queensland. The low has passed over the Sydney area and is now offshore and directing strong winds into the Sydney basin.…

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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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