Sunset Illuminated Anvil from Kalbar at around 6:30PM

Small but Impressive Looking Storms Form Friday Afternoon

Posted Saturday 22nd of November 2014

As expected yesterday no storms reached the coast in South East Queensland or Brisbane. Lots of great little storm cells did form and produce lots of lightning however. These types of isolate storms often produce some of the most spectacular images, particularly around sunset where rays of coloured light can illuminate updrafts or anvil features.…

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BSCH CAPE Atmospheric Instability Chart

Friday 21/11/2014 Forecast Discussion

Posted Friday 21st of November 2014

Storms are again in the official forecasts for South East Queensland today. The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting storms for western areas, particularly Beaudesert, Ipswich, Toowoomba and other inland locations. Weatherzone also goes for inland storms today. The BSCH Stormcast Storm Probability chart shows a broad area where storms are likely to occur, including along…

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BSCH Stormcast Storm Probabilities for Thursday 20/11/2014

Are we in for a Repeat of Yesterday’s Severe Storms?

Posted Thursday 20th of November 2014

Yesterday saw a huge amount of rainfall in a short period of time that paralysed Brisbane’s rail network and brought winds that knocked down trees. Are we in for a repeat of yesterday’s severe storms today? Forecasts for today indicate it’s much less likely for Brisbane to have storms today. Storms are more likely to…

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Dark Storm clouds approach Woody Point

Severe Storms Produce Major Flash Flooding, Strong Winds in Brisbane

Updated Thursday 20th of November 2014

Widespread storms developed across South East Queensland yesterday afternoon(Wednesday 19/11/2014). Several severe storm cells developed including one which formed near Darlington and moved North North East across the city dumping a huge amount of rain. Another severe storm developed south of Crows Nest and moved through Esk, Kilcoy and onwards to the Sunshine Coast. Are we…

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