Australian Weathercam Network camera at Marburg caught this CG around 7:28pm.

Short Lived Pulse Cells on Border Ranges

Posted Monday 19th of January 2015

It’s been a slow start to the year storm wise in South East Queensland. Yesterday although storms were mentioned in the forecast it was a quite marginal set up. Ultimately only two weak cells formed. One formed west of Coolangatta around lunch time, lasting about 30 minutes. A second one formed on sunset and lasted…

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Heavy Shower Over Southern Moreton Bay from the Australian Weathercam Network Point Halloran camera

Gusty Coastal Showers Bring Good Rainfall to Brisbane

Posted Tuesday 6th of January 2015

On Monday 5/1/2015 the Brisbane area and South East coast of Queensland was hit by a series of coastal showers throughout the day. Some of these showers reached orange or red on radar, dumping very heavy rain in their path. This produced some impressive rainfall totals. The highest rainfall total was at Mt Gravatt, with…

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Anvil on cell near Highvale at about 1:30PM

New Year’s Eve Pulse Cells

Updated Thursday 1st of January 2015

Low speed steering winds are producing the conditions for pulse cells in South East Queensland today. Already a number of large impressive looking pulse cells have formed before anvilling out and dying. A pulse cell is a storm that forms quickly and dies out quickly. Wind shear is an important ingredient for long lived powerful…

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