World News – AU – Very dangerous storms hit Bribie Island while wild weather continued in southeast Queensland


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According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), Redcliffe and areas north of Brisbane encountered very dangerous storms just before 3pm on Monday afternoon).

For several hours, a series of storm cells moved through southeast Queensland, west of Gympie in the north to the inland border.

The first cell hit Caboolture and areas north of Brisbane when a separate cell moved further south towards Stanthorpe.

The parts list stated that at 14. Very dangerous storms were detected at 55 o’clock near Redcliffe, Brighton, Scarborough, the waters of Deception Bay, Beachmere and Bribie Island.

On two lots on Bribie Island, wild winds sent trampolines flying over suburban backyards, one of which was pulling out a border fence.

The bill of materials said a gust of wind up to 93 kilometers per hour was observed in Dalby at 4:26 pm.

At 4:50 PM, severe storms were detected near Maroochydore and Caloundra, hitting Noosa Heads and areas around Gympie at 5:30 PM.

Cells north of Brisbane continued to emerge well into the evening, and at 8:02 p.m. the bill of materials issued another storm warning for Gympie.

But further north it didn’t rain on Fraser Island, where a large bushfire broke through more than 82. 000 hectares of scrubland has burned.

The bill of materials stated that at Woodford, northwest of Brisbane, hail had been reported 2 to 3 centimeters.

A pizzeria in Woodford had to close due to water damage in the store.

There is a broader storm warning for parts of the northern goldfields and Upper Flinder, Wide Bay Burnett, Maranoa and Warrego, Darling Downs and Granite Belt, the southeast coast, and the central Highlands and Coalfields.

Before the storms, Brisbane Airport measured a relative humidity of 78 percent today and at Cape Moreton it was 84 percent.

On Monday at 8:00 p.m., Energex announced that 22. 017 customers in southeast Queensland were without power, including 2. 307 in Maleny, 1. 783 in Bongaree, 1. 325 in Nambour and 1. 148 in Maroochydore, 818 in Logan Central and 807 in Alexandra Headland.

Earlier, meteorologist James Thompson had said the bill of materials expected the Sunshine Coast, Wide Bay and areas on the New South Wales-Queensland border to be hardest hit by storms.

« We are seeing the hot weather continue for the next few days in heatwave conditions for both north and east Queensland, » Thompson said.

He said a cold change is expected on Tuesday and later in the week.

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« We see the tropics become more active when a tropical wave moves into the Queensland and Australia region.

« This means that from next week on, increased rainfall is a risk as tropical weather and moisture enter the Queensland region.

« Storms are likely to shift northwards [on Tuesday] towards Capricorn and the mid-coast, with rain remaining a risk if thunderstorms form in east Queensland and even the tropical peninsula tomorrow. « 

He said the fire hazard in Queensland is still very high and is moving to the southeast as well.

« We see very high fire hazards for the southeast coast district with drier wind conditions in the region. We will then see that the cool change will moderate the fire risk from Wednesday.

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