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Offline Taipan

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Re: QLD and NE NSW rain event 18- 25 sept 2010
« Reply #15 on: 24 September 2010, 08:01:08 AM »
Hey Guys,
Hope all is well. Have just noticed storms going up in southern central Qld (St. George and surrounds) with a STW issued for that area. Also noticed storms going up in northern NSW (Boggabri and surrounds).

Cheers,
Chris.

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Re: QLD and NE NSW rain event 18- 25 sept 2010
« Reply #16 on: 24 September 2010, 10:52:14 AM »
The storm warning issued for central QLD from BOM is

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
for DAMAGING WIND

For people in parts of the Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders, Northwest, Central Highlands and Coalfields, Central West, Maranoa and Warrego and Darling Downs and Granite Belt Forecast Districts.

Issued at 3:49 pm Thursday, 23 September 2010.

Severe thunderstorms are likely to produce damaging winds in the warning area over the next several hours. Locations which may be affected include Roma, Longreach, Winton, Isisford, Barcaldine, Mitchell, Tambo, Blackall and Evesham Station.

Wind guts of about 85 km/hr was recorded at St George Airport earlier this afternoon.




Its also a little exciting to see possible storms on the forecast for Brisbane

Monday        A shower or two, possible thunderstorm    Min 17    Max 26
Tuesday       A few showers, possible thunderstorm    Min 17    Max 27



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Re: QLD and NE NSW rain event 18- 25 sept 2010
« Reply #17 on: 25 September 2010, 04:23:34 AM »
And yet another warning went up for the region surrounding Gunnedah briefly yesterday afternoon. Interesting to see the boundary interaction as cells developed - some to the south and others towards Narrabri.

The Gunnedah radar is getting a bit of a workout early in the season.

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