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Offline Harley Pearman

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Storms NE NSW and SE Queensland - 27/9/2006
« on: 28 September 2006, 07:33:42 AM »
Hello all

If you look at the radars at 1.30 pm. A cluster of thunderstorms in NE NSW and SE Queensland and one severe storm SE of Toowoomba. All moving east towards the Brisbane area.

The first of the season. There are even severe thunderstorm alerts for large hail on one or 2 cells in a few areas in the vicinity of the storms.

This indicates the seasons are now changing.

I had a look earlier and suspected that there would be some activity in NE NSW today. The first of many hopefully.


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Re: Storms NE NSW and SE Queensland - 27/9/2006
« Reply #1 on: 28 September 2006, 09:11:41 AM »
Hi Harley,

Yep, some ok storms up there atm amongst a rain band - not much lightning though it seems. Apparently very electrically active storms around Moree last night. We'll see if we can get some lightning off the coast tonight!
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Re: Storms NE NSW and SE Queensland - 27/9/2006
« Reply #2 on: 28 September 2006, 01:34:24 PM »
Harley, We had a good storm this afternoon on the sunshine coast with another on the way now.It`s good to be back in storm season.
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Re: Storms NE NSW and SE Queensland - 27/9/2006
« Reply #3 on: 29 September 2006, 01:22:28 AM »
The strongest storm which was probably the main reason for the warning in the NWS&P region formed before noon east of Coonamble and eventaully died on its was to Warwick seven hours later - not a bad track. This cell was separate from the mainly squall line type activity near the coast.

Where I live near Lismore we had some activity mainly between noon and 2pm.  Copped 13mm in 7mins from the first storm and a total of 28mm for the day. Only a couple of lightning flashes in the evening.

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Re: Storms NE NSW and SE Queensland - 27/9/2006
« Reply #4 on: 02 October 2006, 03:21:01 AM »
Hi Everyone.
Pleased to meet you all!

We've just written a short report about a little LP supercell that developed near Narrabri on the NSW north nest slopes and plains on Wednesday the 27th. It was just at sunset and there was no real flanking line so my mate Chris got some nice photos. Unfortunately the wide-angle lense ruined the close-ups though.

It's here:
http://narrabriweather.net/events/27Sep2006.html

Best wishes,
  Dave

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Re: Storms NE NSW and SE Queensland - 27/9/2006
« Reply #5 on: 02 October 2006, 05:07:25 PM »
Hi David,

Your welcome! Thanks for the report.

Feel free to post pictures in here as well at any time and ask questions - we have some great discussions in here.

Regards,

Jimmy Deguara