21/Feb/2020 07:29 AM

WA Bushfire Watch & Act: Byford In Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale

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Source: Emergency WA Bushfire Watch and Act - for people in the area bounded by Nettelton Road to the North, Barge Drive to the East, Kiln Road to the South and Soldiers Road to the West in the southern part of BYFORD in SHIRE OF SERPENTINE-JARRAHDA ...
20/Feb/2020 11:08 PM

NT Severe Thunderstorm Warning: Damaging Winds

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Source: Bureau of Meteorology For people in parts of Tiwi district. Issued at 9:29 pm Thursday, 20 February 2020. HIGH WINDS WITH THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE TIWI ISLANDS Weather Situation: A line of active thunderstorms is appro ...
20/Feb/2020 09:59 PM

QLD Severe Thunderstorm Warning: Large Hail, Damaging Winds

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Source: Bureau of Meteorology For people in parts of Central Highlands and Coalfields Forecast District. Issued at 8:54 pm Thursday, 20 February 2020. Weather Situation: Severe thunderstorms are likely to produce damaging winds and large hailston ...
20/Feb/2020 04:49 PM

QLD Flood Watch: Southern inland catchments between Thargomindah and St George

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Source: Bureau of Meteorology Issued at 3:36 pm EST on Thursday 20 February 2020 Flood Watch Number: 1 Further flooding is possible across the Flood Watch area from Sunday. Widespread rain, showers and thunderstorms are forecast for the Flood Watc ...

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Severe thunderstorms lash parts of Southeastern Queensland

20 February 2020: Severe thunderstorms affected some inland and coastal locations of the southeast yesterday afternoon and evening, as the atmosphere overcame an dry air intrusion which supressed thunderstorm formation.

Widespread thunderstorm outbreak brings destructive winds and large hail to NSW and VIC

19 February 2020: Severe thunderstorms lashed Victoria and New South Wales yesterday in one of the most intense thunderstorm outbreaks this storm season, bringing hail larger than golf balls, destructive wind gusts and incredbile lightning rates.

Severe storms to lash Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland

17 February 2020: During Tuesday, a surface trough will deepen across New South Wales and Victoria in response to a strong short wave trough ejecting across south-eastern Australia.

Rainfall and heavy rainfall impacts ease parts of SE QLD and NE NSW

14 February 2020: Southeast QLD and northeastern NSW experienced another day and night of significant weather with heavy rainfall during the morning exacerbating current flash flooding and levels in rivers creeks and estuaries

Rapid River Rises and Flooding impacts parts of SE QLD and NE NSW

13 February 2020: Substantial rainfall has fallen across the coastal and adjacent inland districts of southeast Queensland and northeastern New South Wales overnight with coastal and inland rivers and streams rising quickly.

All eyes on Tropical Cyclone Uesi as more rain soaks eastern Australia

11 February 2020: After the heaviest rain in decades hit parts of eastern Australia across the last week, there is increasing focus on Tropical Cyclone Uesi which is expected to pass close to the Australian coastline this week.
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