A band of heavy storms battered the region last Tuesday night as 51mm of rainfall soaked Forestdale in Logan in just 30 minutes.
The dense mist resulted in several major traffic snarl ups and crashes this morning, as authorities urged motorists to take caution on the roads.
The boom comes in the wake of fears in recent times that the unique Ulysses butterfly could become extinct.
Our solar system is host to some wild and amazing weather, with its storms being more horrifying in scale than anything ever seen on Earth. From hurricanes on Jupiter that date back to centuries to dangerous winds experienced on Neptune, let’s just say if you were to leave planet earth today, you would be shocked to the point of dropping back to Earth.
Calmer weather is expected in the far south with Canberra set to experience a generally sunny week as temps peak at around 20 degrees and very cold mornings that could plunge to 1 degree on Tuesday and 2 degrees Celsius on Thursday.
While it’s challenging to determine the number of people who suffer from weather-related headaches, studies indicate that more than 60% of people who experience migraines believe they are sensitive to the weather.
A cut-off low is capable of causing a dynamic blend of wild weather featuring heavy rainfall, destructive winds, severe thunderstorms, hail, snow and dangerous surf.
A cold front is causing rapid winds and rain to southeast of New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria.
The harsh wintry weather conditions also left a trail of destruction on Melbourne roads as the city became awash with rain this afternoon.
The cool change is set to deliver heavy showers and potential hail to Melbourne this afternoon, as the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) puts in place a road alert for drivers.