Video: Be Prepared For Queensland Storms And Cyclones?

Despite being a Sunshine State, it’s not always bright with blue skies. There are times when nature dictates conditions and rain and storms show up. As such, we have prepared some helpful tips to get you prepared effectively for future storms and cyclones in Queensland.

Cyclone Lucas: WA’s Pilbara, Kimberley Regions Brace For Wild Weather

It’s predicted that the system will affect a wide area spanning Beagle Bay to Whim Creek and south of Port Hedland, Broome’s northern parts before extending inland to hit Telfer situated East of Pilbara.

Extreme cold: Winter Weather Hits Parts Of Europe

Most trains delayed on Monday following cracks in rail tracks at two of the Warsaw railway stations.

Commercial Southern Bluefin Tuna Fleet Battles La Niña Weather

Approximately 10,000 fish will be caught at a time and carried in cages to farms at Port Lincoln—the tuna industry’s home in the state—and be reared for major markets like China and Japan.

South-east Queensland Cops A Drenching As Major Clean Up Begins

Residents of southeast Queensland have a major clean-up staring at them this morning, following scattered rainfall that was experienced south of Brisbane as the city recorded 200mm of rain in less than five hours.

Tropical Cyclone Categories Explained: One – Five!

Category five tropical cyclones are extremely dangerous and leave widespread destruction.

Tropical Cyclone Kimi Intensifies; Cairns Removed From Warning

The bureau is warning of strong winds and very heavy rain.

Cyclone Kimi Set To Slam Far North Queensland – Update

Kimi is set to evolve into a category two system alongside winds moving at speeds of up to 150km/h, before shifting southwest to make a landfall later on Monday or early Tuesday.

Feeling Hot? It Won’t Last: La Niña To Bring More Rain And Cold Weather

So, why is this occurring in a warming globe? And of course it continues to warm with 2020 going down in books as the fourth hottest year on record.

Record Ocean Heat In 2020 Supercharged Extreme Weather

Over 90 percent of the heat trapped in carbon emissions ends up being absorbed by oceans, making their warmth a clear indication of the intensifying weather crisis.