SEVERE thunderstorm warning has been issued for southeast Queensland with large hailstones, damaging winds and heavy rain expected for majority of the region.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a SEVERE storm warning, damaging winds and heavy rainfall that may cause flash flooding and large hailstones are likely
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a general storm warning, however the initial SEVERE thunderstorm warning has passed but there is a possibility of some more severe storms later today.
Firefighters are increasingly facing potentially disastrous, scorching and windy conditions as they combat the bushfires that have erupted across Queensland with about 20 structures having been destroyed by the blazing fire in just two days.
Virtually the entire Victorian state has received alerts for impending severe and highly destructive weather as a chilly polar blast starts sweeping through Australia today.
Australians have been clasped in several days of ice-cold temperatures following an Antarctic air gust that has brought several cold fronts into the country.
A damaging storm alert has been issued for various parts of New South Wales as the remains of tropical cyclone Trevor continue to cause ravage in the state.
The northern part of Australia is set to experience coastal crossings of two highly catastrophic tropical cyclones in the near future as the Northern Territory holds its largest pre-storm evacuation exercise even as the iron-ore ports at Pilbara prepare for a serious battering.
A low pressure system tracked north of Western Australia (WA) has increased in intensity evolving into a category two tropical cyclone, with the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issuing a warning for the Pilbara Coast.
Queensland has been smitten by cyclone Trevor’s wind gusts moving at a speed of 220km/h. It’s forecasted that the next time it comes around, the effects could be direr.