November 9, 2012

Much needed rain on the way

South-east Queensland should finally see some decent moderate falls of rain over the next 24 hours.

The current 128km Brisbane radar (pictured) has falls just west and north of the Gold Coast and is currently heading in a south-easterly direction.

The Bureau's south east coast forecast for the rest of Friday is "cloudy with scattered showers and thundery rain areas. Moderate falls, locally heavy with thunderstorms. Light to moderate N to NE winds, tending fresh at times about the coast. Fire Danger: Moderate to High."

Following into Saturday "Cloudy with rain areas and local thunder with moderate falls, locally heavy with thunderstorms. Light to moderate NE to NW winds, becoming fresh to strong and gusty S to SE about the coast during the day. Fire Danger: Moderate to High." (Source: http://www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts/secoast.shtml)

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