To Latest radar images for 512 km Brisbane (Marburg) sourced from BOM. Please access the 128km radar image, which is not impacted by this issue and monitor the Bureau's observations, forecasts and warnings. The Great Dividing Range to the west and the Lamington Plateau to the south, reduce the radar's view from the south through to the west, affecting its ability to detect weak rainfall from low clouds beyond these obstructions. The Very high (90%) chance of showers, most likely from the late morning. Cancellation for Central and East Gippsland coasts... Strong Wind Warning East of Flinders Is & CN, Lower E, SE & SW coasts. Cancellation for Ningaloo Coast... Fire Weather Warning W Kimberley Cst, Kimberley Inland, West Pilbara Coast, Ashburton Inland, Gascoyne Inland, North Interior & Inland CW-N... Fire Weather Warning for Kimberley Inland... Stormy week on the horizon for eastern Australia. Provides access to meteorological images of the 512 km composite Gympie (Mt Kanigan) Radar Loop radar of rainfall and wind. During summertime, rain depressions and storms approaching from the northwest and the north may be readily detected as can any tropical cyclones over the ocean to the north through to the south east. set your location
Due to a minor software issue, rainfall might not be shown in some sections of some 256km and 512km radar images. of the radar/the centre of the map. How close to world record size were Queensland's hailstones. The radar's coverage, based on detecting echoes at an altitude of 3000m, extends to a range of about 200 km in the north to Tin Can Bay, then it follows a smooth arc through the east to the south-south-east, where it rapidly reduces to about 150 km at Evans Head. During maintenance, Bureau technicians identified additional items requiring attention and are working to resolve these issues. You do not have a default location set
During times of strong winds, sea clutter may be visible off the coast to the east. Winds east to southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h turning southerly 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening. Please access the 128km radar image, which is not impacted by this issue and monitor the Bureau's observations, forecasts and warnings. Geographical Situation: The radar is located on an isolated hill about 150m above mean sea level, just east of Beenleigh. Latest radar images for 512 km Melbourne sourced from BOM. View legend », LocationBrisbane (Mt Stapylton) View latest 64km, 128km, 256km, 512km, rainfall, doppler wind and satellite images.
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