Thunderstorm Tracker - Southeast Queensland Pilot

Current Tracking Description

At 10:50 am, thunderstorms were detected on the weather radar.

Current Tracking Display

Thunderstorm Tracker Image

Storm Cell
Tracked Thunderstorms
Storm Direction
Estimated storm movement and
positions at 10, 20 and 30 minutes

Brisbane Radar

The Bureau of Meteorology constantly monitors all of its radars to detect thunderstorms. Severe Thunderstorm Warnings will be issued if the storms are expected to produce any of the following:

  • Damaging wind gusts (90 km/h or more)
  • Large hail (2cm diameter or more)
  • Very heavy rainfall (conducive to flash flooding)
  • Tornadoes

Note: All thunderstorms generally produce lightning, and many produce gusty winds, brief heavy showers and hail.

Thunderstorm Tracker Feedback

We invite your feedback about the Thunderstorm Tracker as it is a pilot product. We use information we receive to help guide revision and development of the product.

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