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Rain eases, flooding continues in TAS
Severe storms bring death and destruction to SE QLD
Heavy rain from early morning storms in Melbourne
More reports of large hail (and a tornado?) with storms in NSW
Tropical Cyclone develops near Cocos Islands

Above: Storms occurred in all states and the NT today, but were most active in eastern VIC, NSW, QLD, NT and northern WA. This lightning tracker and radar image at 6.14pm EDT shows the concentration of storms ahead of a troughline in SE QLD and around a Low in the Tasman off Sydney. Weatherzone
Above: The surface chart for 5pm EDT shows the Low and trough system responsible for the widespread storm activity. This monsoonal trough, separating southeasterly winds to the south from a westerly flow to the north, normally lies farther north, triggering the heavy rain expected in the NT/QLD Wet Season. Its southerly movement has drawn deep reserves of tropical moisture into SE QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS, while the movement of colder upper air over SE Australia this week has interacted with the moisture to produce flood rain in TAS and violent storms and flash flooding in VIC and SE QLD. BoM
Above: Flood status in TAS northeastern streams at 11am. BoM

Rain eases, flooding continues in TAS

Rain cleared from most of the flood-ravaged northeastern half of TAS by late this morning as the Low responsible retreated from the island up the NSW coast. Rain in the 24 hours to 9am (see below) was mostly between 50 and 100mm in the northeast, East Coast and Southeast, with the automatic weather station atop Mt Wellington posting an all-time record one-day total of 128.2mm. In the 3.5 days to 9pm today, Mt Wellington has recorded 303.6mm. Gray, TAS's traditional wet spot on the East Coast at the top of Elephant Pass SE of St Mary's, recorded 190mm in the 24 hours to 9am, boosting its 3-day total to 486.4mm. Gray's previous January monthly record since recording began in 1962 was 323.6mm in 1991.

The worst of the flooding continues to be in the South Esk river system. Major flooding peaked at Mathinna (4.2m 6pm yesterday), Fingal (7.1m 3am today) and Llewellyn (9.1m 1pm today) and was rising strongly in the Symmons Plains area 20km SE of Launceston this evening. A moderate flood peak continued moving down the Macquarie River and was in the middle reaches around Ross this afternoon. Minor flooding subsided in the North Esk and Mersey Rivers during the day.

In addition to main river flooding, the torrential rain has caused flash flooding of smaller coastal streams and other disruption in NE TAS.

  • The 250 megalitre Pyengana Dam, 20km W of St Helens, leaked or burst its contents into the Georges River.
  • Parts of TAS's far northeast were still isolated. Food supplies were being airlifted into Musselroe Bay and Ansons Bay, while some evacuations occurred in the area today.
  • A landslide blocked the Tasman Highway at St Mary's Pass overnight, while floodwaters cut the highway north of St Helens. The Esk Highway near Avoca was also closed as were about 15 minor roads in the northeast.
  • In the South Esk Valley, poppy and barley crops were damaged by the heavy rain and the Break O'Day Council has reports of several bridges and roads damaged by flood waters.
  • Binalong Bay, 10km NE of St Helens, was cut off by floodwaters from around 7pm Wednesday until today stranding hundreds of holiday makers. A police launch was used last night to deliver basic supplies across Georges Bay after the town's only shop ran out of supplies.
  • Insurance assessors estimate there will be around 600 claims totalling over $1m for home flood damage down the east coast.

Severe storms bring death and destruction to SE QLD

The most severe of the current spate of thunderstorms to affect SE QLD swept across Brisbane and nearby areas mid to late afternoon. A man was killed by lightning near Gympie and two children were injured by a falling tree at the University of Queenland's St Lucia campus. Wind gusted to 89km/h at Brisbane Airport and 83km/h at the Brisbane City AWS. Hundreds of homes across the metro area suffered damage from wind and falling trees while a block of units in New Farm, close to the CBD, lost its roof and an apartment building at Woodridge was also damaged. Trees and powerlines were again brought down resulting in widespread lengthy power outages for the second time in three days. This time, 121,000 homes were still without power the next morning. While the winds were strong across the metro area, the strongest gusts were recorded as the storms swept across Moreton Bay where Banana Bank Beacon recorded a top gust of 122km/h at 4.49pm and Cape Moreton Lighthouse recorded 102km/h 7 minutes later.

Heavy rain from early morning storms in Melbourne

Rain rates of 50 to 70mm/hour were recorded from severe thunderstorms that developed over Port Phillip Bay early this morning, then drifted north over Sandringham and Moorabbin before continuing over the CBD and inner suburbs. Flash flooding caused morning peak hour traffic chaos. The rain from these storms when added to those of yesterday afternoon gave some impressive 24 hour totals to 9am, including Kew 91.4, Deer Park 71.4, Brighton 69, Oakleigh South 56.2, Kinglake 55.6 and Geelong Airport 54. Storms redeveloped in the state's central and eastern areas during the afternoon, one giving Myrtleford 18.2mm in 15 minutes.

More reports of large hail (and a tornado?) with storms in NSW

Hail to 4cm diameter was reported today from Evans Head on the North Coast and Drake, 60km west of Casino near the boundary of the North Coast and Northern Tablelands. Batemans Bay reported 2cm hail. A tornado sighting was reported to the Bureau of Meteorology from Evans Head, but no other details are available.

Tropical Cyclone develops near Cocos Islands

A tropical low which developed two days ago and moved southeast reached cyclone intensity today and was named Linda. It passed within 130 kilometres of Cocos Islands giving the islands moderate rain (84mm to 9am yesterday) before moving south and decaying on 1 February.

News sources: AAP, ABC, Mercury, Examiner

National weather extremes for today

Data provided by the Bureau of Meteorology

Records set this day (previous record and years of computerised record shown in brackets):
Highest daily rainfall for any month
Tasmania:
094087 MOUNT WELLINGTON 128.2 (98.6, 14)
Highest daily rainfall for January
Tasmania:
094087 MOUNT WELLINGTON 128.2 (98.6, 14)

Quality control note: Data is final. It includes late-received rainfall data and has been subject to BoM quality control checks.
Data is as received at 22:17EST, 27/10/2004.

Weather observations for today
Noteworthy  Weather         Capital  Cities         Regional  Cities       Alpine  Stations
Bureau of Meteorology Rainfall Bulletins and Weather Notes

Hottest
Highest maximum temperature>Greatest variation above normal maximum Highest minimum temperatureGreatest variation above normal minimum

44.1 PARABURDOO AERO E Gascoyne WA
43.9 NYANG STATION W Gascoyne WA
43.1 PANNAWONICA W Pilbara WA
42.6 MARBLE BAR E Pilbara WA
42.6 CARNEGIE Interior WA

+7.1   33.9 COFFS HARBOUR MO MidNorth Coast N NSW
+5.8   34.8 TAREE (RADIO STATION 2RE) MidNorth Coast S NSW
+5.7   31.3 NEWCASTLE NOBBYS SIGNAL STATION AWS Hunter Valley NSW
+5.3   41.6 ONSLOW AIRPORT W Pilbara WA
+5.1   35.1 GRAFTON OLYMPIC POOL North Coast NSW
+5.1   33.0 BALLINA AIRPORT AWS North Coast NSW

31.4 PARABURDOO AERO E Gascoyne WA
30.0 NORTHERN ENDEAVOUR Islands ISL
29.2 THREE RIVERS E Gascoyne WA
29.1 PARDOO STATION E Pilbara WA
29.0 MCCLUER ISLAND N Rivers NT
29.0 FLINDERS REEF Islands ISL

+6.3   18.4 BRIDGETOWN COMPARISON Lower West WA
+5.5   18.0 JARRAHWOOD Lower West WA
+5.2   19.8 NARROGIN Cent Wheatbelt WA
+5.1   29.2 THREE RIVERS E Gascoyne WA
+5.0   19.4 WAGIN Cent Wheatbelt WA

Coldest
Lowest maximum temperatureGreatest variation below normal maximum Lowest minimum temperatureGreatest variation below normal minimum

6.3 MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
7.4 THREDBO AWS Snowy Mtns NSW
8.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
8.7 FALLS CREEK Upper NE VIC
9.0 CHARLOTTE PASS (KOSCIUSKO CHALET) Snowy Mtns NSW
9.0 MT BAW BAW W Gippsland VIC
9.0 PERISHER VALLEY SKI CENTRE Snowy Mtns NSW

-10.1   15.9 OMEO COMPARISON Upper NE VIC
-9.2   9.0 PERISHER VALLEY SKI CENTRE Snowy Mtns NSW
-8.9   20.0 DARTMOUTH RESERVOIR Lower NE VIC
-8.9   23.0 COROWA AIRPORT Riverina E NSW
-8.3   7.4 THREDBO AWS Snowy Mtns NSW
-8.3   8.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC

2.2 MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
2.6 THREDBO AWS Snowy Mtns NSW
3.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
3.2 FALLS CREEK Upper NE VIC
3.3 CHARLOTTE PASS (KOSCIUSKO CHALET) Snowy Mtns NSW

-8.4   6.5 COONABARABRAN (NAMOI STREET) CW Slopes N NSW
-8.0   6.1 WANGARATTA AERO Lower NE VIC
-7.8   7.4 MURRURUNDI POST OFFICE Hunter Valley NSW
-7.4   9.0 BALRANALD RSL Southwest Plains NSW
-7.0   9.7 WELLINGTON (AGROWPLOW) CW Slopes S NSW

Wettest Major City Extremes
Todays highest rainfall totals for the 24 hours to 9am. It includes the top 5 totals nationally followed by all reported falls of 50mm or more.

213.0 ROSES TIER (MEMORY ROAD WEST) E Coast TAS
190.0 GRAY (CRAIGIE-LEA) E Coast TAS
188.0 GRAY (BLUEBERRY COTTAGE) E Coast TAS
142.4 LITTLE SWANPORT (WINEGLASS COTTAGE) E Coast TAS
136.6 RAVENSDALE E Coast TAS

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
    E Kimberley
59.6 KACHANA

NORTHERN TERRITORY
    N Rivers
62.0 CENTRE ISLAND
51.0 POINT STUART AWS
50.0 JABIRU AIRPORT
    N Plateau
65.4 EPENARRA
59.2 KIANA
50.2 HAMILTON DOWNS

QUEENSLAND
    S Peninsula
127.0 PINNACLE
55.0 LAKEFIELD NATIONAL PARK
    Upper Carpentaria
99.0 EMU VALLEY STATION
    N Coast--Barron
50.0 DAINTREE TEA
    Central Highlands
113.0 DRENSMAINE
105.6 DRENSMAINE TM
63.0 CALDERVALE STATION
63.0 LANSDOWNE STATION
    Wide Bay/Burnett
80.0 FIG TREE
    Brisbane/SE Coast
80.0 FISHERMANS POCKET TM
77.6 GYMPIE
70.0 SHAMROCK MINE
62.2 URANGAN HIBISCUS ST
58.4 WOOLOOGA
52.0 GOOMBOORIAN WEBSTER RD
    Warrego
50.6 NIVE DOWNS

VICTORIA
    W Gippsland
70.0 LEONGATHA STH GIPPSLAND WATER
62.0 WELSHPOOL
    E Central
86.4 CAULFIELD (RACECOURSE)
79.2 HAWTHORN (SCOTCH COLLEGE)
69.0 BRIGHTON BOWLING CLUB
55.6 KINGLAKE WEST
    W Central
54.0 GEELONG AIRPORT
51.0 GEELONG GOLF CLUB

TASMANIA
    N Coast
62.6 MOUNT BARROW (SOUTH BARROW)
57.4 MUSSELBORO (ELVERTON)
56.2 DIDDLEUM (SOWTERS ROAD)
56.2 KAROOLA (LOWER TURNERS MARSH)
52.8 RINGAROOMA (FRY STREET)
52.0 MOWBRAY GOLF COURSE
51.2 HILLWOOD (HILLWOOD STRAWBERRY FARM)
    E Coast
213.0 ROSES TIER (MEMORY ROAD WEST)
190.0 GRAY (CRAIGIE-LEA)
188.0 GRAY (BLUEBERRY COTTAGE)
142.4 LITTLE SWANPORT (WINEGLASS COTTAGE)
136.6 RAVENSDALE
119.2 LITTLE SWANPORT (LISDILLON)
102.2 SWANSEA (BELMONT)
102.0 SWANSEA POST OFFICE
100.0 SANDSPIT RIVER (RINGROVE)
96.2 CRANBROOK (CRANBROOK HOUSE)
93.4 ORFORD POST OFFICE
91.2 PYENGANA (FOREST LODGE ROAD)
89.2 FRIENDLY BEACHES
87.6 NUGENT (TWILIGHT VALLEY)
86.0 APSLAWN
84.0 GERMAN TOWN
83.0 CRANBROOK (WATERS MEETING)
77.0 COPPING
76.0 ORFORD SOUTH
75.0 BREAM CREEK (STROUD)
69.8 TRIABUNNA (FREESTONE POINT)
69.8 TRIABUNNA (FREESTONE POINT)
66.0 BICHENO (COUNCIL DEPOT)
66.0 BUCKLAND (BROCKLEY)
64.4 SWANSEA (DOLPHIN SANDS)
62.0 UPPER ESK (HOST FARM)
59.6 MATHINNA (SOUTH ESK RIVER)
58.6 SWANSEA (KELVEDON)
57.8 MATHINNA (FINGAL ROAD)
57.0 MARIA ISLAND (DARLINGTON)
56.8 BEAUMARIS (SKYLINE DRIVE)
55.6 ST HELENS AERODROME
53.2 ST MARYS (CLIVE STREET)
52.2 ROSEMOUNT FLAT
51.6 SCAMANDER
50.0 FALMOUTH (GLENCOE)
    Southeast
128.2 MOUNT WELLINGTON
98.0 HOBART (TURNIP FIELDS)
94.6 SNUG PLAINS (CATARACT FALLS)
90.6 LOWER LONGLEY (LOMATIA VALE)
88.2 FORTESCUE BAY
81.0 HOBART (WATERWORKS RESERVE)
75.8 LONGLEY (TELOPEA)
75.0 MOUNT NELSON (RIALANNAH ROAD)
70.4 PORT ARTHUR (PALMERS LOOKOUT)
67.0 SNUG (POWERS ROAD)
65.0 LEVENDALE
62.0 TASMAN ISLAND
61.8 NIERINNA (CUTHBERTS ROAD)
59.5 ALONNAH AREA SCHOOL
58.6 KINGSTON (CADES DRIVE)
57.0 KETTERING (GROOMBRIDGES ROAD)
55.8 TEA TREE
55.2 RISDON VALE (POPLAR ROAD)
54.6 KINGSTON (GREENHILL DRIVE)
53.1 MOUNT RUMNEY (MOUNT RUMNEY ROAD)
52.4 MANGALORE (MANGALORE FARM)
52.0 EAGLEHAWK NECK (JETTY ROAD)
51.6 TEA TREE (THE POINT)
51.4 MARGATE (SUNNYSIDE)
50.2 GLENORCHY (GLENORCHY RESERVOIR)
    Derwent Valley
54.0 BOTHWELL (LARGO)

  Max+/- norm Min+/- normRain to 9am
BROOME AIRPORT 29.2 -4.2 22.9 -3.4 9.6
PERTH AIRPORT 29.2 -2.3 19.6 +2.7 0.0
ALBANY AIRPORT 22.7 -2.2 15.1 +1.5 0.0
KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT 38.6 +5.0 22.1 +3.9 0.0
DARWIN AIRPORT 32.7 +0.9 26.6 +1.8 2.8
ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT 39.7 +3.5 22.2 +0.9 17.4
ADELAIDE (KENT TOWN) 23.1 -5.8 14.3 -2.6 0.0
MOUNT GAMBIER AERO 21.7 -3.4 13.5 +2.5 1.4
CAIRNS AERO 32.7 +1.3 25.1 +1.5 0.0
TOWNSVILLE AERO 34.5 +3.2 27.5 +3.3 0.0
ROCKHAMPTON AERO 34.4 +2.5 25.4 +3.4 0.0
AMBERLEY AMO 33.3 +2.2 20.4 +0.8 2.6
BRISBANE AERO 31.1 20.8 2.2
ARMIDALE AIRPORT AWS 25.5 11.0 0.0
COFFS HARBOUR MO 33.9 +7.1 20.2 +0.8 1.2
NEWCASTLE NOBBYS SIGNAL STATION AWS 31.3 +5.7 19.6 +0.5 0.0
SYDNEY (OBSERVATORY HILL) 27.9 +2.1 19.6 +1.0 0.0
PROSPECT DAM 29.8 +1.8 14.9 -2.6 0.0
WOLLONGONG UNIVERSITY 25.4 -0.2 14.6 -3.3 0.0
CANBERRA AIRPORT 23.2 -4.6 9.3 -3.7 0.0
WAGGA WAGGA AMO 25.5 -5.9 14.3 -1.8 0.0
MILDURA AIRPORT 25.5 -6.6 12.2 -4.3 0.0
EAST SALE AIRPORT 20.2 -5.1 11.5 -1.2 22.6
MELBOURNE REGIONAL OFFICE 23.0 -2.8 13.3 -0.9 45.4
LAVERTON RAAF 22.4 -3.2 12.7 -0.9 16.6
BALLARAT AERODROME 21.3 -3.6 9.2 -1.6 7.0
LAUNCESTON AIRPORT 21.5 -1.7 12.4 +2.2 29.2
HOBART (ELLERSLIE ROAD) 15.8 -5.8 12.8 +1.0 43.6

Downpours Gales & Gusts
High rainfall for periods of 6 hours or less. Highest wind gusts above 89km/h (storm force) or mean wind above 62km/h (gale force). Wind direction and mean windspeed shown in brackets.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
    N Kimberley
WYNDHAM AERO
6.4mm in 13 min to 16:27 29.5mm/h
    W Kimberley
FITZROY CROSSING AERO
15.8mm in 34 min to 13:00 27.9mm/h
23.4mm in 1 hr to 13:00 23.4mm/h
24.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 8.0mm/h
WEST ROEBUCK
10.8mm in 1 hr to 06:00 10.8mm/h
NORTHERN TERRITORY
    N Rivers
JABIRU AIRPORT
37.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 12.3mm/h
41.0mm in 1 hr to 03:30 41.0mm/h
POINT STUART AWS
14.8mm in 1 hr to 03:30 14.8mm/h
15.4mm in 1 hr to 06:30 15.4mm/h
18.2mm in 1 hr to 07:30 18.2mm/h
34.0mm in 3 hr to 09:00 11.3mm/h
GROOTE EYLANDT AIRPORT AWS
16.0mm in 3 hr to 09:00 5.3mm/h
18.6mm in 1 hr to 09:30 18.6mm/h
20.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 6.7mm/h
BORROLOOLA
23.0mm in 3 hr to 15:30 7.7mm/h
LAJAMANU
13.2mm in 29 min to 15:30 27.3mm/h
15.4mm in 1 hr to 15:30 15.4mm/h
15.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.0mm/h
    N Plateau
TENNANT CREEK AIRPORT
1.6mm in 1 min to 17:35 96.0mm/h
3.0mm in 2 min to 17:38 90.0mm/h
4.6mm in 3 min to 17:41 92.0mm/h
10.2mm in 10 min to 17:51 61.2mm/h
24.6mm in 1 hr to 18:30 24.6mm/h
30.0mm in 3 hr to 18:30 10.0mm/h
QUEENSLAND
    N Peninsula
WEIPA AERO
16.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 5.3mm/h
    Central Highlands
EMERALD AIRPORT
11.2mm in 28 min to 06:28 24.0mm/h
11.4mm in 1 hr to 07:00 11.4mm/h
9.8mm in 8 min to 19:15 73.5mm/h
3.8mm in 2 min to 19:17 114.0mm/h
5.2mm in 7 min to 19:24 44.6mm/h
21.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 7.0mm/h
    Wide Bay/Burnett
GAYNDAH AIRPORT
9.4mm in 8 min to 16:37 70.5mm/h
SANDY CAPE LIGHTHOUSE
15.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 5.0mm/h
GLADSTONE RADAR
22.2mm in 12 min to 22:00 111.0mm/h
27.8mm in 1 hr to 22:00 27.8mm/h
17.4mm in 30 min to 22:30 34.8mm/h
45.0mm in 1 hr to 22:30 45.0mm/h
23.0mm in 1 hr to 23:00 23.0mm/h
BUNDABERG AERO
2.0mm in 1 min to 18:09 120.0mm/h
13.8mm in 7 min to 18:16 118.3mm/h
2.8mm in 2 min to 18:18 84.0mm/h
26.2mm in 1 hr to 19:00 26.2mm/h
26.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 8.7mm/h
TOWN OF 1770
15.0mm in 3 hr to 09:00 5.0mm/h
17.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 5.7mm/h
GLADSTONE AIRPORT
15.0mm in 22 min to 21:54 40.9mm/h
17.0mm in 9 min to 22:03 113.3mm/h
8.2mm in 12 min to 22:15 41.0mm/h
13.2mm in 1 hr to 23:30 13.2mm/h
    Brisbane/SE Coast
CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE
4.4mm in 6 min to 17:45 44.0mm/h
GYMPIE
73.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 24.3mm/h
8.0mm in 14 min to 13:00 34.3mm/h
10.6mm in 1 hr to 13:00 10.6mm/h
POINT LOOKOUT
17.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.7mm/h
ARCHERFIELD AIRPORT
9.2mm in 18 min to 16:44 30.7mm/h
NAMBOUR DPI
14.4mm in 1 hr 1 min to 19:00 14.2mm/h
BEERBURRUM FOREST STN
11.2mm in 1 hr to 18:00 11.2mm/h
HERVEY BAY AIRPORT
7.8mm in 7 min to 17:48 66.9mm/h
15.4mm in 1 hr to 18:00 15.4mm/h
15.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.0mm/h
TOOLARA (KELLY)
34.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 11.3mm/h
BRISBANE AERO
8.6mm in 9 min to 16:44 57.3mm/h
10.6mm in 1 hr to 17:00 10.6mm/h
11.4mm in 1 hr to 17:30 11.4mm/h
TEWANTIN RSL PARK
15.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.0mm/h
BRISBANE
2.8mm in 2 min to 16:27 84.0mm/h
8.6mm in 4 min to 16:31 129.0mm/h
NEW SOUTH WALES
    North Coast
EVANS HEAD RAAF BOMBING RANGE AWS
10.2mm in 1 hr to 16:00 10.2mm/h
    South Coast
ULLADULLA AWS
7.8mm in 6 min to 15:37 78.0mm/h
11.6mm in 1 hr to 16:00 11.6mm/h
MORUYA AIRPORT AWS
15.2mm in 37 min to 15:00 24.6mm/h
16.4mm in 1 hr to 15:00 16.4mm/h
16.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 5.3mm/h
VICTORIA
    E Gippsland
GABO ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE
17.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 5.7mm/h
    W Gippsland
MORWELL (LATROBE VALLEY AIRPORT)
12.2mm in 30 min to 18:00 24.4mm/h
12.2mm in 1 hr to 18:00 12.2mm/h
12.8mm in 1 hr to 18:30 12.8mm/h
    E Central
MELBOURNE REGIONAL OFFICE
11.4mm in 1 hr to 08:00 11.4mm/h
11.6mm in 1 hr to 08:30 11.6mm/h
20.0mm in 3 hr to 09:00 6.7mm/h
    W Central
GEELONG AIRPORT
14.4mm in 30 min to 04:30 28.8mm/h
20.2mm in 1 hr to 04:30 20.2mm/h
21.8mm in 1 hr to 05:00 21.8mm/h
31.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 10.3mm/h
TASMANIA
    E Coast
FRIENDLY BEACHES
21.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 7.0mm/h
    Southeast
MOUNT WELLINGTON
21.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 7.0mm/h
19.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 6.3mm/h
TASMAN ISLAND
18.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 6.0mm/h
18.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 6.0mm/h
CAMPANIA (KINCORA)
15.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 5.0mm/h

QUEENSLAND
    Wide Bay/Burnett
HERON ISLAND RES STN : 80(200/ 67 ) at 22:17
    Brisbane/SE Coast
CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE : 102(350/ 52 ) at 16:56
BANANA BANK BEACON : 122(250/ 98 ) at 16:49