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Posted by: Ken Offline Posted: Tuesday, 5 November 2019 9:33:24 AM(UTC)



The gusty W to SW winds are starting to pick up here in earnest and will continue to increase further during the day before the southerly change pushes through - EC parameters for Brisbane in 3rd image above. Observed fire dangers also starting to increase.

Some localised showers and storms have been occurring near the border this morning including the southern Granite Belt (with a bit more approaching) and the northern tablelands. EDIT: another line has formed along the NR and MNC coast - 2nd image above as at 10:42am EDT.
Also above in the 1st image is the observed rainfall in the 24hrs from 9am yesterday from the localised activity (some additional rainfall also occurred in the overnight/early morning hours prior to that period as the patchy inland stuff moved across to the coast).

Still looking very hot later this week especially away from the seabreeze-affected immediate coast after the temporary cooldown on Wednesday.
Fire dangers also increase yet again towards the end of the week as the westerlies and heat peaks again but any chance of dry storms looks very isolated at best at the moment.

The EC ensemble still has almost nothing for Brisbane until mid November when it starts to increase probability of precip and instability but amounts don't look too huge atm.
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