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Weather Could be Wild (PHOTO) in QueensLand

Queenstown : Australia | Feb 20, 2011 at 9:02 PM PST
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Calamitous weather has battered resource-rich Queensland state since December

The weather will be wild for a time here in south east Queensland. The image reported today shows a wild weather today.

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