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Storms could dump up to 50 millimetres of rain on Brisbane this afternoon ... Storms are expected to rumble over Brisbane again on Friday afternoon and could dump up to 50 millimetres of rain on the city, the weather bureau warns. A low pressure
According to Livescience, 'Sinking cold air causes warm, moist air on the planet's surface to climb to higher altitudes, where the moisture condenses into cloud form.' Bonnie Mask captured this roll cloud on camera--not caused by a thunderstorm in
Western Division are urged to take extra precautions with their children. The warning from the Fiji Meteorological Service is because of severe thunderstorms expected for the division for the rest of the week. "This will affect the division in the
The roll cloud isn't attached to the thunderstorm and is relatively rare, reports the Washington Post.
24 a.m. , updated November 12, 2013 at 8:24 a.m. Weekly weather forecast in Evansville from Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013...You will receive critical alerts via voice and push notification regarding life-threatening weather events.
Queensland but they are expected to be less damaging than the one that hit Brisbane on Sunday. Golf ball-sized hail, heavy rain and strong winds damaged several homes and downed trees around Logan, on the city's southside, late on Sunday. Energex
45pm "torrential" downpours were being reported around Auckland. WeatherWatch.co.nz says these heavy bursts of rain are localised but this afternoon will continue to pop up in more parts of the city. Some downpours may cause localised flash and
Itll be a sunny Monday in the Wichita metropolitan area before rain returns to the region in the evening, forecasters say. Highs should reach the mid-60s today, with southeast winds steady in the teens and gusting to nearly 30 miles an hour.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue across the eastern third of the nation on Friday, while most of the West will start November with mainly clear skies. Widespread rain is forecast to drench portions of the East Coast, especially in the morning.
Fox 43 meteorologist Jeff Jumper says Friday commuters will have wet roads for the morning drive, then mostly clouds and warmer for the drive home. Showers are expected for much of Friday in the Baltimore area with a chance for some thunderstorms to