QLD: Widespread showers and storms will redevelop across inland and eastern Qld on Monday afternoon and evening. Numerous storms will pose a severe threat across the day with locally intense rainfall possible for some location leading to significant flash flooding and renewed river rises. Locally damaging winds gusts may also develop with stronger storms across the afternoon. Activity is likely to spread to rain areas overnight with heavy falls likely. Across parts of the Central Coast and Whitsundays, heavy rainfall will continue this morning whilst gradually easing. Further falls of 40-80mm will possible.
NSW: Scattered showers and storms will redevelop across parts of northern NSW this afternoon and evening. A few storms may become severe and produce locally intense rainfall and damaging winds. Hail may develop with any stronger, isolated storms however this is considered a lower threat.
NT: Late this afternoon or evening, an isolated shower or storm will be possible for coastal and adjacent inland parts of the western Top End.
WA: A SEVERE fire danger is current for the Gascoyne, East Pilbara Coast, West Pilbara Coast, Ashburton Inland, Exmouth Gulf Coast, Goldfields, Eucla, Ninghan and Jilbadgie. Very hot and dry conditions are expected to develop across the region on Monday with fresh and gusty winds.
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