30 October 2021:
Severe thunderstorm outbreak

Severe thunderstorm outbreak still looking likely in the central interior and southeastern parts of QLD as well as northeast NSW today (Oct 30th). A small number of locations in these regions may even experience giant hail and brief destructive winds.

Along the far southern coastal strip in QLD and the northern coastal strip of NSW, the risk of severe storms is lower but if any manage to enter this region, locally giant hail and destructive winds will become a risk there as well.


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