05 November 2021: Widespread thunderstorm outbreaks

This has largely been covered in the EWN 5-day Outlook but here is a broader overview due to its significance:

EWN Weather Map 05 Nov 2021-1

Widespread thunderstorm outbreaks, including a number of severe storms are likely to continue occurring across very large parts of mainland Australia, each day into much of next week.
 
The most frequent activity is likely to be in the interior but they will extend to some parts of the coast, including eastern QLD and NSW at times next week.
 
Main threats with any severe storms include damaging to briefly destructive winds, large to locally giant hail, and bursts of intense rainfall which will lead to both local flash flooding as well as widespread significant rainfall accumulations for many locations in the affected regions, especially where rain areas also occur.
 

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