Queensland residents have woken up to extreme weather conditions that are set to continue throughout November.
The BoM has warned that these weather conditions could cause flash flooding. At the same time, it is also useful to keep an umbrella close by.
At this moment, entire backyards and roads were flooded, blocking the roads in Forest Hill. Residents have been urged to stay at home and encouraged to work from home.
This kind of weather is a bit dangerous so it is recommended that residents abide by any warning given out thus far. It is only in the best interest of Queensland residents.
Queensland BoM Informs residents
Meteorologist Helen Kirkup revealed that the Thunderstorms will continue in the coming days. While this might be a bummer, more floods are expected to take place as well.
“The next main trough system that’s going to come through, and again bring widespread showers and thunderstorms, will be Thursday and in the east until Friday,” she said.
In the last month, it has been communicated that Queensland will face some extreme wet weather as is evident now. There might not be much to do but safety surely comes first.
Rainy days are set to continue through Thursday and Friday. So, Wednesday will not be the end of the wet weather Kirkup relayed.