STORMS are transferring by way of components of southern Queensland, with some areas experiencing wind gusts of as much as 76km/h.
Bureau of Meteorology Meteorologist Lauren Pattie mentioned there was various storms throughout southeast Queensland tonight.
“There are storms throughout many of the southeast at present, apart from the shoreline and north of Esk,” she mentioned.
“Brisbane is experiencing storm exercise, and we did simply see a lightning strike outdoors of our window right here on the Bureau.
“I’m not anticipating extreme storms over the town however a number of rumbles of thunder over the following couple hours.”
Ms Pattie mentioned storms weren’t anticipated to influence the Sunshine Coast, though might attain as far north as Caboolture.
A extreme storm warning for the southern inside was cancelled by BOM at 6.03pm nevertheless some components nonetheless skilled sturdy wind gusts.
“There are not any extreme storms in the mean time, though we’ve got seen some gusts at Dalby at about 76km/hour,” Ms Pattie mentioned.
“Oaky picked up 67km/h.
Ms Pattie mentioned “not a lot” rain is anticipated from the storms.
“The best we’ve seen to date is 9mm,” she mentioned.
“Not an excessive amount of rainfall as they’re transferring fairly rapidly.”