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QLD 1 in 150 year flooding ongoing.... right now
Man it's wet here!... towns being evacuated....

First fires... now floods... man oh man...

[link to au.news.yahoo.com]

Premier on live now with news conference and emergency warnings...

live coverage here:

[link to www.abc.net.au]

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Invite them over. Register them at GLP. Have a party.
"The earth is mother of us all, for she is just; but you, because you are unjust have pretended that she is your mother alone; and if you do not stop, I will not permit you to remain upon her."

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beautiful one day , perfect the next ?
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rantWait for some fuckwit to tell you this is all normal cause you know this is the land of the great drought and flood. They ll try and tell you this is all normal.

They slap you with a new tax to fix the problem. Cause taxes fix everything dont ya know. The Money raised from the tax, what is it being spent on? you ask. One would guess development in renewable energy. So why is it that we are still reliant on coal power for our funcking electricity and still driving around in oil powered vehicles when the tech has been there for years just waiting to be developed.

But did you hear we found trillions of dollars worth of oil in Oz so I guess we dont want to spend all that money raised through carbon taxes on alternative energy research now would we. Cause that would make that oil not all that valuable anymore. You know what we deserve to die like rats because our mentality from the top echelon of society all the way to the bottom is fucked.
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hmm. record high tide tonight as well.... and they're emptying the dams as we speak... weather doom!

we alright.. got the genny ready... candles... beer... scotch.. cigs and panic sex later tonight ;)... all good...

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/25/2013 11:29 PM
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up to 200-300 mm in 24 hours... whole east coast to be drenched.....
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Don't forget to pump up vitamin intake to offset the viruses being spread.
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well that sucks! Stay safe Aussies!

everything is covered in a sheet of ice here. Makes walking a real bitch...

unless you can fly

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op must be a new arrival.

get used to it , this years rains here in qld have been comparitively moderate so far.


theres no evacuation orders either,residents of a couple of low lying tidal coastal places

near rockhampton have been advised to move to higher ground if they don't want to

be cut off.

got high tides and storm surge from ex cyclone hit here this morning , nothing compared

to two years ago though.

only one measuring station in the entire country near r ockhampton is showing record rainfall yesterday at 350mm in 24hrs .


im bit further north and we got 500mm in same 24hrs. when it really rains we can beat that in just over an hour.
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op must be a new arrival.

get used to it , this years rains here in qld have been comparitively moderate so far.


theres no evacuation orders either,residents of a couple of low lying tidal coastal places

near rockhampton have been advised to move to higher ground if they don't want to

be cut off.

got high tides and storm surge from ex cyclone hit here this morning , nothing compared

to two years ago though.

only one measuring station in the entire country near r ockhampton is showing record rainfall yesterday at 350mm in 24hrs .


im bit further north and we got 500mm in same 24hrs. when it really rains we can beat that in just over an hour.
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nah, grew up here... was in the 70's floods, and we we flooded for days .. still got the photos.... mums car actually floated down the street.. lol...

the thing that is worrying is that the premier was making a press conference....

agreed about the one two years ago.. we had to move house as the one we were in was so damaged it started sinking... toilet was two feet off the tiles.. grin....

and it's australia day... no fireworks by the broadwater :(

thanks for the update though :)

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aww.... australia day celebrations cancelled in some parts of qld..... :(
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bundaberg now listed as a disaster zone....

live updates here
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Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/26/2013 02:05 AM
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i'm just sth of bundy, lost my 28ft uhf antenna this morning. Wind was so strong it just buckled it over ffs. My little town will be cut off for a few days faark and i'm short on beer.
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i'm just sth of bundy, lost my 28ft uhf antenna this morning. Wind was so strong it just buckled it over ffs. My little town will be cut off for a few days faark and i'm short on beer.
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noooo!!!! not the beer!!!!!

XXXX?
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i'm just sth of bundy, lost my 28ft uhf antenna this morning. Wind was so strong it just buckled it over ffs. My little town will be cut off for a few days faark and i'm short on beer.
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i just posted that and the power dropped, new ip woohoo.

gc should be alright cp.
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i'm just sth of bundy, lost my 28ft uhf antenna this morning. Wind was so strong it just buckled it over ffs. My little town will be cut off for a few days faark and i'm short on beer.
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i just posted that and the power dropped, new ip woohoo.

gc should be alright cp.
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thanks for that.. got genny out just in case and a healthy level of "adult supplies"....
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Tornadoes hit three Queensland coastal towns

Three tornadoes have ripped through the Bundaberg region this afternoon, injuring 17 people and damaging 150 properties.

The first tornado struck the coastal town of Bargara about 1pm, bringing down powerlines, tearing off roofs and smashing windows. The second tornado hit Burnett Heads, about five kilometres north of Bargara, about 3.30pm, before tracing back towards the suburbs of Bundaberg. Soon after, the sleepy seaside hamlet of Coonar, about 6 kilometres south of Bargara, was hit by a third tornado.

[link to www.brisbanetimes.com.au]

This aint normal. We had that one that hit our city about 12 months ago and there's been several others also. As I was growing up I barely recall a tornado - if at all - ever been mentioned and not with such frequency, and I've been up north here for 40+ yrs.
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Mini-Tornadoes!!!!
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Mini-Tornadoes!!!!
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The one that hit our city, I remember driving through the affected area and thinking holy shit. Got to work and it had passed over our workplace and lifted the roof then dropped it again. It bent several purlins that were about 8 x 2 inches and we found someones side mirror from their car embedded in the roof.

Mini or not I'd rather take my chances with drop bears. tounge
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all beaches closed here on the gold coast.. sandbagging is free now and delivered... almost all flights cancelled.. bout to hit in 2-6 hours... 2.5 meter 'swells'... hmm.. there goes the day at the beach....
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lol citizen perth where have you been

Thread: Record Setting Cyclogenisis Northern Australia

Thread: Australias Heatwave Turns in Gigantic Black Swan Event

Thread: Australian Weather Event makes Weatherzone Forum a Basketcase

Thread: Brisbane to start emptying Dam Reserves in the face of flooding event
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Man it's wet here!... towns being evacuated....

First fires... now floods... man oh man...

[link to au.news.yahoo.com]

Premier on live now with news conference and emergency warnings...

live coverage here:

[link to www.abc.net.au]
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do you live in qld cperth? (perth is bout 2500km from qld)
stop being a whore....
these things happen every year in oz.
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Man it's wet here!... towns being evacuated....

First fires... now floods... man oh man...

[link to au.news.yahoo.com]

Premier on live now with news conference and emergency warnings...

live coverage here:

[link to www.abc.net.au]
 Quoting: Citizenperth


do you live in qld cperth? (perth is bout 2500km from qld)
stop being a whore....
these things happen every year in oz.
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lol gov shill strikes again to downplay things

XD

if these shill had any brains.....hmmm nevermind
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Man it's wet here!... towns being evacuated....

First fires... now floods... man oh man...

[link to au.news.yahoo.com]

Premier on live now with news conference and emergency warnings...

live coverage here:

[link to www.abc.net.au]
 Quoting: Citizenperth


do you live in qld cperth? (perth is bout 2500km from qld)
stop being a whore....
these things happen every year in oz.
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yer assumption is i live in perth.. in fact i chose the nic when i lived there years ago.. i was born and bred and still live on the coast... gotcha ;)

and sry to burst your bubble.. distance?... it's nearly tripple that.. it is the most remote capital city in the world and comparable to london to mosco as perth is to brisbane.... and yeah... we got told to batten down.....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/26/2013 08:51 PM
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I'm high up in a hill at tweed.. Getting smashed and we are only getting the edges of it. Worst is yet to come. Already got big branches down everywhere.
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I'm high up in a hill at tweed.. Getting smashed and we are only getting the edges of it. Worst is yet to come. Already got big branches down everywhere.
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yeah, next 2-4 hours they said and gust 120 k.... grab a beer and bunker down man ;).. you at billambil heights?
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Man it's wet here!... towns being evacuated....

First fires... now floods... man oh man...

[link to au.news.yahoo.com]

Premier on live now with news conference and emergency warnings...

live coverage here:

[link to www.abc.net.au]
 Quoting: Citizenperth


do you live in qld cperth? (perth is bout 2500km from qld)
stop being a whore....
these things happen every year in oz.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21174726


Sky news just issued possible tornado warnings for Brisbane right now. I have lived here my whole life, tornados do not happen every year in Brisbane fool.
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URGENT | *You are requested to SHARE this 10:58am Severe Weather Update | DESTRUCTIVE WINDS & TORNADOES LIKELY, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME between BUNDABERG & TWEED HEADS over the next 12 HOURS.

&#9632; Destructive wind gusts in excess of 125 km/h and further tornadoes are likely between the above mentioned areas (including ALL of the Gold Coast) throughout the day. The Bureau warn that this could cause significant damage or destruction to homes and property in localised areas.

&#9632; Heavy Rainfall that is likely to lead to flash flooding is expected from now until Monday. Six hour rainfall accumulations in excess of 100mm are likely and 24 hour rainfall accumulations may exceed 250mm. This is likely to lead to rapid river and stream rises.

&#9632; Significant rainfall accumulations since over the past 24-hours from 9am Saturday 26 January through until 9am this morning include 209mm at Upper Springbrook, 137mm at Little Nerang Dam, 134mm at Mount Tamborine, 79mm at Tallebudgera Creek, 90mm at Canungra, 83mm at Clagiraba and 53mm at Oxenford.

&#9632; Residents located in the vicinity of any River, Creek and/or Stream should prepare for fast rises in water levels. You may be affected by minor, possibly moderate-to-major river flooding over the next 12-24 hours.

&#9632; Motorists should REMAIN OFF THE ROADS from Sunshine Coast to Gold Coast, west to Toowoomba.

&#9632; All residents on the Gold Coast should be prepared for possible Severe Flash flooding. Roads may become closed or impassable without notice.

• Currently more than 32,000 are without power mostly in the Gympie, Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay and Brisbane regions. For more information go to energex.com.au

GOLD COAST MAYOR, Tom Tate: "We are bracing for extreme weather from Ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald and it is important everyone stays safe. Council officers will be monitoring the conditions and it is expected Hinterland and low-lying areas will flood."


&#9632; Water levels on the morning high tides are likely to exceed the highest tide of the year during Sunday and Monday. Exposed beaches will experience damaging waves and flooding of some low lying areas close to the shoreline. Damaging Surf will also cause significant beach erosion from today, particularly on Sunday and Monday.


&#9632; A Severe Weather Warning for DESTRUCTIVE WINDS, HEAVY RAINFALL, ABNORMALLY HIGH TIDES and DANGEROUS SURF remains current: [link to www.bom.gov.au]

&#9632; A FLOOD WARNING for COASTAL RIVERS AND ADJACENT INLAND CATCHMENTS FROM ROCKHAMPTON TO THE NSW BORDER remains current: [link to www.bom.gov.au]

&#9632; A GALE WIND WARNING remains in place for a large area, including the Gold Coast: [link to www.bom.gov.au]

In between our coverage, You can keep up-to-date with the latest important information through the following sites,

QLD ALERT | www.qldalert.com
RAINFALL | www.australianweathernews.com/OCF/OCF_040.HTM
RADAR | [link to www.bom.gov.au]
BOM WARNINGS | www.bom.gov.au/qld/warnings
TRAFFIC & ROADS | www.131940.qld.gov.au

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT QUEENSLAND | [link to www.emergency.qld.gov.au]

If it is flooded, forget it.
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Puts me right in the middle then...........

yay for prepping :)
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then this:

Severe weather update - Sunday, 27 January 2013
27/01/2013
Emergency services have had another extremely busy night with severe weather continuing to impact central and south east Queensland.

The State Emergency Service (SES) received more than 800 requests for assistance in the 24 hours to 5am Sunday, 27 January 2013. More than half of these jobs were concentrated on the north coast area, which stretches from Bundaberg to the Sunshine Coast and inland. Central Queensland was also a focal point for SES response, with more than 160 jobs actioned. There were more than 55 jobs in the Brisbane area and more than 75 in the south east. The most common jobs have been for leaking roofs, roof damage and sandbagging.

Swift water rescue technicians are currently in the water working to retrieve two people from Widgee Creek at Gympie Woolooga Rd, Widgee. Firefighters were called to the job around 4am this morning. Up to 46 people were successfully evacuated by SES and QFRS at Biloela overnight. A number of other swift water and flood boat rescues occurred overnight.

Emergency Alerts were issued overnight for Moreton Bay, Biloela, Benaraby (Gladstone) and Winfield (north of Bundaberg).

Emergency services are urging residents to take care with heavy rainfall expected to continue across Queensland.
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Geez what a mess! I'm glad you are prepped, CP. Everyone stay safe!
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