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NE NSW & SE QLD Weather Radar, Satellite and Lightning Map

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Gin Gin: 1.1mm (last 24 hours)Trangie: 0.4mm (last 24 hours)Evans Head: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Taree Airport: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)CSD Field Site Near Hazeldean (Merah North): 2.6mm (last 24 hours)St Leonards (Walcha): 0.4mm (last 24 hours)Warrah Flats (Quirindi): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Yandilla (DDCGI): 10.0mm (last 24 hours)CSD Field Site Near Granville: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Portable QFR e Ncr (Granville): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Franklyn Vale Alert: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Morayfield (Petersen Rd) Alert: 21.0mm (last 24 hours)Warahgai Tm: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Ogunbil (Amaroo): 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Pillar Valley: 0.4mm (last 24 hours)Fairbairn Dam Tm: 10.0mm (last 24 hours)Ghost Hill Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Miles Alert: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Alstonville Stp: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Barnetts Road Alert: 8.0mm (last 24 hours)Eden Alert: 4.0mm (last 24 hours)Ellerston (Poitrel): 0.6mm (last 24 hours)Upper Bowman: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Nowendoc (Green Hills): 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Upper Pappinbarra (Hillcrest): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Spicketts Ck (Noonannie): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Goonoo Goonoo (Goonoo Goonoo Creek): 0.4mm (last 24 hours)Nundle (Keeva): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Florence Vale Alert: 0.8mm (last 24 hours)Teddington Weir Hw Tm: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Coonambula Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Gin Gin Alert: 4.0mm (last 24 hours)Mungungo Weir Alert: 8.0mm (last 24 hours)Gilgandra (Rosewood): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Mount Sandon: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Nundle (Head Of The Peel): 0.4mm (last 24 hours)Crawney Mountain: 0.8mm (last 24 hours)Neilrex (Caigan): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Mt Mee Alert-P: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)West Bellthorpe Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Underwood(Millers Rd) Al: 4.0mm (last 24 hours)Bega Road Quarry Alert: 8.0mm (last 24 hours)Camp Hill Alert: 2.0mm (last 24 hours)Wamuran Alert: 2.0mm (last 24 hours)Steiglitz Wharf Alert: 9.0mm (last 24 hours)Harper Creek Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Bonogin Alert: 3.0mm (last 24 hours)Tallebudgera Ck Rd Al: 9.0mm (last 24 hours)Tallebudgera Ck Dam Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Browns Creek Road Alert: 4.0mm (last 24 hours)Cashs Crossing Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Baroon Pocket Dam Hw Al: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Buaraba Alert: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Mt Nebo Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Mt Petersen Alert: 8.0mm (last 24 hours)Judds Road Alert: 2.0mm (last 24 hours)Moon Road Alert: 8.0mm (last 24 hours)Lower Mt Walker Alert: 2.0mm (last 24 hours)Sunday Creek Al: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Mountain Station Creek Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Kettle Swamp Creek Al: 4.0mm (last 24 hours)Karara Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)The Head Alert: 1.0mm (last 24 hours)Brigalow Bridge Alert: 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Arabella Alert: 2.0mm (last 24 hours)Perry Drive (Coffs Harbour): 2.0mm (last 24 hours)Comboyne (Thone River): 0.2mm (last 24 hours)Curricabark: 2.0mm (last 24 hours)

This NE NSW & SE QLD storm tracker displays the fusion of radar, satellite, bushire hotspot detections, lightning and surface observations. The background map is actual true-colour imagery from low earth orbit satellites from recent days and will update automatically. Some areas may appear grey if no recent imagery is available, e.g. due to persistent cloud cover or bushfire smoke. Detected lightning is shown by yellow lightning icons. Arrows represent wind speed and direction observations from ground-based weather stations, with red arrows showing wind gusts >65km/h, while the small coloured dots indicate weather station rainfall measurements over the previous 24 hour period, in millimetres, according to the scale at the bottom. You may hover the mouse over these coloured dots or click for additional weather information. The weather radar reflectivity data, which also follows the colour sequence legend at the bottom, is a composite from multiple Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) weather radar sites. Real-time satellite cloud imagery is originally processed by the BOM from the geostationary satellite Himawari-8 operated by the Japan Meteorological Agency. Fire hotspots detections are included from four spacecraft, courtesy of NASA and JAXA. Older hotspots will appear as orange while real-time detections will be coloured red. Less intense fires are displayed as more transparent.

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