On this day (Monday afternoon) I spoke with Emma Griffiths on 612 ABC Brisbane about storm chasing and Sunday's damaging storms through Warwick and Brisbane.
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I wasn't going to chase today but a storm near Harrisville was close enough to prise me out of the house.
When I got to Roadvale some rotation was evident but not long lasting. The cell had already produced hail near Mulgowie.
The updraft would regenerate then weaken again:
A mid-level funnel appeared briefly on a cloud to its SW:
Dan from Aussie Storm Chasers showed up but there wasn't much left to see:
Some new updrafts were forming to the SW:
But the most intense action was provided by the bugs flying and crawling everywhere:
I met my friend Chrissy at a spot just to the S where we hoped these updrafts would be powerful enough to throw a few bolts out on dusk. They weren't. But they did produce a nice sunset:
Distance: 120kms | Dur: 3.5hrs
128km radar loop 12-7pm