Queensland Infrared Satellite/Lightning
Queensland Satellite Notes
Cloud bubbling up over southern and western parts with a broad low pressure trough is generating thunderstorms. Skies are mostly clear over southeastern parts under a high pressure ridge. Cloud in the tropics with the monsoon trough is causing storms.
A stagnant weather pattern at the beginning of 2017 has caused multiple heatwaves and sparse rainfall across New South Wales.
No matter how much you swat, wave, yell, or occasionally swallow flies, their persistence always beats yours.
Aircraft companies are being pushed to extremes as they drop food and supplies to Northern Territory communities stranded by continuing wet weather.