Gladstone 256km Radar/Lightning

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Radar Details

Gladstone Weather Watch Radar
Queensland
23.8500°S  151.2670°E  76m AMSL

LocationGladstone Radar TypeWF 44 S Band Typical Availability24 hours

This radar has almost unrestricted views to seawards from the north to the south-southeast. Elsewhere, the topography restricts the ability of the radar to detect only major echoes to the northwest, the south-southwest and the south-southeast. However, strong echoes can be detected as far west as Moura and Theodore. During episodes of fresh to strong winds (>20kt or 38km/h) sea clutter can be seen up to 30km from the coast possibly masking light inshore showers.

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Weather News

Snowy end to autumn transforms Australia's ski resorts

11:57 EST

Australia's alps are being covered with fresh snow just two weeks out from the start of the 2019 ski season.

Menindee locals take break from fish kills, drought to dance by Darling River and hope for brighter future

06:18 EST

Amid the mass fish kills and the ongoing drought, Menindee locals hope a festival will be the first of many positives to draw tourists back to the area.

Quick change for Canberra

14:37 EST

After an almost summer like day yesterday, Canberra is feeling the cold today, with conditions set to get even colder next week.