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Extreme weather can wreak havoc on communities in Queensland resulting in widespread damage to roofs, houses and buildings. This creates an impact on physical infrastructure, emotional, social, economic and physical well being of the affected communities.

Violent Storms

Severe storms can be detected early through meteorological monitoring. The Bureau of Meteorology provides local and regional warnings of severe storm events with community announcements via the internet, radio and television.
The peak period for severe storms in Brisbane is the spring and summer months from September through to March.

As the Storm Approaches

During the Storm

After the Storm