THE Bureau of Meteorology has forecast damaging winds averaging 60 to 70 km/h with gusts exceeding 90 km/h, over elevated parts of the southern ranges and ACT above 1200 metres today
Andrew "Storm Boy" Campbell caught this brilliant shot of lightning cracking over Parliament House last night.
Heavy rainfall may lead to flash flooding and damaging winds in the ACT over the next several hours, warn the Bureau of Meteorology.
Damaging winds and large hailstones are likely to hit the territory this afternoon (November 23) as part of severe thunderstorm predicted by the Bureau of Meteorology.
The ACT is experiencing a "significant increase" in temperature today (November 16) before cooling down again tomorrow, according to Bureau of Meteorology senior climatologist Agata Imielska.
Thunderstorms predicted to hit the territory over the next two days (November 12-13) could trigger a rare thunderstorm asthma event, warn ACT Health.
The ACT Emergency Services Agency is urging the community to get storm ready ahead of tomorrow's (October 31) predicted heavy rainfall.
Last financial year (2019-20) the ACT experienced its worst storm season on record, and now, at the beginning of the new storm season, data is revealing which suburbs were the worst-hit.
ACT Health is warning of a possible, rare thunderstorm asthma event in the ACT this weekend.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting strong winds and heavy rainfall that may lead to localised flash flooding in the ACT this weekend.
THE Bureau of Meteorology says expect to see above-average rainfall in the ACT over the next few months and severe summer storms.
The weekend's heavy rains has led to the closure of rural roads and unsealed roads around the territory.
ABOUT 35 crews worked overnight to complete 445 jobs following a record number of community calls for help from yesterday's severe hailstorm.
ESA have released a map show the locations where its help is needed as the violent thunder storm crossed Canberra this afternoon.
Sweeping storm brings hundreds of calls for help.
THE inner-south was slammed by hail early this afternoon in a day of predicted "severe thunderstorms".
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