128 warrego radar
Latest radar images for 128 km Gympie (Mt Kanigan) sourced from BOM. View latest 64km, 128km, 256km, 512km, rainfall, doppler wind and satellite images. Weather delivered differently. The radar is ideally sited to provide meteorological coverage for the surrounding area, with an almost unobstructed view in all directions. Meteorological Aspects: The radar is well situated to monitor rain bearing weather systems that may affect the catchments and valleys of Lake Maraboon, the Nogoa river and Theresa Creek systems.
64, 128, 256 = radius of image available from radar site 512 = composite image from several radar sites Info = more information on this radar site Doppler wind = wind speeds and directions from Doppler radars Rainfall= Radar derived rainfall estimates since 9am (other rainfall periods also available) The Bureau's ability to restore the radar display following an outage may be limited by the priority to maintain forecasting and warning services. For some major cities the Bureau can ensure the quality of its forecasting services through access to secondary radars that may not always be accessible on this site. Geographical Situation: The radar is located on the south side of the Warrego Highway about 110 km east of Charleville. The site is on the Great Dividing Range and is near the highest point on the highway between Roma and Charleville. The GFS extended rain forecast is less accurate further into the future so exercise appropriate scepticism. Port Macquarie weather radar data is sourced from the BOM, with lightning positions from the World Wide Lightning Location Network.
National, state and local weather radar animation from the Bureau of Meteorology showing detailed rain coverage for the past 2 hours Warrego, Australia and Vicinity 512 km Composite Radar Loop with Current Weather Observations for Temperature, Dew Point, Humidity, Rainfall and Wind.
The origin for distance measuring is indicated by a red dot and defaults to either your location, if specified and in range, or the location of the radar/the centre of the map. The origin may be changed by clicking elsewhere on the map. The colours and symbols used on the radar and satellite maps are described on our legend page. The origin for distance measuring is indicated by a red dot and defaults to either your location, if specified and in range, or the location of the radar/the centre of the map. The origin may be changed by clicking elsewhere on the map. The colours and symbols used on the radar and satellite maps are described on our legend page.
Situated at 370m on the Little Liverpool Range between Marburg and Rosewood and 53 km west of the Brisbane GPO this radar has a good overall view of precipitation in all sectors. However, there is some restriction on detection of low level precipitation in a narrow sector to the west southwest and over the Greater Brisbane Area.