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Warnings issued as severe storms bear down on SEQ

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The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe storm warning for most of south-east Queensland as an extensive line of storms bore down on the region.

Large hailstones, damaging wind and heavy rain that could lead to flash flooding was likely, the bureau said.

Storm clouds bearing down on Brisbane’s CBD on Tuesday night.Credit:Matt Dennien

The storms are forecast to affect Brisbane CBD, Beenleigh, Logan City and Esk by 6.30pm. Ipswich, Coolangatta are expected to be impacted by 6pm.

Maroon Dam, about 90 kilometres southwest of Brisbane, received 51 millimetres of rain between 4pm and 5pm.



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