Extreme thunderstorms with the potential for wind gusts in extra of 90km/h and huge hail have been forecast for south-western Queensland and central NSW.
After rain battered components of Queensland and NSW on Saturday and a lull on Sunday, wild climate is forecast to hit components of the 2 states on Monday.
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast extreme thunderstorms for big sections of south-west Queensland together with Quilpie, Windora, Cunnamulla and Thargomindah.
BOM meteorologist Rosa Hoff stated extreme thunderstorms had been forecast to deliver damaging winds, heavy rainfall and huge hail.
A flood warning can also be in place for the Bulloo River close to Quilpie after heavy rainfall during the last 48 hours.
Whereas the river was falling on Sunday afternoon, renewed rainfall on Monday was anticipated to see it rise once more on Monday.
Elements of Queensland and NSW skilled heavy rainfall on Saturday – with Vergemont Creek close to Longreach in central Queensland copping 125mm within the 48 hours to 9am Sunday.
The identical low stress system which is anticipated to batter Queensland may also have an effect on central NSW.
A broad space of the state west of the ranges is anticipated to obtain extreme thunderstorms on Monday, bringing with it heavy rain and damaging winds.
On Saturday Damaged Hill, in outback NSW was hit by flash flooding after greater than a month’s value of rain fell in quarter-hour.