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Australia storms: tennis ball-sized hail hits parts of Queensland as NSW warned of flash-flooding – The Guardian

Weather bureau warns of severe thunderstorms along Australia’s east coast as well as inland

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Queensland has been hit with tennis ball-sized hailstones, with a warning more are likely to fall as a series of dangerous supercell thunderstorms race across the states south-east.
Severe thunderstorms formed along the Great Dividing Range from the New South Wales border to Wide Bay, north of the Sunshine Coast, on Saturday before pushing towards the coast throughout the afternoon.
More were expected during the evening, the Bureau of Meteorology warned.
The situation is volatile and continuing…

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