brisbane met office

The Brisbane Met Office offers climate data for the Brisbane region of Australia. The city’s average temperature varies slightly year-round, but generally stays above 26 degrees Celsius. Brisbane is Australia’s second hottest capital city after Darwin. Although the city experiences few seasonal changes, the average temperature remains above 26 degrees Celsius from October through April.

Severe weather is not unusual for Brisbane. The area experiences heavy rainfall during summer. More than 100mm of rain can fall in a week in some parts of Brisbane. Severe weather can be dangerous, and the Met Office is committed to keeping the region safe. Severe storms can bring damaging winds and lightning.

A severe weather event is expected to hit parts of Australia on Tuesday. Queensland, northern NSW and the Redland and Gold Coast local government areas have been issued severe weather alerts. The worst-affected areas could receive up to 200 millimetres of rain. The Met Office is offering a number of safety measures to protect people and property.

The Met Office’s Storm Check program monitors severe weather events in the area, including tropical cyclones and severe storms. The program is designed to warn residents of tornadoes, dangerous surf, and heavy rain. In Brisbane, a supercell storm event brought heavy rain and strong winds. A tornado was confirmed near Brisbane airport by the Bureau of Meteorology.

The cool season in Brisbane lasts 2.8 months, and the average high temperature is below 70 degrees F. The coldest month is July, with an average low temperature of 49 degF and a high temperature of 68 degrees. The figure below shows the average temperature in Brisbane for each hour of the day.

Brisbane’s average rainfall varies widely from month to month. In December, the skys are overcast or mostly cloudy 31% of the time. During the wetter months, the percentage of days with 0.04 inches of rain or snow falls is highest. In February, an average of 10 days are wet, with a peak of 37% on February 11.