UNEXPECTED WEATHER: : Thunderstorms brought hail to Nanango. FILE PHOTO:
UNEXPECTED WEATHER: : Thunderstorms brought hail to Nanango. FILE PHOTO:

Hail and storms in Nanango

NANANGO has enjoyed a dosing of rain and even some hail today.

Weatherzone meteorologist, Brett Dutschke advised the storm reached speeds of 80km/hr and as much as 20mm of rain.

“It developed over South Nanango not too long ago and then over North Nanango,” he said.

“There is a chance of further thunderstorms this afternoon in that area.”

Mr Dutschke suggested the storm was slowly moving toward Kingaroy, however residents were urged not to expect a lot of rain.

“The last radar image suggests it was dying a little,” Mr Dutschke said.

“It will most likely die down into the late afternoon and evening.”

According to the radar, the South Burnett could expect more rain later in the week.

“At this stage, it looks like the weekend or early next week the chances of more rain could get reasonably high,” Mr Dutschke said.

“Otherwise, it generally looks like a pretty dry week from here on.”

South Burnett

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