- A short 13-second video shows a Brisbane highway bombarded by hail stones
- The video was shot appeared on the Lockyer Valley Weather FB page on Friday
- Queensland weather has been erratic with changes between hot and cold of late
- Bureau of Meteorology Queensland has cancelled the severe weather warnings
An insane 13-second video has emerged of a highway being bombarded with hail stones.
The footage shows a Gatton bypass, a town in south-east Queensland, being pelted down with huge hail stones.
The video which first appeared on Lockyer Valley Weather Facebook page has had over 700 shares and 54,000 views since it was uploaded on Friday.
‘Hectic! This is on the Gatton bypass,’ was how the video was captioned.
The 13-second video on Lockyer Valley Weather Facebook page shows a hail storm on Friday
Several social media users had also posted updates on the hail storms with one user calling the sunshine state weather as ‘bipolar’.
‘Brisbane has the most bipolar weather. Was bloody hot two minutes ago now its hail rain,’ said one social media user.
Another social media user posted a tweet warning others about the hail.
‘Watch out Brisbane. It’s hailing on the western suburbs,’ said the user.
While another social media user said: ‘ Only in Brisbane does weather go from being extremely hot to a lightning thunder storm in a matter of seconds.’
Hail stones seen at a Gatton bypass in an South East Queensland town which was posted on FB
Social media users went online and tweeted about the extreme weather in Brisbane on Friday
One social media user had gone online to warn others of the hail storm in Brisbane on Friday
Another social media user expressed shocked at how the weather changed from hot to stormy
One social media user had posted a closer picture of herself with some hail stones on her palm
Bureau of Meteorology Queensland issued a statement on Friday evening saying that the severe thunderstorm warnings within the state had been cancelled.
‘Severe thunderstorms are no longer occurring in Queensland,’ the statement read.
‘The immediate threat of severe thunderstorms has passed, but the situation will continue to be monitored and further warnings will be issued if necessary.’
WEEKEND FORECAST: WEATHER AROUND AUSTRALIA
Saturday: Min 14, Max 34. Mostly sunny.
Sunday: Min 18, Max 30. Mostly sunny.
Saturday: Min 16, Max 34. Mostly sunny.
Sunday: Min 19, Max 29. Mostly sunny.
Saturday: Min 14, Max 21. Late shower.
Sunday: Min 10, Max 16. Possible shower.
Saturday: Min 23, Max 33. Mostly sunny.
Sunday: Min 23, Max 33. Mostly sunny.
Saturday: Min 11, Max 23. Showers.
Sunday: Min 11, Max 17. Possible shower.
Saturday: Min 3, Max 25. Mostly sunny.
Sunday: Min 8, Max 19. Possible shower.
Saturday: Min 2, Max 15. Showers.
Sunday: Min 4, Max 13. Clearing shower.
Saturday: Min 9, Max 20. Showers.
Sunday: Min 9, Max 20. Possible shower.