Storms in Queensland bring massive hail to Brisbane today

Supercell thunderstorms wreaked havoc in southeast Queensland on Saturday afternoon, with several regions alerted to “very dangerous” conditions.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) once warned of “life-threatening” conditions when the storm system struck.

The following areas should prepare for noxious, locally destructive winds, as well as huge hailstones and heavy rainfall: Logan, Gold Coast, Redland City, Moreton Bay und Teile von Ipswich, Gympie, Scenic Rim, Sunshine Coast, Noosa und Brisbane City Council Areas.

The latest parts list warning card will be issued at 4:03 p.m. (AEST). Recognition: Bureau of Meteorology

The parts list says that “super cell development” is slowing down, but the severe thunderstorms persist.

Residents across the area have sent photos to 7NEWS of giant hailstones that fell at the height of the storms.

Near Hillcrest, south of Brisbane, hail of up to eight inches was reported.

A photo of the huge hail taken by a 7NEWS viewer.
A photo of the huge hail taken by a 7NEWS viewer. Recognition: Delivered
This huge hailstone landed in Greenbank on Saturday afternoon.
This huge hailstone landed in Greenbank on Saturday afternoon. Credit: Tia Smith
Giant hail has been reported in many parts of southeast Queensland. This photo was taken by a 7NEWS viewer.
Giant hail has been reported in many parts of southeast Queensland. This photo was taken by a 7NEWS viewer. Recognition: Delivered

Large hail struck other areas as well, including Gatton, Adare, Seventeen Mile, Toowoomba, Purga, Amberley, Forestdale, and Springlake.

Property damage has been reported, including a number of cars with broken windows.

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A picture sent to 7NEWS shows a vehicle damaged in Rosewood, Queensland.
A picture sent to 7NEWS shows a vehicle damaged in Rosewood, Queensland. Recognition: Delivered

Public transport was affected as trains on the Beenleigh and Gold Coast lines between Helensvale and Kuraby were suspended due to power outages.

Due to a power outage, trams between Helensvale and Southport stations are now also suspended. According to TransLink, customers can expect delays of up to 3 hours.

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A Springfield Lakes resident decided it was more of garbage, not wanted.

John Austin decided to turn the large chunks of ice into a whiskey on the rocks and capture this snapshot of his new cup holder.

A resident of Springfield Lakes caught his whiskey in the hail on the rocks.
A resident of Springfield Lakes caught his whiskey in the hail on the rocks. Recognition: John Austin

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