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Wild weather has interfered joyful Christmas in Australia

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At the night of Christmas, Australia’s east coast has battered by thunderstorms which caused deaths and more than 100,000 homes left without power and there is warnings of more wild weather to come.

The Bureau of Meteorology said damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hail were likely between Mackay and the Sunshine Coast, and possible south of Charters Towers.

Showers and thunderstorms are also predicted for Tuesday over eastern, northern, and far northern Queensland.

It is expected to have a maximum temperature of 33oC at Brisbane with Showers and the chance of severe thunderstorm.

In the later reports, two people are found dead including a man died at a property in Caringal after a tree branch fell on him on Tuesday morning and this comes after a woman who had died in Helensvale on the Gold Coast after being hit by a falling tree.

“Emergency services provided medical assistance, however the yet-to-be formally identified man died at the scene,” police said in a statement.

More than 4200 property damage assessments have been completed since Jasper delivered heavy rain and damaging winds. According to Brisbane Times.

Flood warnings remained in place for the Barcoo, Paroo River and Burnett rivers, with a flood watch for parts of the Cape York Peninsula.

The tourists in Australia are advised to take care with some roads still blocked especially in the rural areas.

“We are providing community support at recovery hubs and for people who can’t access them our team is on the phone and online offering advice and support,” Mason said.

Fallen trees and damage after wild weather

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