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Rain brings renewed flood warnings - 17/10/16

**Rain brings renewed flood warnings**

The Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology has again issued flood watches for Tasmania, Victoria, and flood warnings for parts of Queensland and New South Wales.

A combination of fronts this week will see rain fall on already saturated ground, one moving over Monday in to Tuesday and again later in the week Thursday to Friday.

Rain brings renewed flood warnings - 17/10/16

**Rain brings renewed flood warnings**

The Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology has again issued flood watches for Tasmania, Victoria, and flood warnings for parts of Queensland and New South Wales.

A combination of fronts this week will see rain fall on already saturated ground, one moving over Monday in to Tuesday and again later in the week Thursday to Friday.

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Active tropical cyclone season in 2016–17

Queenslanders are urged to prepare now with the release of the Bureau of Meteorology's tropical cyclone outlook today pointing toward a more active cyclone season this year.

Bureau of Meteorology Acting Regional Director Bruce Gunn said the warmer weather brings with it increased risks with the onset of the northern Australia fire season in spring, storms - as we have already seen in Brisbane last weekend - and of course cyclones and flooding.

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What is a microburst?

What is a microburst?

A microburst is a small downdraft that is the opposite of a tornado and are found inside rather strong thunderstorms. The difference between a microburst and a tornado are that tornados pull air in, and microbursts push air out, and tornadoes usually have the appearance of swirling wind.

There are two types:
* Dry Microburst
* Wet Microburst

There are also three stages of a microburst
* Downburst
* Outburst
* Cushion

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