Today we had the chance to meet with Josh from “Josh’s all round Weather” and introduce him to the greater community.
Josh is a great young bloke and a 13 year veteran Sippy Downs resident with a passion for weather that is simply inspiring.
If you live locally then please check out Josh’s Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/AllRoundWeather/
We are looking forward to introducing you to many more locals who are doing some wonderful things so that together we can celebrate the people, the organisations and the spirit of community together.
Submitted to the website by a local resident.
12noon 20/02/2015 – Claymore Road Sippy Downs and Lake crossings
With the storm front yet to hit Sippy Downs is already bursting at the seams.
Please take the time to prepare in any way that you can before the storm hits and stay safe over the next 24 to 48 hours.
For Full Flood Mapping info visit the Sunshine Coast Disaster Hub Flood Mapping Service
Here is just a few photos and video and of the overflow into the national park on Claymore Road taken this morning at 9am prior to the current downfall.
In light of the current weather and potential disaster warnings over the next 24 to 48 hours we thought it a great idea to remind you all that the Community Website links directly to the Sunshine Coast Disaster Hub (Operated by SCC) for your latest accurate up to date info on any emergency and disaster info relevant to the Sunshine Coast.
Launched late last year The Sunshine Coast Disaster Hub is a state of the art portal providing a central point for authorities to distribute
disaster news, info and advice along with, Emergency Contacts, Flood Mapping, Social media feeds, Airport Info, Traffic Camera Info and general tips and info on being prepared for a disaster.
Sippy Downs (SE QLD) is very much looking like it will receive up to 400mm of rain during this coming Thursday and Friday.
Keep an eye out and lift up anything that might float away!