Prediction: Australia Flood

I had a visual of an entire city under a layer of water, trees brought down, houses damaged, raging water pushing away everything in its path.

“Australia.. Brisbane hit hard”

“Brisbane.. 18”

The number 18 could be seen as the 18th of May but more likely its a countdown putting it sometime between the 6th-8th of May.

I would encourage all of those in Australia to please take caution, the visual was very disturbing, the damage it caused was extensive. Though they did not say it, everything points to a cyclone.

45 thoughts on “Prediction: Australia Flood”

  1. Oh dear! It’s odd that they are predicting a cyclone so far south at this time of year. After post-Cyclone Debbie recently passed through the area (after being downgraded thankfully) I did a bit of reading and it turns out that cyclones do hit this far south, though it is very rare.

    Brisbane is also prone to flooding during extreme weather events. The most severe flood being 2010/2011.

    Are they predicting a cyclone to directly enter off the coast near Brisbane or are they suggesting something similar to Cyclone Debbie where it enters from the north, drives down the coast and downgrades to a severe storm and drops tonnes of water?

    1. The cyclone part is a guess on my part based on the level of destruction. It could just be one massive storm. They implied the storm would hit Brisbane the worst, so IF it is a cyclone I am expecting it to hit Brisbane before moving onto other locations.

      1. Hi Eric.
        I’m watching the temperatures in that region around S/E QLD/N/E NSW.
        I have my own home there & two investment properties.

        It’s just been bollocked by an ex-cyclone who’s “corps” still packed a punch.

        It’s the mid autumn now & the temps in that region are still having odd warm spikes which is unsettling because a cyclone generally needs temps to be above 25C (77F) to form.
        Anymore insights into this prediction as May approaches?


  2. I’ve literally this week just left Brisbane (2,000 west) and felt very happy to leave. Not a good vibe. I’m due to rerun to pack up my appartment between the 12-15th May. Will definitely keep an eye out on the weather, but seeing as it’s too late in the year for a cyclone I’m guessing a tsunami. I lived on a peninsula north of Brisbane and was always terrified of a tsunami as it would take everything!

    1. I own in Sandgate. Quite worrying if something like this comes to pass. It would be catastrophic for the bayside suburbs. All fairly low lying. They would be wiped out.

  3. Eric SWC
    BRIsbane River is a huge flooding threat if another Quake hits the Fraser fault with a high displacemwnt of water .
    Here is previous quake link for Fraser Island
    even aound Venuatu and fiji could cause a serious Tsunami threat I believe ..
    and there has been some serious deep 5 and 6 quakes around there in past few days .
    so a higher 7 or 8 could strike Fiji Venuatu in next few days s it usually occurs a couple of mag higher after that depth you get a shallower higher one ..though it may travel west of there to papua or Indonesia .
    praying not south west to Queensland area ..will add a link below of recent data on deep quake ..

  4. the 18 mignt not be a countdown
    Prediction on 4-12-14 has two things in commin
    with this prediction: tsunami and 18
    the predictions are almost exactly
    2 years apart

    what is the connection between these
    2 predictions that would have 18 in common?

  5. unless 18 is reinforcing the dates and is a countdown
    from the prediction date .
    18 days from 4-12 is around
    April 30. And 18 days from
    todays prediction is around
    may 7..

  6. Prediction on 3-13-17 references
    tsunami with these numbers
    14 22 30 2 if u add the number sets together
    you get 5 4 3 2
    a countdown and 2 months
    gives date around may 13?

  7. 3-21-17 in this prediction we have “T”
    and 2:00
    and it references old prediction of
    1-8-15 having number 7 that u say could mean 2017
    so we have 2 references to it happening in
    2017. coul the T be tsunami?

  8. A long shot .. but North Korea is threatening to fire another Nuclear Test Missile, and they said in 2012 it would be aimed at Australia. Last week Pine Gap said, they have been on Alert since 2012. A Missile along our Coastline could cause a Tsunami ? or China, who is according to the Australian Govt last week, is responsible for stopping North Korea Missiles. Could be China trying to stop a North Korea Missile and it lands alongside our East Coast causing a Tsunami.

  9. Tropical depression forming in altantic.
    Can cause potential cyclone but they didnt
    say where it would be. But said will not agfect

  10. Eric, SWC,

    Brisbane …( from this post)
    ,The severe weather drenching and damaging the Queensland coast is approaching Brisbane, with power outages, flooding and intense rainfall occurring further north on Monday afternoon. Bundaberg was being battered by wet and wild weather mid-afternoon. Almost 5000 properties were without power, flash flooding was taking hold across the city and a month’s worth of rain fell in an hour. A total of 75 millimetres was recorded in Bundaberg during the hour to 2.30pm. There were also reports that some form of a tornado had swept through, with images showing significant damage being posted on social media. Weatherzone meteorologist Brett Dutschke said having seen the images and video, he believed “the damage was consistent with something like a tornado”. He added that given the “massive downpour and thunderstorm” nearby, the weather was “conducive” to a tornado occurring. Mr Dutschke said the heaviest rain was expected to hit Brisbane during the early evening. He said the falls could be enough to cause flash flooding,

  11. Eric, SWC
    6 people missing..
    Six people were reported missing after their fishing trawler capsized in bad weather off the central Queensland coast on Monday evening. One of their crewmates survived for 12 hours in heavy seas before raising the alarm. Torrential rain in the state also led to the death of a man caught in floodwater near Gympie and an incident in Brisbane in which a jogger was flung into a creek after being hit by a car that skidded off the road. Police said the trawler overturned near Middle Island off the town of 1770 about 7.30pm on Monday and sank about midnight.

    rain and flooding..

    The area received almost 140mm of rain in the previous 24 hours and a severe weather warning remained in place on Tuesday afternoon. The Bureau of Meteorology predicted six-hourly rainfall totals of up to 180mm on Tuesday, with possible thunderstorms. The body of the 67-year-0ld man who was swept from a flooded causeway at Marys Creek, near Gympie, was found by police and swift water rescue officers inside his submerged car about 6am on Tuesday. The man and his wife initially escaped from the vehicle on Monday evening, but the man was swept away after he got back inside to try to move it to safety. It is believed he got about halfway across the flooded road before becoming stranded. The injured man was jogging on Turbo Road in Woolloongabba, Brisbane, on Tuesday morning when he was struck by an out-of-control car and thrown two metres into a creek. A police spokeswoman said the driver was believed to have skidded coming round a corner, causing him to hit the runner and propel them both into Norman creek. The driver climbed out of his vehicle but did not realise he had struck the jogger, paramedics said. It was only after passersby spotted the jogger in the creek that firefighters and paramedics were able to rescue him. The man, believed to be in his 40s, suffered significant chest and pelvic injuries and “injuries consistent with having been submerged” and was taken to Princess Alexandra hospital in a critical condition. The driver was taken to the same hospital in a stable condition. Police have appealed for witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage of the incident to come forward. In central Queensland a helicopter was sent to help save a man who called police from the roof of his flooded car near Miriam Vale. As parts of Queensland deal with flooding from torrential rain during the past few days, drivers were warned not to try to cross submerged roads and causeways. “If it is flooded, please forget it,” a Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman, Andrew Kelly, told the Nine network. “Don’t take any risks.”

  12. Eric, SWC.

    Queensland…Australia 🇦🇺
    Affects food supply too.

    Record-breaking rain and flooding it caused wreaked havoc across Queensland, Australia during the past 7 days, forcing evacuations, causing power outages, road closures, and widespread crop losses. At least 1 person has been killed and six are missing. For farmers, it’s been one extreme to another, from drought to deluge.


  13. Eric, SWC,

    Queensland had its third-wettest October on record averaged across the State, and the wettest October since 1975, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology reported in their monthly climate summary released November 1. The storms forced evacuations, caused power outages, road closures, widespread crop losses and left 7 people dead.

  14. Ross River Dam in Townsville QLD Australia is bursting its banks right now, with more significant rain forecast. Not Brisbane, but I can see Townsville going underwater if the dam fails

  15. Eric,SWC,

    Australia 🇦🇺
    Military steps in..

    Cairns (Australia) (AFP) – Australia’s military has been deployed to tackle devastating “once-in-a-century” floods that have inundated homes, schools and airports in the country’s northeast, forcing hundreds to flee and bringing crocodiles onto the streets.

    The Australian Defence Forces delivered 70,000 sandbags, deployed amphibious cargo vehicles and helped pluck flashlight-wielding residents from their rooftops Monday, as monsoon rains drenched the northern state of Queensland.

    Australia’s tropical north typically experiences heavy rains during the monsoon season, but the recent downpour has seen some areas get a year’s worth of rainfall in a week.

    The authorities were forced to open floodgates of a major dam late Sunday, unleashing what they called “dangerous and high velocity flows.”

    In hard-hit Townsville, cars were mostly submerged, with picket fences barely poking through waist-deep flood waters.

    “We’ve never seen so much water in our lives,” said local radio journalist Gabi Elgood. “You think there can’t possibly be any more to come but the rain just doesn’t stop.”

  16. Eric,SWC,

    Australia 🇦🇺
    Tropical cyclone “Veronica”.. Western Australia..
    Tropical Cyclone “Veronica” formed north of Kimberly, Western Australia on March 19, 2019. The low rapidly intensified yesterday and BOM expects it to continue intensifying to a severe category with a severe tropical cyclone and coastal crossing possible for the Pilbara coast over the weekend.

    This will be a slow-moving and intense tropical cyclone with significant and prolonged wind, storm surge and flooding impacts.

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