What was the temperature in Brisbane yesterday?

What was the temperature in Brisbane yesterday?

Brisbane Weather History for the Previous 24 Hours

Time Temp Weather
11:45 pm Sun, May 15 72 °F Mild.
10:46 pm 72 °F Mild.
10:15 pm 73 °F Mild.

What was the coldest day in Brisbane?

For the record, Brisbane’s coldest day on record was August 12, 1954, when the temperature peaked at just 10.2°C. Days with maximums below 17°C have occurred in May, June, July and August.

What was the temperature in Brisbane today?

Brisbane (27.4676°S, 153.0279°E, 2m AMSL) Brisbane,QLD set as my default location ›

Now 21.1°c
Feels Like: 25.2°
Wind: N 0km/h
Gusts: 0km/h
Humidity: 98%

How much rain has Brisbane had in the last 24 hours?

Brisbane Past 24 hours

Past 24 hours
Time Temp Rainfall
06:00 21.6°C 27.0mm
07:00 21.7°C 27.0mm
08:00 22.9°C 27.0mm

Is Brisbane a good place to live?

It’s safe. If safety is important to you and your family then this is your city. Maybe this is one of the characteristics as to why people continue to consider Brisbane a big old country town. According to BestCities.org, Brisbane is the 7th safest city in the world, thanks to its low crime rates.

Has it ever snowed in Brisbane Australia?

In fact snow has been recorded in Brisbane on three occasions. The last recorded snowfall in Brisbane was on 21 September 1958, but this was a very light snow shower. Prior to this, the only recorded snowfalls were on 27 June 1927 and 27 July 1882.

What was the coldest day in Brisbane 2021?

Notable events affecting Queensland

Extremes in 2021
Coldest day 15.0 °C at Cape Moreton Lighthouse on 21 July
Coldest night -1.3 °C at Canungra (Defence) on 22 July
Coolest nights on average 11.8 °C at Canungra (Defence)
Warmest nights on average 18.5 °C at Cape Moreton Lighthouse

How much did it rain in Brisbane?

Brisbane Rainfall Reports

date rain to 9am interval
mm hours
May 2022 Total 196.0 12 day(s)
May 2000-2021 Average Total 61.1 9.0 day(s)
May 2000-2021 Wettest Total 248.8 2015

Is Brisbane full of Bogans?

Brisbane has “Logan bogans”. And in Melbourne, the western suburb of Sunshine is colloquially referred to as “Scumshine”. These areas are commonly characterised as problem places, inhabited by “problem people”.