Last Friday 6th March, I ventured onto the flat plains north of Windsor for a just in case scenario of cells developing - firstly the cell to the north near Wisemans Ferry and then another coming from Penrith. The structure for the Penrith cell was reasonable and ready for organisation had it had more instability with clear base to updraft shear visible. But as I prepared for positioning it clearly got undercut and elevated and moved off to the east dyting quickly. I saw no point to venture after the Wiseman's cell anrd it died after a few frames becoming undercut also.
Sixty Minutes Interview Jimmy Deguara and Dave Croan way back in 2004 As part of our yearly pilgrimage, Liz Hayes […]
Absolutely stunning supercell developed just prior to sunset as I was on the way back to my hotel! It rotated […]