Weather Photography Album
WOW, those Corinidi Beach wall cloud images are amazing! :)
Yes it was an excellent storm and one that blew me away for some time!
How is this for a beast of a hailstone from Tyndale, NSW. Oh and this was about an hour after the hail had melted because David C and I had followed the storm to Yamba stayed there for about 10 minutes and returned. This supercell spawned hailstones that has cracked the roof tiles! And there was relatively little in the way of wind!
The conglomerate hail with white ruler is a perfect example of hail fused together – these are often reported as giant hailstones. The individual hailstones were about say about 2 to 3cm in diameter and this is what should be reported!
Tropical storms near Philippines and Japan July 25 and 26 2015
July 26, 2015
Category 1 Typhoon Halola approaches Japan – July 22 2015
July 22, 2015
Images of the snow event Taralga NSW – 17 July 2015
July 20, 2015
Typhoon Nangka makes landfall over Japan 16 July 2015
July 19, 2015
Satellite photos of snow cover Central Tablelands NSW 19 July 2015
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