I've been going through the home videos and discovered this footage of the Wentworthville tornadic supercell from November 3, 2000. I do remember coming back from Toongabbie on James Ruse Drive, looking to the south and seeing the wall of moisture from the Sea Breeze front feeding into the updraft with incredible speed. I rushed home to grab the video camera to capture what I could at the time. i didn't realise what an amazing event this turned out to be . The time on the video is one hour behind as I hadn't reset for daylight savings time. Cheers, Con.
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