Colin, Harley and I targeted the region north of Gloucester. On the F3 freeway, and a tower exploded in that region. By the time we got to it, the storm had weakened. Time for lunch as we contemplated what else may fire. I had in my mind that a moisture boundary seemed to be located further east.
So after lunch we headed east towards Taree. It was not long before we were in the moisture and at Krambach, we stopped. A cell to the south near Bulahdelah was strong and headed for us. However, our attention turned to strong tower to our SW. This began to organise and soon contained precipitation and a rain free base. Suddenly the storm organised with a green tinge. With this move into severe limits came out the Bureau of Meteorology warning. We paced the storm to just south of Wingham. From here the storm remained in hard to reach areas so we called it a day. Some strong bolts pierced the ground from the cells and a couple behind us so we got back in the car.