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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Series of Supercell storms hit East Coast

A car drives through hail, around 10cm deep, covering the ground at Dalveen, between Warwick and Stanthorpe in SE Qld, after a storm on September 18, 2012.

Audience submitted: John Ursem - http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-09-21/hail-covers-the-ground-at-dalveen/4273088

A thunderstorm approaches Warners Bay on Lake Macquarie, between Sydney and Newcastle, on September 18, 2012.
A tree lies on its side outside Warragul in Gippsland, Victoria, after being uprooted by winds



A trampoline sits between two trees in the front yard of a house in Wodonga, Victoria, after being blown there from the backyard of a house across the street during high winds

Audience submitted: Sue-Anne Jones


Snow covers vehicles parked at Falls Creek in the Australian Alps, Victoria
A storm front moves across Port Phillip Bay and Melbourne 
A yacht rests on the beach at Little Manly in Sydney after being blown there during a storm 

A layer of hail covers the vineyard landscape in the Barossa Valley, South Australia, after storms swept through the area 
Audience submitted: Richard E Henderson


And, Just to add some interest:

A streak appears in the sky off the coast of Perth as a suspected meteor plunged into the ocean. Photo taken on June 30, 2012.
Frost icicles cling to a gate at Woodend, north-west of Melbourne, during sub-zero temperatures on the morning of July 8, 2012.
The Aurora Australis (Southern Lights) covers the sky over Tasmania on July 15, 2012.

Birds of a feather...

Posted Wed Jul 18, 2012 7:59am AEST
White-breasted woodswallows sit together on a branch of a Myall tree on a cold morning in Roxby Downs, South Australia, July 2012.






2 comments:

LindaG said...

Awesome photos!

Crazy weather continues everywhere.

Have a safe Sunday! ♥

The Elephant's Child said...

Thank you for this collation. These photos were all beautiful and some were also breathtaking. Here we would like some rain. I would prefer not to have these catastrophes though.