Stormy skies over soft summer sunlight—passing thunderstorms kissed the bay with meteorological marvels today! ???? by staffer Marissa!
The Bureau of Meteorology said that these storms were producing rainfall rates over three inches per hour at one point.
The Bureau of Meteorology is heralding the end of the world or at least a really serious storm. The Bureau of Meteorology warns that, at 4:10 pm, severe thunderstorms were detected on weather radar near Belconnen, Weston Creek, Copp...
As thunderstorms roiled over the northern suburbs, sunlight hit the cloud base and washed the sky in pink and orange.
Rain is when the sky and sea hold hands. Dramatic scenery this morning from another stormy day on the Monterey Bay.