You certainly had to be west or on the divide as James was. The guys from Narrabri and Lightning Ridge may have got something good as well.
That we certainly did Michael!
Storms triggered late in the afternoon as expected and I didn't stop chasing until 3:45am! (when my brain finally gave out lol) At 7:30pm the first highly active line came through, no real features as they were mostly HP until it settled down a little a we had what I suspect was a right mover traveling East then turning South and hitting town at 8:45pm. This storm was beautiful (even capturing my first roll cloud, as I was saying to Mike in another thread, we don't get those too often!) This cell carried the first staccato strikes I've seen in a while which made photography a joy. I shot three or four more messy cells that came through town at 2:45am which were active but the rain killed any chances of good shots so after an hour or so I headed home.
Nothing in the way of hail to report but the rain totals are beaut! The ground is completely saturated (so is the floor of my ute lol).
I'll throw a couple small shots on here and add the link to the days events and the other numerous shots sometime today.
The first shot is of a small LP cell that came by around 6:43pm and started the afternoon delight off!(couldn't take a trick with this little cell and didn't manage one CG from the 8 or so that it produced? lol) The second and third shots are from the beast that rolled in at 8:45. I have heaps of great shots from this storm to share with you all!
Cheers and take care.