Author Topic: NSW, VIC, SA Storms 26 November 2010  (Read 2363 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline nmoir

  • Elephant Trunk F2
  • *
  • Posts: 200
  • Gender: Male
  • "busting chases since 1999"
    • Oculi.com.au
NSW, VIC, SA Storms 26 November 2010
« on: 27 November 2010, 02:48:33 PM »
I positioned myself around Taralga , looking for the boundary which proved to stay east of me . It popped up some almost stationary storms which took on moisture from very low and had some nice updrafts , Jimmy D had a look at a cell at Mittagong while i came in from the west at a nice cell hovering over Marulan , nth of Goulburn NSW. They probably knocked a few koalas out of the trees as the dropped most of the heavy rain or hail into the Bungonia state forest , east of the HWY
all pics are from the west nth west of the storms.
Nick Moir
Photographer
The Sydney Morning Herald
and www.oculi.com.au

Offline pingtang

  • Multi-vortex F1
  • *
  • Posts: 70
  • Gender: Male
    • Southcoastweather
RE: NSW, VIC, SA Storms 26 November 2010
« Reply #1 on: 27 November 2010, 05:08:27 PM »
I knocked off from at at 2:30pm,grabbed my cameras and immediately chased to the Nerriga area. Unfortunately the best action occured as I was lefe home. As a result I missed out by 30-40minutes and had to settle for CGs in the storms decaying stage. At one stage a storm decided to track N/NE,most likely riding along a weak outflow boundary. I couldn't see any distant features, maybe a touch of greenage.At the end of the day it was only a pulse storm,and most likely only made torrential rain and maybe some small hail. Thankfully the lightning behaviour was rather nice with multiple staccato strikes at times.

http://www.youtube.com/user/pingtang666?feature=mhum


 
I've seen some great storms hit Nerriga in recent years,and its great to finally take advantage of the fully sealed stretch from Nowra to Nerriga(a comfortable 50minute drive)  Unfortunately the views are terrible,though filmable if desperate. It opens up near Nerriga but only for a couple of kilometres.

Offline Richary

  • Barrel tornado F4
  • *
  • Posts: 680
  • Gender: Male
RE: NSW, VIC, SA Storms 26 November 2010
« Reply #2 on: 27 November 2010, 06:33:05 PM »
I have heard reports today of golf ball size hail in the Barossa Valley (near Adelaide) and some of the Melbourne storms looked pretty heavy on radar this afternoon. So hopefully we will get some more reports in.

According to radar some storms to the west and south of Sydney today, hopefully the forecasts are right and they will get to us by Sunday.

Offline Michael Bath

  • storm chaser
  • Administrator
  • Wedge tornado F5
  • *
  • Posts: 1,602
  • Gender: Male
    • Australian Severe Weather
RE: NSW, VIC, SA Storms 26 November 2010
« Reply #3 on: 28 November 2010, 03:38:35 AM »
Yeah, that SA one had a mention in the warning:

Quote
Golf-ball sized hail and flash flooding were reported near Eudunda earlier this afternoon.

Looks like a split before the right mover passed over Eudunda

128km Radar Loop for Adelaide (Buckland Park), 01:00 26/11/2010 to 08:00 26/11/2010 UTC



And the storms southwest of Sydney:

128km Radar Loop for Sydney (Terrey Hills), 01:00 26/11/2010 to 10:00 26/11/2010 UTC
Location: Mcleans Ridges, NSW Northern Rivers
Australian Severe Weather:   http://australiasevereweather.com/
Lightning Photography:   http://www.lightningphotography.com/
Early Warning Network: http://www.ewn.com.au
Contact: Michael Bath