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Tuesday, 24 September 2019 6:27:01 AM(UTC)
This was from a post I made in 2009 on the Australian Severe weather forum. I think the post was from the 19 -27 of September. It is worth a read. It was full on right around Australia.
As at 3.27pm Tuesday 22/09/09 I counted 39 weather warnings for Australia. It is quite an eventful day. I have posted an WZ map to try and give an idea of what is happening.
There is storms, dust storms, strong winds, cold fronts, fire especially in QLD and the list goes on.
An older version of storm tracker.
Very interesting the similarities 10 years ago.
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