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4th September 2004


The storms today were under a cold middle to upper layer pool of air. Temperatures at 500mb were edging towards -30C. The small hail here at Nowra was typical of what these storms produced.

I watched a few late afternoon bolts from the weak storms near Nowra. At sunset one cell moved offshore Black Head, Gerringong.


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