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Stunning images of Australian dust storm

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The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said the dust storm was not directly linked to Tropical Cyclone Narelle. Narelle is currently hundreds of kilometres off shore. The dust storm met with strong winds and rain as it passed over Onslow, resulting in it ‘dumping sand and dust’ it had picked up. Winds with a speed of 102kph were recorded.

‘Eerie and amazing’ images of a dust storm in western Australia have been posted online. As southern Australia ‘sizzles’ in an extreme heatwave, the ‘meteorological phenomenon’ rolled over western Australia. Buzzfeed posted incredible images of a ‘meteorological phenomenon’ which showed a huge dust storm off the coast of western Australia. As it moved over the water it looked like a tangible substance, dense and unyielding.

The photos were taken by various Australians and are posted on Facebook at Perth Weather Live. The images have received media attention and various comments. Most of the photos were uploaded from mobile or cell phones. In one photo, the Macedon Gas project site looks like the aftermath of a disaster. One comment on this image read, ‘makes nice picture but not good for the aircon’.

The dust storm off the coast of Onslow, Western Australia, is predicted to be followed by tropical cyclone Narelle, according to the Australian.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/341060#ixzz2HnZ8KWFB

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Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/341060

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