Rainbows and Sunshine After Thunderstorms Move Across Melbourne

StoryfulPublished: October 9, 2017
Published: October 9, 2017

The Department of Health and Human Services warned of an increased risk of “thunderstorm asthma” on October 8 after a thunderstorm rolled through Melbourne and the surrounding regions. Showers and lightning were spotted south near Geelong, and captured in a timelapse by local photographer Brendan Calwell, before a rainbow painted the skies above the coastal suburbs. The Herald Sun reported that the Victoria SES received 38 requests for help in a 24-hour-period after wild weather toppled down trees. This video shows the storm moving over Bellarine Peninsula, Clifton Springs, and Barwon Heads near Ocean Grove, Victoria. Credit: Brendan Calwell via Storyful

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