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Wild Weather in Broome

21 Feb 2018 -- Posted by : Pamela

As the storms keep rolling across the west Kimberley there are lots of photographic opportunities.  Some needing water craft others not!  This image was taken from a vantage point across Roebuck Bay as the storm front of Cyclone Kelvin approached Broome. It brought with it record amounts of rain over 490mm over 3 days.  This image was used by Channel 9 News and Weather in Victoria.

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