November – A month to remember!

For a storm enthusiast, November was like Christmas as a child. For more than a week as an upper trough lingered overhead, there was storms within the SE Queensland region. And not just garden variety storms either. Across the month the region saw some spectacular supercell structure, very large hail, even waterspouts off the coast and tornadoes in NE NSW. To top this off, we were treated to one more round of severe weather over the weekend over 23rd-24th as the month rounded out. It truly was a month to remember!

Although I didn’t get out and chase as much as I would have liked due to work commitments, I did manage to plant myself in front of a few storms. Here’s a few of my favourite shots I gathered from the November to remember…

November 12th – between Oakey and Toowomba

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November 14th – Windsor

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November 15th – Mount Coot-tha

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November 16th – Peak Crossing

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November 23rd – Near Moonie

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