Lightning Strikes Sydney: A piece of shocking news is coming into the highlights from Australia. Yes, we are talking about a wild electrical storm that has lashed Australia’s east coast, bringing lightning strikes, hail, and a warning to ignore power lines and windows due to damaging winds. This news has been circulating all over the internet. The netizens have been continuously reacting to the news. After knowing about the storm, people want to know the condition of Australia and the impact of the storm. They are searching to know more details online. In this article, we are going to share all the details regarding the impacts of storms. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Lightning Strikes Sydney
As per the reports, a wild electrical storm has lashed Australia’s east coast, prompting lightning strikes, heavy rain, hail, a warning to ignore windows and power lines due to damaging windows. An intense thunderstorm warning was issued for south-western Sydney, greater Wollongong, and the Campbelltown area after sparking storm cells battered a vast area to the south of the city.
There are many clips and images that have been shared on social media in which one of the commuters was seen taking shelter from a downpour inside a Bunning car park and shot rain blowing horizontally inside the building until it resembled a car wash. Elsewhere, lightning strikes illuminated the southern skies in the evening, leading to an extraordinary multicolored sunset over southern Sydney. Firstly, the storm was found at Campbelltown and Appin and was because of a hit then Liverpool, Helensburgh, and Sutherland at 8 pm.
A marble-sized hail attacked southern Sydney and the Illawarra region and covered the pitch ahead of kicking-off in the A-league Women’s match between Wellington Phoenix and Adelaide United at WIN Stadium. Further north, the Sydney metro area and the parts of the Hunter, Central Tablelands districts, and Illawarra were also under a general thunderstorm warning. The Bureau of Meteorology has warned people who are located in the affected areas to stay at least 8m from fallen power lines or objects that might be energized such as fences. They also asked people to stay inside as much as possible and to stay away from windows. They also warned people to keep pets and children indoors. If you want to keep updated then bookmark our site to catch the latest updates.