Bright cloud over central parts of the NSW coast around a low pressure system is causing brisk southerly winds and showers. Low cloud over much of the state is now causing any rain. Skies are clearer in the far north under a ridge of high pressure.
In December 2014 we upgraded our lightning network to the latest in sensor technology as used by the world's leading meteorological agencies. This has resulted in changes and improvements to the lightning data you will now see. The main changes are:
16:55 EST Yesterday, spectacular storms rumbled throughout the ACT and surrounds, but calmer weather is around the corner.