Mostly (and thankfully) the daily weather is fairly predictable, mundane even. It’ll be fine, cloudy, raining or maybe a mixture. But every now and then, things get weird – tornadoes, super cells and tennis ball-sized hail.
Thankfully there are plenty of weather-obsessed folks happy to chase storms and share all their knowledge, pictures and videos of some of the unusual things that happen in the heavens. Strap in, this could be a wild ride.
Linden Ashcroft is a climate scientist and science communicator from country Victoria who teaches both of these important topics at The University of Melbourne. Her research uses the past to...View Profile
Justin grew up in south east Queensland where spring thunderstorms commonly occur and his storm chasing career began in 2001 at just 17 years old. Justin lived his lifelong dream...View Profile
Nate Byrne is a weather presenter who brings meteorological credentials to the table each morning as part of the ABC News Breakfast team. Nate trained with the Bureau of Meteorology...View Profile
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