When it rains it pours, but the savage weather in northern New South Wales reached new heights Tuesday, lashing a line of gargoyles along the coast.
In a series of storms that formed along the lower central north coast yesterday afternoon, up to five gargoyles jumped up just outside Harrington and drained at the mouth of the Manning River.
Local resident Kirra Moffitt took a picture of the five gargoyles that form in the sea off the coast on Tuesday at around 4:30 p.m.
23-year-old amateur photographer Ms. Moffitt was editing photos on her laptop when she spotted the spills from the window of her house and ran to grab her camera.
« There were storm clouds all over the place, but I looked out the window and saw a stream of water behind a tree, » said Ms. Moffitt.
« I went to Pilot Hill (in Harrington) and suddenly there were five. It was so scary, but really amazing to see so many at once. »
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe weather warning for storms in the Mid North Coast region yesterday afternoon.
« The current trough along the New South Wales coast creates the perfect setting for a gargoyle, » said Ms. Woodhouse.
« All you need is a shower of rain and changing winds on the ocean surface, and we’re seeing pretty good rainfall in this part of NSW so a number of gargoyles can form. »
For large areas of New South Wales, there is more rain on the way as a cold front and trough run through it. In the coastal areas, possible thunderstorms and showers are expected until Friday.
Bronco’s trainer Kevin Walters has told Matt Lodge that he is free to move on due to pressure on the salary cap. But the great front rower refuses to give up the fight.
The eels have a terrible record against the roosters, but when Parramatta players speak of the tricolors there is more respect than hatred.
She had buried ice cream in her back yard, cashed bags and even made threatening calls from prison. See how this Gold Coast mom’s meth empire was exposed.
Here is a list of the matters listed in Ipswich Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Four people, including a teenage girl and child, were hospitalized in Springfield Central following an accident. A woman in her twenties was in a serious …
The Rockhampton rugby league player is reliving his rise and great friends he played with.
Local community groups raised more than $ 40,000 to honor veterans
Three thunderstorm cells move over the southeast and bring heavy rain
« You have to help Gracie … you have to help Gracie. »
COVID Qld: The rental rules are being rolled back to pre-pandemic agreements
© The Queensland Times Pty Limited 2021. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited under the laws of Australia and international treaties.
Donnez votre point de vue et aboonez-vous!
Votre point de vue compte, donnez votre avis