Yesterday saw some of the best photographic weather we’ve seen so far this year.
WeatherWatch.co.nz photographers jumped at the chance to capture the towering thunder clouds as they moved over Northland, Auckland and Waikato.
Do you have photos? Send them in here.
Taken at 4.03 18th May,2010, looking towards Mt Roskill. SE from New Lynn. A close up image of the cumulus. Looking like a tunnel. Wind swung around to W for awhile as the storm moved southwards.
Uploaded by: Zelda Wynn
Thunderstorms moving over Warkworth – Kat Cooper
Thunderstorm over Pirongia Mountain at 4pm. Uploaded by: Colin Krippner
Thunderstorm over Pirongia Mountain at 4pm Tuesday. Uploaded by: Colin Krippner
View over Waiotu Valley Northland at 7.15am. Uploaded by: Paul Rockell
Cold air from rear of a line of thunder storms was pushing all the early morning mist up in a weak up draught to form this roll cloud over the Puhipuhi plateau 30kms to the NE of Whangarei at first light. It was moving at 30 knots and very impressive. Uploaded by: Paul Rockell
Thunderstorms from Conifer Grove, Papakura, Uploaded by: Mike Condon
Cloud in west at Te Rore SW of Hamilton this aftrenoon.Uploaded by: Franz Krippner
Thunderstorms from Conifer Grove, Papakura Uploaded by: Mike Condon
Magnificent build up of cumulus over Mt Albert 3.49pm May 18,2010. Uploaded by: Zelda Wynn
Thanks to everyone for sending in your photos – WW