Tue. Mar 2nd, 2021

The town of Broken Hill in outback Australia has endured an intense drought since 2017, but it is finally seeing some longed-for rain.

Spectacular images of recent thunderstorms have been captured by local photographer Jacob Vlatko.

He tells the BBC how, after so long, it’s been “amazing” to witness.

Video by Isabelle Rodd

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5 thoughts on “Australia drought: Capturing spectacular storms in the outback – BBC News”
  1. Climate change could be real, i’m no expert or a climate scientist. But, I trust the BBC as far as I can throw them. Anything they push i’m naturally suspicious about.

  2. Sir Simon wessely the number one expert knighted psychiatrist as seen gloating on pictures on google will be able to brush all the covid victims under his psychological hysterical blanket after this virus has the vaccine . the BBC and other news organizations that don’t care about real people children or adults . we are just expendable casualty’s that have no value

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