Once again the pattern in our weather repeats itself. Hot (read as warm in this instance) strong northerly winds from the inland buffeting Melbourne are followed by a south-westerly cool change that sweeps across Port Phillip Bay.
In mid summer the consequences are much more dangerous when the temperatures are up around 40 degrees and bush fire risk is extreme. Fortunately on this occasion the Spring change heralded a drop from 25 degrees to 13 degrees so the fire danger was low. Still spectacular to watch the rapidly changing clouds.
Here’s how the stormy sky looked as the front rolled in.