Heavy Storm Hits Sydney With Fast Moving HailstonesChandra Prabu (Author) Published Date : Dec 20, 2018 14:25 ET
In the size of Hockey balls to egg-sized hailstones are smashed their way throughout East, an inner and Western suburb of Sydney this afternoon.
The meteorological department already released warnings a few days ago indicating the risk not just of large but huge hailstones look like delivered intensely from the sky. The metropolitan city workers are warned to prepare for the danger and a wet home.
The train service was just suspended before 6:30 pm, with passengers on board a Central to Dulwich Hill service.
Sydney CBD, South and West, along with Wollongong, Dubbo and New Castle are severely warned thunderstorm.
A resident from Paddington shared "went from the size of golf balls to cricket balls and smashed a skylight in his home. It suddenly felt quite foolish to be gawping at the windows. When I went outside just now, the street was lined with men checking the roofs of their cars for damage."
⚠ We are currently experiencing some flight delays due to weather conditions. Please check with your airline for the latest flight information.— Sydney Airport ✈️ (@SydneyAirport) December 20, 2018
Heavy Storm Hits Sydney With Fast Moving Hailstones