The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

The Bureau of Meteorology in Australia runs a photographic competition each year. The winning pictures go into a calendar, alongside their stories. Take a look the pictures in the 2011 calendar.

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

A lightning strike illuminates the sky near the Thevenard silos at Ceduna, South Australia. Picture by Andrew Brooks

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

A Monsoon rainstorm above the Howard River, Humpty Doo, Northern Territory.  Picture by Michael Bowman

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

A thin layer of ice forms on the surface of Artists Pool, Cradle Mountain, and Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania. Picture by Barry Mulheran

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

A heavy shower crosses Cleveland Bay, off Townsville, Queensland. Picture by Steve Davis

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

Dust shrouds Sydney Harbour Bridge. Picture by John Grainger

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

Morning fog hangs over blemish Mittons Bridge Road, St Andrews, Victoria. Picture by Tony Stutterd

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

An Iceberg in the waters between Australia’s Casey and Davis bases in Antarctica. Picture by Bared Becker

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

Stratocumulus clouds form undulations above Mt Feathertop, Victoria. Picture by Nikolai Belousov

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

A Thunderstorm rolls into Port Hedland, Western Australia. Picture by Katie Davis

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

A Thunderstorm cloud spirals menacingly above Hornsby, north of Sydney, New South Wales. Picture by Andrew Treloar

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

Lightning hit out in front of harsh thunderstorm clouds near Ruthven, on the New South Wales. Picture by David Ellem

The Australian Weather Calendar of 2011

Bushland is covered with a white dusting during the early stages of a snow storm at Mt Dandenong, Victoria. Picture by David Jones

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