Australia drought: Capturing spectacular storms in the outback – BBC News

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    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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