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Sun set to shine

Wednesday, 16th September, 2015

Jett Xavier Jackson Gabelloni Jett Xavier Jackson Gabelloni

The prolonged winter weather may finally be at an end with the onset of a string of sunny days. According to the Bureau of Meteorology, the temperature should remain in the low 20s over the next week. One local who stepped outside to enjoy the fine conditions was Jett Xavier Jackson Gabelloni. The three-year-old is shown with the pretty flowers growing outside his grandmother’s house yesterday afternoon.

Electrical storm strikes city

Thursday, 8th November, 2012

Bolts of lightning light up the sky in this shot, looking west down Chapple Street. PICTURE: Jamie Billing Bolts of lightning light up the sky in this shot, looking west down Chapple Street. PICTURE: Jamie Billing

By Kurtis J Eichler

Adelaide copped it on Monday and yesterday morning it was Broken Hill's turn.

A luminous, roaring spectacle of thunder and lightning dumped 32mm of rain on the city, plunged almost half of the city into darkness and closed roads.

Spring sprung a leak

Friday, 12th October, 2012

Livia Slater, 5, was all rugged up in freezing Argent Street yesterday. Livia Slater, 5, was all rugged up in freezing Argent Street yesterday.

By Kurtis J Eichler

Pelting hail and sheets of rain blasted Broken Hill yesterday, dropping the city's temperature to under four degrees Celsius in what is supposed to be Spring.

Shoppers raced for shelter as bursts of hail and rain showered the CBD and parts of the city.

Young Summer soaks up some winter rays

Wednesday, 13th June, 2012

Jessica Ray with her daughter Summer Milne (18 months) enjoyed a few rays of sunshine after a cold start to winter. Jessica Ray with her daughter Summer Milne (18 months) enjoyed a few rays of sunshine after a cold start to winter.

By Emily Roberts

After a below average start to winter, locals can expect to enjoy more milder weather throughout the week.

The Weather Channel's Senior Meteorologist Dick Whitaker said north-westerly winds kept temperatures mild yesterday and will continue to do so.

Outlook hot as La Nina holds sway

Wednesday, 4th January, 2012

THE HEAT IS ON: Carpenters Luke Ellis and Eddy Swan do their best to survive the heat this week at the RFDS housing construction site. THE HEAT IS ON: Carpenters Luke Ellis and Eddy Swan do their best to survive the heat this week at the RFDS housing construction site.

 By Paula Doran

 We’re in for sweet relief from the heat this week, according to weather forecasters.

With the gauge topping 40 plus in Broken Hill yesterday, the temperature is expected to be a much more courteous 35 degrees today.

Broken Hill can even expect showers and an almost chilly 27 degrees next Monday.

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