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I posted this on reddit and someone asked for details, so I'm just copying my reply here:
I'm no expert (just curious) so please correct me if you see anything wrong.
This site does a history of radar events, and here is the one from last night:
Judging by the radar, between starting at a point and ending at the same point, I counted about 15 frames, at 6 minutes each: 90 minutes.
The size appears to be around 100km (~62mi) wide, and around twice as long, at least for the heavier storm cell I photographed. The whole system was longer, going up the coast to Newcastle.
This shows the storm's speed but not the wind speeds, 100km / 90 minutes is around 66km/h (41mph), and the doppler shows similar:
This tech reconstructs your time-lapse frames and generates a 3D world from it, so that it can make a smooth and very cool looking time-lapse, or hyperlapse.
Thanks to for reminding me to keep posting cool stuff on on G+ :)
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