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    Sydney sees red (and a little orange, yellow and brown)

    BBC World showed us clips of this strange happening in Sydney. Really weird, and a little scary, from what we saw on television. I'd like to hear more, especially from those who live in Sydney or have noticed this.

    Coverage in Daily Telegraph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjun View Post
    BBC World showed us clips of this strange happening in Sydney. Really weird, and a little scary, from what we saw on television. I'd like to hear more, especially from those who live in Sydney or have noticed this.

    Coverage in Daily Telegraph.
    See the what's the weather like thread.
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