A cloud of international flights, disrupting public transport in and around the city of Sydney, and prompting a spike in emergency calls from local Sydney people all around Sydney suffering .blown in from the Australian Desert Outback clogged the skies over Australia’s largest city, Sydney on Wednesday 23rd September 2009, diverting
No one was reported hurt as a result of red Sydney Harbour because visibility was cut to dangerous levels, and police in two states warned motorists to take extra care on the roads. Even the Sydney Opera House, has been obscured by the red dust storm causing havoc to the the city of Sydney and surrounding areas.sweeping a vast swath of eastern Australia, but officials closed ferry services on
Such thick red dust is a rarity over‘s largest city, Sydney, and came along with whip lashing winds and other uncommon weather conditions across the country in recent days.
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All the Sydney webcam locations showcased on our live streaming video Sydney web cam has been affected by the dust storm that has hit the city of Sydney.