Two extra-tropical cyclones recently dropped very heavy rain over New Zealand. Tropical cyclone Debbie dumped extreme amounts of rain over the northeastern coast of Australia when it hit the Queensland coast on March 28, 2017. After drenching northeastern Australia Extra-tropical Cyclone Debbie transported a river of water over New Zealand last week. Debbie's remnants dropped heavy rainfall that caused widespread flooding near the Bay of Plenty on New Zealand's northeastern coast. Thousands of residents needed to be evacuated with extra-tropical cyclone Debbie. This week extra-tropical cyclone
Date and Location:
September 25th, 2010
Mount Roy, in Wanaka, New Zealand - looking towards Mount Aspiring.
How this Photo Was Taken:
"(not exactly a cool story but) - Hiking a few kilometers through the snow, was worth it for this view."
About Photographer Steven Sandner: