Mystery holes in Melbourne roof could be meteorites, says expert

Large holes were blown in the roofs of two Grovedale homes on Saturday afternoon, baffling emergency workers and weather experts.
One couple reported hearing a loud bang, while a neighbour also heard the crashing sound about 3.30pm.
SES and police told Sturt Court couple Tony and May Giuffre the damage was caused by an unusual weather phenomena called a microburst.
But weather expert Lindsay Smail dismissed that claim because that weather pattern was only associated with thunderstorms, and none were present on the weekend.

Full story by Kerri-Ann Hobbs on the Geelong Advertiser



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