IF you missed yesterday afternoon's hailstorm on the coastal strip, here's your chance, thanks to Macleans Ridges storm chaser Michael Bath.

Hail in varying size and strength was seen up and down the coast and Mr Bath says stones were up to 3cm in diameter. The storm caused no damage but provided a welcome fix to the region's storm chasers, who were out in force to capture it on camera.

The weather has shifted back to fine for today and the Bureau of Meteorology is is forecasting it is likely to stay that way through tomorrow, but could get rocky again on Friday afternoon when it's saying there is a chance of thunderstorms in the region's inland areas.

For Saturday, there is a chance for showers around the border, but everywhere else we should be in for a sunny day.



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