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Watch: Ominous shelf cloud rolls in over Sydney beach

It is both beautiful and terrifying, all at the same time.

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STUNNING, AND SOMEWHAT terrifying videos and images have been shared today of a massive shelf cloud over Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia.

As it rolled across the beach, the cloud, also referred to as a ‘tsunami cloud’ attracted the attention of crowds who gathered for a festival, BBC reports.

As well as putting on a pretty show, the cloud brought heavy rainfall, with some beaches recording 27mm of rain in three hours.

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