On the Tiwi Islands in Australia, a storm cloud called Hector appears almost every afternoon between September and March each year. Hector, also known as Convector Hector, has been cited as one of the most consistent storms. Named by a pilot during WWII, this cloud remains the center of many meteorological studies. Although many meteorologists have studied phenomena like Hector, they cannot find a valid explanation for why the storm continues to appear.

The ever-evolving cloud in Australia is Hector. Between September and March each year, a storm cloud called Hector appears almost every afternoon. Many meteorologists cannot find a valid explanation for why the storm continues to appear. It is also referred to as one of the most consistent storms.


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