Announcing the winners of the weather photo contest

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    #WindyPOTM weather photo contest gets bigger!

    In January, we've received more than 100 amazing weather-related pictures. And you - our fans and followers on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram - decided who's the winner of this year's first round of the #WindyPOTM contest.

    Here's the top 10, see the pictures below. Congrats to the winners and thank you all for the participation.

    Enjoy the pictures!

    10. Rafał Wrzochol

    UFO cloud

    author: Rafał Wrzochol;desc: UFO Cloud;location: Oxelösund, Sweden;
    Location: Oxelösund, Sweden

    9. Juliano Bahia

    Lovely place in the world

    author: Juliano Bahia;desc: Lovely place in the world;location: Tromsø, Norway

    Location: Tromsø, Norway

    8. Bob Carter

    Pyrocumulus cloud from Timbarra bushfire

    author: Bob Carter;desc: Pyrocumulus cloud from Timbarra bushfire;location: South-east Australia;

    Location: South-east Australia

    7. Michael S.

    Photo from the air

    author: Michael S.desc: Photo from the air;location: Taiwan;

    Location: Taiwan

    5. Giuliano Merlo

    Mount Etna sunset

    author: Giuliano Merlo;desc: Mount Etna sunset;location: Sicily, Italy;
    Location: Sicily, Italy

    4. WilderGarden

    Gorgeous post-storm double rainbow

    author: WilderGarden;desct: Gorgeous post-storm double rainbow;location: Sooke Basin, British Columbia;
    Location: Sooke Basin, British Columbia

    🏅 3. Sailing Yacht Eight

    Stirred and shaken

    author: Sailing Yacht Eight;desc: Stirred and shaken;location: Club Marítim Roc de Sant Gaietà;
    Location: Club Marítim Roc de Sant Gaietà

    🏅 2. Ron Gomez Hoff

    Ron Gomez Hoff: Triple Rainbow

    author: Ron Gomez Hoff;desc: Triple Rainbow;location: San Martin Island, La Chorera, Ensenada, Mexico;
    Location: San Martin Island, La Chorera, Ensenada, Mexico

    🥇 1. The Winner: Caroline Lowe

    That is not the sun, it is in fact a fire caused by a previous lightning strike!

    author: Caroline Lowe;desc: That is not the sun, it is in fact a fire caused by a previous lightning strike!;location: Melbourne, Australia;
    Location: Melbourne, Australia

    Previous round

    Hungry for more weather photos? See who got the #WindyPOTM title in December.

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