The first day of summer threw up some interesting weather patterns - with four seasons in a matter of hours experienced in some places across the city.
Temperatures reached over 40 degrees before being followed by an evening storm that produced hail, damaging winds, flash flooding and heavy rain.
SES and fire crews were called to assist residents at a number of locations before and during the storm.
Power was cut to over 200 home in villages around Dubbo, with Essential Energy crews working over night and into the morning to fix the problems caused by the storm. .
The residents in a block of units in Hunter Street were given a fright when the roofing blew off their unit block in what was described as a 'mini twister'.
Jasmin Ross said she was driving up the road when the storm hit the street.
"The wind picked up and the trees were swaying and then a single shingle from the roof of the unit block went flying across the road. The rest followed," she said.
"Cars that were parked in the street were being hit and windows smashed. A person who was getting out of their car at the time had to duck so they weren't hit.
Miss Ross said it only lasted about a minute.
"Some of the residents in the units said they heard a bang and looked outside and it looked like a twister, shingles were being thrown everywhere.
"As someone said though, just one has to lift off and they all do - it's like a domino effect.
"It was an experience, and one I hope I never have to go through again."
Three of the nine units in the block were severely affected, with roofing destroyed in the storm.
SES crews assisted with tarps and further clean up of the area while also responding to numerous calls around the town.
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