Torrential rain, dangerous flash flooding and high winds are already beginning to smash millions on the east coast of Australia while across the country there is a ‘severe fire danger’ from hot, dry conditions and winds.
Heavy rainfall due to high humidity could make the next seven days the wettest week of the year so far for Australia’s east coast, the Bureau of Meteorology told Daily Mail Australia.
The New South Wales Central Coast had seen the heaviest rain by Tuesday afternoon – 142mm at Wyong since 9am, including a dramatic 35mm downpour in just 15 minutes.
Sydney weather radar shows the heavy rainfall descending on the city from lunchtime on Tuesday – and it won’t let up for a week
The Bureau of Meteorology issued urgent warnings to motorists not to attempt…
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