Hundreds of storm clean-up efforts are underway across Australia’s east coast after two days of torrential rain – but there’s another week of downpours still on the way.
A startling map shows a huge rain bomb will dump up to 300mm of rain over parts of NSW and Queensland over the next seven days.
The accumulated rainfall model updated on Wednesday night shows an increase in expected total amounts of rain – with the entire east coast forecast to get at least 100mm.
There will also be widespread areas that will see 150mm to 200mm and ‘some pockets’ that will get in excess of 300mm with a flood warning in place for seven rivers.
An updated accumulated rainfall model released on Wednesday night shows some areas will receive 300mm (pictured)
Seven major rivers in…
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