'Dynamic days ahead'

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    "Eventhe rain that falls, isn't actually going to fill our dams and our riversystems"

    Flannery

    Yet we get this ...
    26 July 2020



    Parts of Australia’s east coast have recorded their wettest 24 hours in over five months and thedeluge is set to continuefor at least the next couple of days.

    More than 100mm of rain has been recorded in parts of NSW including northern areas like Wooli Beach which had 123mm, and Burringbar which received 103mm heading into Sunday.

    The low pressure system forming off the NSW coast also brought a huge dumping of rain for parts of Queensland’s south including the Gold Coast which had more than 130mm in the past 24 hours.

    Rainfall in coastal areas from the Sunshine Coast, north of Brisbane, all the way down to Yamba on the NSW north coast, was the heaviest it had been in up to six months.

    Last edited by birdman29: 26/07/20
 
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