Eastern Australia to be bombarded by rain as deluge continues

Eastern Australia to be bombarded by rain as deluge continues

Flood warnings are in place up and down Australia's east coast this morning as the November deluge lingers over NSW and Queensland. Residents in parts of both states could be cut off, with more than 100 roads already swallowed by rising waters in Queensland. The town of Clermont in Central Queensland recorded 169mm since 9am yesterday. The rainy conditions, which stretch for thousands of kilometres across northern and eastern Australia, are expected to linger for about a week. Sydney was hit by another intense storm late yesterday, leading to flash flooding. The air mass will also see continued rainfall across a soaked NSW. Minor flooding is possible in the Hawkesbury Nepean region this afternoon, which was hit hard earlier this year. There are also renewed flood fears for Gunnedah and …
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