Sydney just can’t seem to catch a break from the wild weather.
From drought and water restrictions to fires and intense heatwaves, and now onto to low-pressure storms and flash flooding across the city, Sydneysiders are copping it all. Even a shark at Narrabeen lagoon!
Sydney has just recorded its heaviest rainfall in up to three decades, but the deluge is not over yet as more rains are predicted to arrive by next weekend. Some areas received rainfall of up to 700mm since Wednesday. Robertson, in the southern Highlands, saw 500mm on the weekend alone, according to SBS news.