in

Australia weather: Rain bomb to wreak havoc on east coast with flood


Australia’s east coast will be hit with a huge wet weather system that could linger for more than a week. 

Heavy rain, hailstones, thunderstorms and flooding are forecast for large swathes of the east coast, in particular southern New South Wales and Victoria, beginning Tuesday. 

The miserable, on-and-off weather could last for up to 10 days.

Weatherzone meteorologist Joel Pippard told Daily Mail Australia the downpour will intensify this week with Sydney, Brisbane and potentially Canberra to be drenched with showers and a possible storm next Monday. 

He said ‘every river west of the Great Dividing Range’ would be affected by some kind of flooding as a low pressure system travels from Alice Springs. 

Australians across the country have been told to brace for a soaking this week as forecasters warn wet and wild weather will last for over a week (pictured, pedestrians in Brisbane)

Australians across the country have been told to brace for a soaking this week as forecasters warn wet and wild weather will last for over a week (pictured, pedestrians in Brisbane)

This weather map shows the month-to-date rainfall percentages, with blue shading representing areas that have seen more than 200 percent of their average rainfall this month

This weather map shows the month-to-date rainfall percentages, with blue shading…



Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Cricket legends blow up over plan erect statues WACA Dennis Lillee Zoe Goss Mike Veletta Graeme Wood

Harry Kane reveals Harry Maguire ‘played on one leg’ in England vs Germany