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Sydney Melbourne Brisbane weather: When mega rain band will strike


Virtually all of Australia will be lashed with relentless rain this week as the east coast braces for dangerous storms and record-breaking falls.

Sydney is expected to receive up to 100mm of rain over the coming days as forecasters warn the deluge will trigger even more flooding across the state.

Most of New South Wales, southern Queensland and northern parts of Victoria are expected to cop the brunt of the ‘doubly whammy’ weather events.

The east coast will receive its first battering on Wednesday, with the wet weather to persist well into the weekend following the arrival of several cold fronts.

Virtually all of Australia is forecast to be hammered with relentless rain this week as the east coast braces for dangerous storms and record-breaking falls

Virtually all of Australia is forecast to be hammered with relentless rain this week as the east coast braces for dangerous storms and record-breaking falls 

Most of New South Wales, southern Queensland and northern parts of Victoria are expected to cop the brunt of the 'doubly whammy' weather events (pictured, wet weather in Sydney)

 Most of New South Wales, southern Queensland and northern parts of Victoria are expected to cop the brunt of the ‘doubly whammy’ weather events (pictured, wet weather in Sydney)

Forecasters say a ‘significant’ rain…



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