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Sydney was hit by heavy rain, washed out roads, homes were cut off

Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     28 Jul 2020
As of tuesday morning, parts of the new state had more than 300 milliliters of rainfall, and bad weather had caused thousands of homes to be cut off and flooding had put roads at risk. The weather bureau earlier issued destructive wind and wave forecasts for most of the new state's coastal areas. It continued to issue severe weather warnings on the southern coast (South Coast), Irawara (Illawarr...
Sydney was hit by heavy rain, washed out roads, homes were cut off

A truck fell into the road in the double bay. (Photo of Sydney Morning Herald)

As of tuesday morning, parts of the new state had more than 300 milliliters of rainfall, and bad weather had caused thousands of homes to be cut off and flooding had put roads at risk.

The weather bureau earlier issued destructive wind and wave forecasts for most of the new state's coastal areas. It continued to issue severe weather warnings on the southern coast (South Coast), Irawara (Illawarra) and snowy mountain areas (Snowy Mountains) on Tuesday. Severe weather is expected to weather will Tuesday afternoon.

East Sydney's Shuangwan (Double Bay) collapsed Tuesday morning after a water pipe burst, causing a truck to fall partially into the road, and the road in the area was once closed.

The parliament speaker of the city of Houla (Woollahra) said that no one had been injured in the incident and that the Sydney Water Company (Sydney Water) would carry out emergency repairs to the burst pipe and remove the truck, but believed that the road would be repaired "for some time ".

This morning, on the Wakehurst Parkway (Wakehurst Parkway) section of Oxford Falls Road (Oxford Falls Road), two-way lanes were closed because of flooding.

On the south coast of the new state, residents of sutherin wright (Sussex Inlet) were evacuated monday night as authorities warned of mild flooding in the st george basin. Moreover, authorities issued minor flood warnings to the Dean River (Deua River) of the Bega River (Bega River) and the Ouhamban River (Wamban), respectively.

The section between Prince's Highway (Princes Highway) and Taylor Road (Taylor Road) at Abion Park (Albion Park) was closed Tuesday morning due to flooding.

A truck was rescued last night near Helshawen (Shaolhaven) after partial flooding. A new state emergency service (SES) once again reminded people not to walk or truck through flood areas.

SES sent out 242 rescue last night, mainly in the South China Sea area.

SES speaker Weber (David Webber) said that in areas where forest fires occurred last summer, residents need to pay more attention after floods because "when trees are affected by forest fires, they become more unstable, so people should be careful. "

The authorities also issued a mild flood warning to the Belubra River (Belubula River) area in the central and western part of the new state.

Sydney was hit by heavy rain, washed out roads, homes were cut off

There was erosion on the beach in Narabe. (Photo of Sydney Morning Herald)

On Tuesday morning, the power company began repairing work to restore power to 6000 residents as soon as possible in the Shore Haven area, where heavy winds and rain caused the collapse of utility poles.

In the areas of Irawara and West Sydney ,8500 households were cut off late Monday and power companies were working on them.

Observation points such as Nova (Nowra) and Jeves Bay (Jervis Bay) have recorded more than 300 mm of rainfall since last Saturday 9.

From 9 a.m. on Monday to 7 a.m. on Tuesday alone, more than 182 millimetres of rain were recorded on the island's headland road (Island Point Road) in St. George's locality, south of Nova.

As of monday, water demand at the voronola reservoir (Woronora Dam) in south sydney increased by 4.2 per cent.

Sydney's highest weekly rainfall is the Eastern District, Lit Bay (Little Bay) rainfall of 48 mm, Rose Bay (Rose Bay) rainfall of 45 mm.

At Varugunga (Wahroonga) on the upper and north shore of Sydney, rainfall has exceeded 142 mm since Saturday. There was heavy rain in Sydney on Sunday and Monday night.

There was also destructive wave weather along the coast of the new state on Monday, with erosion on the northern beach of Narabe (Narrabeen), which recorded waves 10 meters high in Batesman Bay (Batesman Bay.

Dangerous wave warning.

Forecaster Notara (Jordan Notara) said the weather in Sydney and southern Xinzhou will moderate on Tuesday afternoon after heavy rainfall, but there may be sporadic showers.

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