One month of rain falls in two days in Sydney, because motorists face dangerous conditions

NO MORE weeks! The rain falls in just 48 hours in Sydney, while motorists brace themselves for dangerous driving conditions

  • Parts of Sydney and Central Coast received more than a month of rain a day
  • Northern beaches stopped 84 mm, while Gosford was flooded with 110.8 mm
  • More rain for Sydney, Central Coast and the Hunter on Friday and Saturday
  • Drivers are urged to be careful in the treacherous driving conditions
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Storms can be en route to Sydney this weekend after some areas have cut down more than a month of rain within 24 hours.

There is another drenched forecast for Friday and Saturday with meteorologists warning the possibility of storm activity in the Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter regions.

Drivers were encouraged to be careful in the hazardous driving conditions.

& # 39; During the day and this morning there is a lot of rain around North Sydney, the Central Coast and Newcastle. Make sure your wet commute works today! & # 39; NSW Bureau of Meteorology tweeted Friday morning.

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Sydneysiders need their umbrellas on Friday and Saturday with more rain forecast

Sydneysiders need their umbrellas on Friday and Saturday with more rain forecast

The treacherous circumstances caused a warning from NSW SES for drivers to be careful.

& # 39; The east coast of the NSW will get more rain this weekend than in the past two months, & # 39; it reported.

& # 39; Parts of North Sydney and the Central Coast are expected to see 100-120 mm tomorrow with snow possible in Lithgow and Oberon. & # 39;

In Sydney, Forestville recorded the largest rainfall on the northern beaches with 84 mm in the last 24 hours to 8 hours Friday, followed by Mosman (74 mm).

Most rain was seen north of Sydney with Gosford flooded with 110.8 mm, followed by Blacksmith and while Terrigal Reservoir received 95 mm, well above the average rainfall in August in the 73 mm region.

& # 39; Nice day at the port! I love the rain in Sydney, the former test cretereter Damien Martyn tweeted together with this photo on Thursday
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& # 39; Nice day at the port! I love the rain in Sydney, the former test cretereter Damien Martyn tweeted together with this photo on Thursday

& # 39; Nice day at the port! I love the rain in Sydney, the former test cretereter Damien Martyn tweeted together with this photo on Thursday

The port city has soaked overnight, with some areas exceeding 80 mm

The port city has soaked overnight, with some areas exceeding 80 mm

The port city has soaked overnight, with some areas exceeding 80 mm

& # 39; A coastal trough on the Central Coast has resulted in steady rainfall & # 39 ;, Bureau of Meteorology duty predictor Jordan Nortara told Daily Mail Australia.

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& # 39; There will be consistent rainfall on Friday for the northern metropolitan areas of Sydney, the Central Coast and Hunter, before decreasing on Saturday. & # 39;

Sky News meteorologist Rob Sharpe added: & # 39; Sydney and the Hunter are where the focus is still today – especially the Central Coast where we have already seen 100 mm from the (wet weather) event. & # 39 ;

Sydney receives between 20 and 60 mm of rain on Friday and reaches a top of 16 ° C, while the Central Coast holds back at least 30 mm.

& # 39; There is a possibility that storm activity may also occur in the & # 39; s region & # 39 ;, Notora told Daily Mail Australia.

Coffs Harbor on the northwest coast of the NSW was covered with hail on Thursday night

Coffs Harbor on the northwest coast of the NSW was covered with hail on Thursday night

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Coffs Harbor on the northwest coast of the NSW was covered with hail on Thursday night

The coast of the NSW as far north as Coffs Harbor felt the brunt of the wild weather.

Coffs Fish Coop posted a video of a wild hailstorm with the ground covered with hail that looked like snow on Thursday evening.

& # 39; Only for the non-believers … this is how Coffs Harbor Marina looked around 6:00 pm & # 39 ;, posted it on Instagram.

Sydney & # 39; s Observatory Hill received 43 mm of rain in 24 hours to 8 hours on Friday to bring August rainfall to 50 mm, well below the city's 80 mm monthly average.

A wild hailstorm caused chaos in Coffs Harbor with hail that looked like snow
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A wild hailstorm caused chaos in Coffs Harbor with hail that looked like snow

A wild hailstorm caused chaos in Coffs Harbor with hail that looked like snow

Parts of Sydney's northern beaches have collected more than a month of rain within 24 hours

Parts of Sydney's northern beaches have collected more than a month of rain within 24 hours

Parts of Sydney's northern beaches have collected more than a month of rain within 24 hours

Elsewhere in Australia it rains in Brisbane, where it reaches a top of 23C on Friday.

Canberra woke up on a cool morning warming up to a high of 14C while Melbourne will reach a top of 16C.

A cold front over the southwest of the country will bring rain and possibly thunderstorms to Perth and a 19C summit.

Elsewhere, Adelaide is sunny with a top of 18C, Hobart is partly cloudy with a top of 15C, while in the Top End Darwin is expected to reach 32.

& # 39; Cheers for the crappy weather Sydney, & # 39; placed a woman on Thursday

& # 39; Cheers for the crappy weather Sydney, & # 39; placed a woman on Thursday

& # 39; Cheers for the crappy weather Sydney, & # 39; placed a woman on Thursday

The rain will continue on Friday in the & # 39; s Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter regions
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The rain will continue on Friday in the & # 39; s Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter regions

The rain will continue on Friday in the & # 39; s Sydney, Central Coast and Hunter regions

WEATHER FORECAST FOR CITY

Sydney

Friday: Min 11 Max 15

– 20 to 50 mm rain and cloudy

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Saturday: Min 11 Max 19

– Possible morning shower and light wind

Sunday: Min 9 Max 22

– Mostly sunny with light wind

Monday: Min 11 Max 22

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– Sunny with light wind

Melbourne

Friday: Min 3 Max 16

– Morning frost and sunny

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Saturday: Min 7 Max 18

– Sunny with light wind

Sunday: Min 12 Max 19

– Light showers and cloudy

Monday: Min 8 Max 19

– Light showers and windy

Perth

Friday: Min 12 Max 19

– 6 to 15 mm rain with thunderstorms

Saturday: Min 11 Max 20

– Morning showers from 6 to 8 mm

Sunday: Min 11 Max 21

– Shower or two from 10 to 15 mm rain

Monday: Min 10 Max 20

– showers from 1 to 6 mm rain

Canberra

Friday: Min -2 Max 15

– Sunny and possibly morning frost

Saturday: Min -1 Max 17

– Sunny all day

Sunday: Min 1 Max 19

– Showers later in the day

Monday: Min 1 Max 19

– Possible showers

Adelaide

Friday: Min 5 Max 18

– Sunny with wind

Saturday: Min 10 Max 20

– More and more cloudy with possible showers

Sunday: Min 11 Max 17

– Partly cloudy with light rain

Monday: Min 8 Max 21

– Partly cloudy with possible showers

Darwin

Friday: Min 17 Max 32

– Sunny with light wind

Saturday: Min 18 Max 32

– Sunny with light wind

Sunday: Min 19 Max 32

– Sunny with morning mist

Monday: Min 20 Max 32

– Sunny with light wind

Hobart

Friday: Min 3 Max 15

– Sunny with morning frost

Saturday: Min 3 Max 19

– Mostly sunny with light wind

Sunday: Min 8 Max 17

– Possible late shower

Monday: Min 7 Max 17

– Possible shower

Brisbane

Friday: Min 12 Max 23

– Shower or two 0 to 3 mm rain

Saturday: Min 11 Max 24

– Mostly sunny with light wind

Sunday: Min 12 Max 26

– Mostly sunny with light wind

Monday: Min 12 Max 28

– Sunny with light wind

Source: Australian Bureau Of Meteorology

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