The transport of Sydney plunges into chaos when a strange storm floods the train stations and the flights CANCEL

Hail, lighting and flash floods caused chaos in transport on Friday afternoon and the night after a strange storm crossed Sydney

Hail, lighting and flash floods have triggered chaos in transport through Sydney after a strange storm hit the city.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued a warning that thunder and lightning would arrive on Friday afternoon, with Gosford, Sydney, Wollongong, Orange, Katoomba and Parkes under threat.

Travelers at the Sydney airport were frustrated by the delays and cancellations after nearly 50 flights were canceled.

Hail, lighting and flash floods caused chaos in transport on Friday afternoon and the night after a strange storm crossed Sydney

Hail, lighting and flash floods caused chaos in transport on Friday afternoon and the night after a strange storm crossed Sydney

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued a warning that thunder and lightning would arrive on Friday afternoon, with Gosford, Sydney, Wollongong, Orange, Katoomba and Parkes under threat.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued a warning that thunder and lightning would arrive on Friday afternoon, with Gosford, Sydney, Wollongong, Orange, Katoomba and Parkes under threat.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) issued a warning that thunder and lightning would arrive on Friday afternoon, with Gosford, Sydney, Wollongong, Orange, Katoomba and Parkes under threat.

Flash floods occurred throughout the city. In the photo: floods near the Sydney airport

Flash floods occurred throughout the city. In the photo: floods near the Sydney airport

Flash floods occurred throughout the city. In the photo: floods near the Sydney airport

"The climate of Sydney has put the airport in such chaos that there is security at the door of the Qantas room," shared a traveler on Twitter.

"Sydney's Qantas club is full to capacity while the airport is closed for who knows how long this storm passes. #Sydneyweather," he tweeted to another.

The planes were trapped on the asphalt for a maximum of two hours amid the chaos.

& # 39; Fun Qantas flight from Adelaide to Sydney. Climb aboard the aircraft according to the schedule and sit at the door for 30 minutes before you ask us to go down. The flight takes off 75 minutes later and now got stuck in the Sydney asphalt for 40 minutes. It's amazing how Oz airports can not cope with the weather, "a steering wheel tweeted.

Sydney Airport was a disaster this afternoon! Just luck to get out! Planes on the asphalt for 2 hours due to the weather! & # 39; he shared another.

Travelers at the Sydney airport were frustrated by the delays and cancellations after nearly 50 flights were canceled.

Travelers at the Sydney airport were frustrated by the delays and cancellations after nearly 50 flights were canceled.

Travelers at the Sydney airport were frustrated by the delays and cancellations after nearly 50 flights were canceled.

Floods were captured in Mascot, near the Sydney airport (pictured)

Floods were captured in Mascot, near the Sydney airport (pictured)

Floods were captured in Mascot, near the Sydney airport (pictured)

One of the busiest stations in Sydney was flooded with water on Friday night

One of the busiest stations in Sydney was flooded with water on Friday night

One of the busiest stations in Sydney was flooded with water on Friday night

Social network users shared images of snow-like hail in their backyards (in the image: hail in Hurlstone Park)

Social network users shared images of snow-like hail in their backyards (in the image: hail in Hurlstone Park)

Social network users shared images of snow-like hail in their backyards (in the image: hail in Hurlstone Park)

"Jesus Christ, you can literally hear the hailstones crashing against the window. #SydneyWeather & # 39;

The Sydney trains also suffered due to the wild weather and the City Hall station was flooded.

The users of social networks shared images of hail like snow covering the roads and paths of the city.

"Jesus Christ, you can literally hear the hailstones crashing against the window. #SydneyWeather & # 39;

Bankstown, southwest Sydney, was the most affected by the storm.

Weather meteorologist Angus Mclean told Daily Mail Australia that Bankstown recorded 62 mm in a one-hour period between 5.30 and 6.30 p.m. M.

The suburb registered a total of 67 mm of rain, well above the monthly average of September of 44 mm.

Bankstown also recorded its rainiest day since June 2016 and its wettest day of September in twelve years.

A radius of ten kilometers from the area was also hit by 3,500 bombings throughout the night.

The users of social networks shared images of hail like snow covering the roads and trails of the city

The users of social networks shared images of hail like snow covering the roads and trails of the city

The users of social networks shared images of hail like snow covering the roads and trails of the city

Despite the chaos of Friday's storm, it brought much needed rain to the rural areas of New South Wales after a dry winter

Despite the chaos of Friday's storm, it brought much needed rain to the rural areas of New South Wales after a dry winter

Despite the chaos of Friday's storm, it brought much needed rain to the rural areas of New South Wales after a dry winter

Wild weather also affected traffic throughout the city, including Bexley North (pictured)

Wild weather also affected traffic throughout the city, including Bexley North (pictured)

Wild weather also affected traffic throughout the city, including Bexley North (pictured)

A ten-kilometer radius of Bankstown was hit by three thousand five hundred bombings during the night

A ten-kilometer radius of Bankstown was hit by three thousand five hundred bombings during the night

A ten-kilometer radius of Bankstown was hit by three thousand five hundred bombings during the night

Despite the chaos of Friday's storm, it brought much needed rain to the rural areas of New South Wales after a dry winter.

Cabramurra, Wagga Wagga and Corowa had their biggest rain in nine months, the 9th news reported.

Wagga Wagga was hit with 26 mm of rain, which is more than half of his September monthly average.

Gundagai and Cootamundra had their greatest rainfall in eight months, Bathurst in six months, Parkes in four months.

Walgett, parts of Hunter Valley and some suburbs of western Sydney had the rainiest day in two or three months.

Sydney weather will resume in the coming weeks with a sunny weather forecast.

It is anticipated that temperatures will reach 24 degrees on Wednesday.

Thunderstorms have delays at the Sydney airport on Friday night (pictured) where some passengers were forced to wait on the runway for up to two hours

Thunderstorms have delays at the Sydney airport on Friday night (pictured) where some passengers were forced to wait on the runway for up to two hours

Thunderstorms have delays at the Sydney airport on Friday night (pictured) where some passengers were forced to wait on the runway for up to two hours

Friday's storm comes after a dry winter and lack of rain through Sydney and the outer regions

Friday's storm comes after a dry winter and lack of rain through Sydney and the outer regions

Friday's storm comes after a dry winter and lack of rain through Sydney and the outer regions

The dark clouds arrived at Bondi Beach in Sydney on Friday afternoon, even though Sydney residents enjoyed a warmer climate throughout the day.

The dark clouds arrived at Bondi Beach in Sydney on Friday afternoon, even though Sydney residents enjoyed a warmer climate throughout the day.

The dark clouds arrived at Bondi Beach in Sydney on Friday afternoon, even though Sydney residents enjoyed a warmer climate throughout the day.

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