AustraliaWeatherWorld 72-year record-breaking Rain in Sydney – News Line by News Line October 6, 2022 written by News Line October 6, 2022 16 views 16 72-year record-breaking Rain in Sydney – News Line According to foreign media reports, the 72-year-old record of annual rainfall in Sydney was broken after Thursday’s rain in Australia’s largest city. According to reports, the city of Sydney has so far received 2213 mm (87 inches) of rain over 86 days this year, the heaviest since 2194 mm in 1950. According to foreign media, 58 mm of rain was recorded in Sydney for 5 hours on Thursday, after which the authorities have expressed fear of flooding in the northern regions of Australia during the next three days. Hurricane Ian hits US state of Florida According to the Department of Meteorology, Australia’s eastern coastline has been under a rain system for the past three years, with more rain expected by the end of this year. State Emergency Services Minister said in a statement that we know that our dams and rivers are completely full, so even less rain now can cause a flood situation, in any case, additional rain will cause a severe flood situation. So far this year, 20 people have died in Australia due to severe weather conditions. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post Honda announces launch of new electric motorcycle next post More than 30 killed in child daycare center shooting in Thailand Related Posts A coal mine fire in southern China’s Guizhou province kills... September 25, 2023 Another Sikh leader of the Khalistan Movement killed in Canada September 21, 2023 Putin to meet Chinese president next month, report September 20, 2023 Bitter meeting of the Canadian High Commissioner in the Indian... September 19, 2023 India could be behind killing of Canadian Sikh Leader: Trudeau September 19, 2023 9 Juvenile Inmates Escape from Pennsylvania’s Abraxas Academy September 18, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.