Sunday, December 5, 2021

More rain expected in east Australia, after wet weekend in the west

Much of Australia’s east is in for a wet and cold week of weather after a weekend deluge also hit parts of Western Australia.
Parts of WA recorded the wettest June day on record.
More rain is expected in both Sydney and Perth on Monday, with showers continuing tomorrow in both cities, before clearing up on Wednesday.
Sydney has had over 9mm of rain in the past 24 hours, with 37mm falling in Perth over the weekend.
A total of 61mm fell on Rottnest Island – the wettest June day on record.
The WA capital will only reach a cool 14C today with showers and even the chance of hail.
After Victoria was hit by wild storms last week, it will be mostly dry over the next few days, with showers returning on Wednesday and Thursday,
Melbourne will see a chilly low of 4C overnight.
Meanwhile, Brisbane will be a mostly sunny 23C, Adelaide can also expect sun before showers tomorrow, and Hobart will reach a sunny 13C and remain dry until Thursday.

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