Storms stormed the East Coast of New South Wales a second time in the week, leaving homeless as hundreds of households.
Lightning sparked the skies for Sydney and Hunter Valley, and dramatic storm storms also brought storms.
Meanwhile, Rouse Hill woke up in northwestern Sydney, and in the western suburbs Richmond made a 15-minute storm in 15 minutes.
7,000 lightning strikes were also reported in an area of Richmond within one hour.
At the Sydney airport, seven flights were canceled.
More than 1000 households lost power over Hornsby north of Sydney and even more than 500 Dural homes.
Ausgrid said the crew were working to restore power.
SES has been called 190 jobs.
The 61-year-old woman and the two boys had to save the car they were trying to cross through Schofields bridges.
A total of 35 mm, recorded in Clarence in a minute at the Blue Mountains.
In Scone, in the Upper Hunter region, the 36 mm umbilicus were also half an hour.
Meanwhile, 114km / h windfalls were recorded yesterday in Merriwa, NSW yesterday
Weatherzone meteorologists have said that a low-pressure system is intended to overwhelm severe storms in the current state of affairs, including wild weather predicted in Sydney's areas.
In the meantime, earlier in the afternoon, the storms that caused a large part of the city of Dubbo were seen causing large dust clouds.
Storms have been reported today by the CSIRO (Writing) and Meteorology Office, as a result of climate change due to climate change, many Australian storm waves and extreme storm events.
The worrying outlook is reflected in the fifth Annual Report of the Climate Report, which Australia is covering more than 1C. Since the beginning of 1910, since the records began in 1910, atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to rise.
Scientists announce a very hot ground on the coast of Australia that will reach the coast outside the offshore coastline, as well as the coral bleaching observatories due to hot weather conditions in 2016 and 2017.
But Australian heavy storms are also expected, especially short-term storms that can damage floods.
"As it happens in warm weather, the heavy storm will become more rapid, based on the physical bonding between temperature and temperature."
"In heavy rainfall, the total precipitation is expected to increase by seven percent of each level of warming.
"Short-term, hourly and extreme events, Australian observations are larger than seven percent higher."
Scientists behind the report have also said that while the evidence goes down, storms increase, and in May and July, in southwestern Australia, the general rainfall decreased by 20% since 1970.
From the south, rainfall fell by 11% between April and October.
"Drying in the last decades of southern Australia is a lack of major droughts since the national registers started in 1900," said the report.
Dryers would bring more conditions if we add more drought and high-risk days, as well as southern and eastern southeastern countries.
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