It does not sound much, but it separated 23 kilometers from the fortress and escaped into the savage storms of Sydney.
Wonderful neighborhoods of Sydney:
- Mosman 130mm (6:00 a.m. to 12pm)
- Rocks 111mm
- Chatswood 107mm
- North Ryde 69mm
- North Manly 64mm
Weather Forecasts (BOM) show that more than a month ago no more rain had been held in the city of Harbor City in the night.
According to figures, on the edge of the north of Sydney's northern shore, Mosman sank with a 130-millimeter rain at 6:00 p.m. and noon at rain.
Behavior Hill, close to The Rocks, recorded at least 111 million times while Chatswood was growing 107 millimeters.
The width of the Public School Sans Souci in the South of Sydney – 23 kilometers from the weather in Mosman, flying like the mouthpiece – reaches about 13 millimeters in total to one of the smallest.
Canterbury, 17km from Mosman, is 20mm.
Automatic Weather Station data was collected every three hours and 24 hours rainfall every hour.
Chatswood's "Mini Cyclone & # 39;
Except for the worst weather in the south of Sydney, with places like Box Hill (25mm), to record it among the smallest recordings.
However, these falls were more than one quarter of 83.6 mm in the Port City.
Chatswood did not have much more than a rainfall, and the winds affected the "mini-cycles".
An office building pulled out the window and left the winds 70 kilometers per hour.
A 14-year-old boy died in an attack on two cars in the north-west of Thornleigh, and the New South Wales State Emergency Service (SES) fell and died in the storm.
The SES has received more than 2,000 calls for support, and employees continue to use their current payrolls.
Ausgrid said hundreds of homes and businesses continue without power, and the two Sydney subway buses that closed yesterday were reopened.