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Monsoon weather and severe storms will affect several states today as communities along the East Coast recover from a week of flooding.

A trough is generating storms, some severe, in eastern Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.

In New South Wales, there is a severe storm warning for a large part of the state and damaging winds are also expected to hit the Sydney coast, the Illawarra coast, the Batemans coast and the Eden coast.

More rain is forecast in New South Wales today after parts of the northern rivers were flooded yesterday. (Josh Dye)

The conditions occur after the lower areas of the rivers of northern NSW submerged after a deluge of more than 200mm of rain in a period of about seven hours.

The town of Lismore received 476.4mm of rain in a week, more than double the average for this time of year, while several weather stations in the remote mountainous interior of northeast New South Wales and southeast Queensland have received up to 1000 mm of rain during the same period. .

Lismore was flooded with a meter of water. The flood warning is still in effect for the Wilsons River. Roads are still closed in the CBD. (Reece D’Alessandro)

Meanwhile, an upper-end monsoon trough is causing stormy rains over the northern tropics with a severe weather warning for Arnhem and parts of the Carpentaria districts.

The system is expected to generate isolated drops of up to 150mm over the next 24 hours and wind gusts exceeding 90km / h.

Another channel is bringing storms into the outback of Western Australia.

A minimum is bringing rain to Tasmania.

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Here’s your state by state forecast for Friday, December 18, 2020:

Temperate to very warm showers subsiding in the southeast. Mostly sunny, very warm in the northeast. Late shower, hot in the northwest. Sunny, hot in the southwest.

Brisbane has a possible shower, with a minimum of 24C and a maximum of 30C.

New South Wales and the ACT

Late thunder, warm in the northeast. Cold to temperate rains in the southeast. Clear, light to warm showers in the southwest. Mostly sunny, hot in the northwest.

A severe thunderstorm warning for damaging winds has been implemented for the Midwest Foothills and Plains and portions of the Central Plateaus, Northwest Foothills and Plains, Lower West and Upper West Forecast Districts.

Locations that may be affected include Orange, Mudgee, Bathurst, Dubbo, Parkes, and Cobar.

Severe thunderstorm warning for parts of NSW. (Weather zone)

Sydney has a possible thunderstorm, with a minimum of 21C and a maximum of 33C.

Canberra has a possible shower, with a minimum of 17C and a maximum of 29C.

Mostly cloudy, cool to cold in the southwest. Cold to temperate rains in the southeast. Mostly sunny, warm in the northwest. Downpour, warm in the northeast.

Melbourne has a clear of drizzle, with a minimum of 14C and a maximum of 19C.

There is a strong wind advisory for Port Phillip, the west coast, the central coast, the central coast of Gippsland, and the east coast of Gippsland.

Cool showers in the southwest. Showers, light in the southeast. Increasing cold to temperate rains in the northwest. Showers / storms, cold in the northeast.

Hobart has rain forecasts, with a minimum of 14C and a maximum of 18C.

There is a strong wind advisory for the Northwest Coast, North Central Coast, Banks Strait and Franklin Strait, East Flinders Island, Lower East Coast, Southeast Coast, and Southwest Coast.

Mostly cloudy, cool in the southeast. Mostly sunny, cool to temperate in the center. Mostly sunny, cool to temperate in the west. Windy, moderate to warm in the north.

Adelaide has a growing sun, with a minimum of 12 ° C and a maximum of 23 ° C.

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Mostly sunny, warm to very warm in the southwest and south. Windy, hot in the northwest. Mostly sunny, very warm in the northeast.

Perth will be sunny, with a low of 15C and a high of 32C.

There is a strong wind warning for Perth Local Waters, Ningaloo Coast, Gascoyne Coast, Geraldton Coast, Lancelin Coast, Perth Coast, Bunbury Geographe Coast, and Leeuwin Coast.

Rains / storms, very hot in the north. Mostly sunny, very warm to hot in the interior and south.

Darwin has a possible thunderstorm, with a minimum of 25 ° C and a maximum of 32 ° C.

There is a severe weather warning for heavy rain, abnormally high tides, and damaging winds for Arnhem and parts of the Carpentaria districts when a monsoon depression kicks in at the upper end.

During the night of Friday and Saturday, the tropical low is expected to move through the northern Daly district and south of the Timor Sea with heavy rains spreading into the western parts of Top End, including Darwin.

Locations that may be affected include Nhulunbuy, Borroloola, Jabiru, Maningrida, Milingimbi, Alyangula, Gunbalanya, Numbulwar, and Ngukurr.

– Reported with Weatherzone


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