Only 300mm fell in NSW South coast in 24 hours, about 1/3 of the yearly rainfall.
This occurred because of the joint David Jones/ Tim Flannery effect.
Since these two imbeciles opened their mouths about the state of the climate, it has been cooler and record rainfalls.
Torrential rain and damaging winds hit Ulladulla
The New South Wales South Coast and Illawarra faced the brunt of the severe weather on Friday morning, while Sydney almost escaped. TheSouth Coast bore the full force of an east coast low overnight and this morning, with Ulladulla receiving 233mm by 9am and facing 95km/h wind gusts. This is the heaviest day of rainfall in 18 years of records by over 60mm. Nearby Burrill Lake gained a whopping 300mm in the same period. The early morning wind gusts above 90km/h were coastal town’s strongest for October in at least a decade, however even stronger winds were recorded only in June this year. Hail was a feature for many coastal areas in the South Coast and Illawarra on Friday morning with a few storms that mingled in with the rain. In Sydney winds were moderate through the morning with rain arriving around 8am. The rain only brought up to 10mm with no lightning or hail like further south. Winds eased just around midday before the southerly wind burst into the city, gusting up to 83km/h on the Harbour.