Looks like summer is well and truly over, with Sydney and parts of New South Wales lashed with wild storms over night.
Sydneysiders have also been told to expect more wild weather today, with thunderstorms expected to move through the city this afternoon.
Storms brought with them around 30mm of rain to Sydney, leading to the Bureau of Meteorology issuing flood warnings for parts of the state.
#NSWweather: Showers and slow-moving thunderstorms across eastern NSW are reflected in the 24 hour rainfall totals to 9 am. The highest was at Bellingen with 88 mm. More expected today along the coast and adjacent ranges north from about the Illawarra. https://t.co/KJPlstPeCu pic.twitter.com/IB1NFAHTLj
— Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales (@BOM_NSW) April 8, 2021
Around the state, flood warnings have been issued for Richmond River and the Wilsons River, with locals being warned of major flooding in some parts.
Meanwhile, the cold fronts sweeping across the southern parts of the country are expected to bring with them some of the first snowfalls for Australia’s ski resorts.
You can check the Bureau of Meteorology’s website for the most up-to-date weather warnings.