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GAVS WEATHER: MORE FLOODING RAIN TO COME FOR HUNTER AND MNC

The system slamming the Hunter and Mid North Coast doesn’t look impressive on the satellite but is delivering a a powerful punch to the region.

The coastal rain event is now is full swing and will deliver more heavy rain to the coast and adjacent mountains.

The areas under fire will remain from the Central Coast to the Coffs Coast. The trough will remain stalled.

Heavy flooding rain will continue from Newcastle to Port Macquarie with the Manning also under major threat.

The heavy down pours will continue for the Hunter region and Mid North Coast tonight.

Showers will extend north to south east Queensland. Very little rain will make it over the ranges.

We have had 250mm pour down on the Upper Chichester so far, over 100mm across some Newcastle suburbs with 50mm recorded in one hour at Macquarie College.

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About Georgia Maher

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After studying a BA in Communication and Journalism at UTS, Georgia moved into health and aged care reporting for three years. She also studied broadcast journalism at California State University, Sacramento and The Australian, Film, Television and Radio School in Sydney. An interest in social business took her to India to direct a series of micro documentaries.

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  1. avatar
    John & Pam Farragher

    We have cattle & horse farms at Seaham & have been suffering serious drought over last 9 months , this afternoon we had to stop unloading a b double full of drought hay from
    Victoria due to the torrential rain , will complete unloading tomorrow , the irony of this was not lost on all of us
    Rgds