Flood and surf warnings as wild wet weather hits Sydney, Brisbane and Perth | 9 News Australia

9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “Flood and surf warnings as wild wet weather hits Sydney, Brisbane and Perth | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.

Heavy rain is forecast for Brisbane, Sydney and Perth today, triggering flood and surf warnings across the country. The extremely wet weather is expected after the three cities were hit with rough conditions yesterday, leaving thousands of people in Western Australia without power, and causing flights to be delayed by hours in Sydney.

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