Australia's southeast is in for a bout of wild weather, with severe storms, rain and icy temperatures descending on a number of states.
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NSW is bracing for more days of extraordinary weather, and the Bureau of Meteorology warns of three major areas expected to be in the most danger.
Communities on the NSW Mid North Coast have become isolated and a train has derailed after an enormous amount of rain fell just north of Coffs Harbour.
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The surprise tornado formed quickly late at night and tore through the neighbourhood like a 'runaway train'.
Power failures continued to plague millions of homes following a historic winter storm that has killed 21 people so far across four states.
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The is major warnings about flash flooding in parts of NSW and Queensland as more rainfall and strong winds continue into the weekend.
Just when it appeared the wild weather was over NSW is set for another wet weekend with thunderstorms and hail forecast.
Southeast Queensland was hit with a month's rain in the space of one hour, causing flash flooding and major traffic delays.
Thunderstorms will continue to thrash Australia’s east coast this week, bringing 'giant hail and flash flooding'.
Heavy rain and storms will continue to lash Australia’s east coast this week as severe weather sets in ahead of summer.